Eighteen Months With Fujifilm – Reflecting On The Move

It was a little over 18 months ago that my decade with Nikon came to an end. I remember struggling to decide what to do. My heart had been set on upgrading to a Nikon D500, but then at the Camera Show 2019 in Birmingham I played with numerous cameras and really disliked how theContinue reading “Eighteen Months With Fujifilm – Reflecting On The Move”

Lockdown Photography Is Tough

Recently in Wales we had what they called a “Firebreak” lockdown where there were restrictions on where we could go, what shops were open and what places we could visit. I took advantage of this to try and be creative with some photography, so my goal was to take a photo a day. I managedContinue reading “Lockdown Photography Is Tough”

Autumnal Shoot In Margam Park (Kodachrome Slide)

Today was the first day we were able to get out with Great Photography Walks South Wales since Wales came out of lockdown yesterday. We prayed for good weather as it has been very wet lately, and we were lucky enough to have a few fine hours to get some amazing shots of Margam atContinue reading “Autumnal Shoot In Margam Park (Kodachrome Slide)”

Photographers Spotlight Series: Marc Roovers

Welcome to One Camera One Len’s Photographers Spotlight Series, where we discover other photographers who you may find extremely interesting. They share their love for photography, their stories and a selection of their images. This is a regular feature, see the end of the article for details. Hello, My name is Marc Roovers, the youngestContinue reading “Photographers Spotlight Series: Marc Roovers”

Lockdown Street Photography: Port Talbot with Fred Herzog Kodachrome

Today was the first chance that I had to really go out and test my new Fujifilm X-T3 and my new film recipe I’ve been working on based on Fred Herzog’s Kodachrome images. I’ve really liked the look of his work, and although it was Kodachrome slide film that he used, he had a certainContinue reading “Lockdown Street Photography: Port Talbot with Fred Herzog Kodachrome”