Cure Your GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome)

GAS is a horrible thing. “Gear Acquisition Syndrome” is when you feel the urge to constantly buy cameras, lenses or other photography equipment. There’s no stopping you, it’s like a crazy drug taking over your body. With this article, we’ll look at curing this awful disease. I’ve had GAS really bad. During my Nikon days,Continue reading “Cure Your GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome)”

Daytime Beach, River And Industrial Walk

I’m not going to lie to you all, it’s been a hard few months not going anywhere and not seeing anyone because of the local lockdowns we’ve been having, and I have just not had the energy to get out and about with the camera as much as I should have. However, today that wentContinue reading “Daytime Beach, River And Industrial Walk”

100th Blogpost Special!

When I started One Camera One Lens back in July 2020, I had a vision. I wanted my personal website to also be a place of knowledge and learning, and a place where others could share their own writing and photography in a way that was both educational and interesting. Hopefully I’ve gone some wayContinue reading “100th Blogpost Special!”

Sunset Surfers

A night of surfers at Aberavon Beach in Port Talbot during sunset. Something a bit different to my usual photography and taken in quite challenging conditions with the X-T3 and 50-230mm lens. All images are the straight from camera jpeg image, edited in Photoscape X Pro where I just altered exposure where needed, along withContinue reading “Sunset Surfers”

Breaking Trails with Matt Johnson (#2)

One Camera One Lens has partnered with Matt Johnson to bring you his Breaking Trails videos. A series of wonderful blogs that explore the region of South Wales. About the author/vlogger: A quick description of myself… My name is Matt. I’m 35 and suffer from depression, personality disorder and a few other mental health issues.Continue reading “Breaking Trails with Matt Johnson (#2)”