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?”

Art among the decay. The hidden beauty of Port Talbot.

I took the opportunity for our group meet in Port Talbot to document the art and decay of our deprived town. We’re living in a town where the council doesn’t care about investment into the town centre, doesn’t care about is residents and are famously known as the council who stole Christmas (they won’t contributeContinue reading “Art among the decay. The hidden beauty of Port Talbot.”

Street Photography In Porthcawl

Street photography is something myself and others really want to experiment with a lot more than we do. It’s a fascinating form of photography, capturing everyday people doing everyday things and trying to make it interesting. It’s something I’ve done a few times over the years, but today was exceptional fun as the weather wasContinue reading “Street Photography In Porthcawl”

Porthcawl Street Photography Meet

It was a Tuesday, so this meant is was a Great Photography Walks South Wales photography meet. Probably one of our last ones of this year as Christmas gets closer, and the likelihood of another lockdown looms ever closer. We headed over to Porthcawl, which is on the coast in Bridgend, South Wales, and weContinue reading “Porthcawl Street Photography Meet”

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”