A Trip Around Neath Fair Market Stalls

Like clockwork, the fair arrives at Neath town centre every September on the second Tuesday of the month. It has been a spectacle since its first introduction in 1280 and lasts until the Saturday, giving us five days of market stalls and fairground rides. The sites, the smell and the people make this a specialContinue reading “A Trip Around Neath Fair Market Stalls”

An day of ICM at the beach.

I have already experimented with ICM (intentional camera movement) as can be seen in this post from a few weeks ago. Today I decided to spend the day shooting every single shot this way! I didn’t mind having them look like this, as its a familiar spot to me that I visit almost daily, soContinue reading “An day of ICM at the beach.”

Photography At Brecon (The People, The Cathedral And More)

Brecon, in the middle of the Brecon Beacons in South Wales is a historical garrison town. Home to the infamous South Wales Borderers, 24th Foot Regiment that took part at Rorkes Drift in 1879 (which was made famous by the film “Zulu”). It’s a beautiful town, with a cathedral, canal, ancient and modern buildings andContinue reading “Photography At Brecon (The People, The Cathedral And More)”

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)”

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?”