A photographers most useful editing tool

I’ve taken tens of thousands of images over the years, but switching to digital unleashed an editing tool that really transformed the way that I looked at photography and composed my images. It’s a tool that’s so simple, yet so powerful. A tool that some are afraid to use, and some have welcomed with openContinue reading “A photographers most useful editing tool”

People At Sunset

This week I take a different look at the local beach, by highlighting the people at the beach during sunset. A collection of images in the final thirty minutes of the sun going down. All images were captured with the Fujifilm X-T3 and the XC50-230mm lens. All EXIF data is in the images. All imagesContinue reading “People At Sunset”

Spectacular Aberavon Sunset in wide angle

I can never get enough of a great sunset at Aberavon, and tonight it was spectacular! It was a perfect opportunity to use my TTArtisan 7.5mm lens and my trusty 15-45mm lens, and I really enjoyed capturing natures beauty! Images taken on the Fujifilm X-T3 and with the mentioned lenses. All EXIF is in theContinue reading “Spectacular Aberavon Sunset in wide angle”

Why use fisheye lenses?

Fisheye lenses are the one lens that can really divide opinion more than any other. It’s truly a love or hate relationship, but are they really misunderstood? We look at circular and rectilinear fisheye lenses so that you can get a very understanding of life with a fisheye lens. First things first, as mentioned above,Continue reading “Why use fisheye lenses?”

A Photography Shoot In Margam With The 23mm

We visited Margam Lake followed by Margam Park and walked around looking for things to photograph, but most importantly just enjoyed the day. I took a detour up the mountain, and seen some lovely scenery. Sometimes you visit a place that you’ve visited so many times before, you find it hard to photograph, and todayContinue reading “A Photography Shoot In Margam With The 23mm”