A Day At The River With A Vintage Lens

Ah, The Quays in Neath Port Talbot is a lovely place to visit. A circular route along the River Neath, and around near the power station back onto yourself. A diverse landscape of water, mountains, beaches and forests, with various wildlife and life on the water. It’s somewhere I’ve been many times, so for theContinue reading “A Day At The River With A Vintage Lens”

Stunning Tenby And Area (Filmed In New MGA Classic Pro)

I was lucky enough to have a visit to Tenby in West Wales recently, and decided to take the opportunity to take photos of the area and try out a new Fujifilm film simulation recipe I designed. The idea of these “recipes” is to get the image to a point, in camera, where little toContinue reading “Stunning Tenby And Area (Filmed In New MGA Classic Pro)”

Aberthaw, a place of three very different areas (in NEW Vintage Summer Chrome recipe)

It’s always great going to new areas, and even more so when the weather is wonderful, you’re with people you like and the place throws up surprises you just were not expecting. Aberthaw is known for its power station, and is just outside Barry, near Cardiff. But we were surprised when we discovered, not onlyContinue reading “Aberthaw, a place of three very different areas (in NEW Vintage Summer Chrome recipe)”

Swansea Marina Night Time Photography

A new year and new challenges, as we tackle night time photography in Swansea Marina, South Wales. Swansea Marina is a beautiful area on the coast of this iconic city. The challenges were greater than ever though, as it was pitch black and I had my camera, tripod and was also video blogging the event.Continue reading “Swansea Marina Night Time Photography”

Sunset With Handheld Long Exposures!

Both the sunset and the high tide coincided, and so it was a perfect opportunity to get out with the camera and take some images of them both! I headed out with my son, met a friend, and we took a few images! I think you’ll enjoy these… All images taken on the Fujifilm X-T3Continue reading “Sunset With Handheld Long Exposures!”