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)”

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)”

A visit to Pontsticill. Reservoir, trains and nature

The last time I visited Pontsticill, near Merthyr in South Wales, it was winter. There was snow on the mountains and the reservoir was full to capacity. Today couldn’t have been any more different, as there was none of that. However, it allowed for some great, and dramatic images. I have decided to do somethingContinue reading “A visit to Pontsticill. Reservoir, trains and nature”

Wildlife Down The Docks (And the power of pre-shot on the Fuji)

Went for a quick stroll down the docks, a few hundred yards from my house and decided to shoot some wildlife with the Fujifilm X-T3 and 50-230mm lens using Fujifilm’s “pre-shot” mode. Basically, it takes images while the shutter release is pressed, and then takes more when you press the shutter, so you never missContinue reading “Wildlife Down The Docks (And the power of pre-shot on the Fuji)”