I love visiting nature reserves, but Parc Slip is a place I simply don’t like for taking photographs. Don’t get me wrong, I love the place for walking and talking and admiring the scenery, but for images… It just doesn’t do anything for me. So what better opportunity to try out one of my newContinue reading “A Visit To A Parc Slip Nature Reserve With A Diffuser Filter And The 23mm Prime Lens”
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Penllergaer Valley Woods with the 56mm at F1.2!
I had the opportunity to try out and review the Fujifilm XF56mm F/1.2 lens while visiting Penllergaer Valley Woods. It was a lovely spring day and a perfect opportunity to make the most of using this fantastic lens. Of course, I took many images as well as video, and you can see everything here! IContinue reading “Penllergaer Valley Woods with the 56mm at F1.2!”
10 Reasons you buy a Fujifilm camera
Being a Fujifilm photographer is wonderful, but their cameras usually draw a certain kind of photographer, one who has wishes and needs that differ from your usual photography needs. Over the years there have been many reasons noted to as why you would consider going to Fujifilm. Here is a list of the top tenContinue reading “10 Reasons you buy a Fujifilm camera”
The advantages (and disadvantages) of using prime lenses.
I’ve talked about prime lenses a lot in this blog, from the idea that people think you miss shots with a prime lens, how to improve your photography with a prime lens and how 35mm is the perfect length prime if it’s the only other lens you own, plus I’ve mentioned them a lot more.Continue reading “The advantages (and disadvantages) of using prime lenses.”
Do you really miss shots with a prime lens?
Those who know me, know that the majority of the time I will go out with just the one camera and the one lens. A lot of the time, that one lens is the Viltrox 23mm F/1.4, although I have also just been out with the TTArtisan 40mm F/2.8 macro and used it as aContinue reading “Do you really miss shots with a prime lens?”