You don’t always need a big DSLR or mirrorless system with a gazillion lenses to get a few decent pictures. In fact sometimes photography is easier without the distractions of gear. Being able to hold a tiny camera in one hand removes worries of gear. At least for me.
I happened to be driving past the parking spot at the base of Pilsdon Pen this morning. And while I didn’t have time – nor the right footwear to tackle the mud – to climb Dorset’s second highest hill, I did have time to take a few snapshots. I like this shot though I’m partly […]
Today I visited the Fleet Air Arm Museum at RNAS Yeovilton in Somerset. I’ve actually been there before when our children were younger – and was somewhat rushed through my impatient toddlers. But I got to take my time today and had a good look at some of the fantastic historic airframes on show.
Two weeks ago I sold my Sony NEX-6 and various lenses and purchased a Fujifilm X-E2. I won’t go over the reasons why again as you can read them in this post. The camera came with the 18-55mm f2.8-4 zoom lens. I also picked up the 35mm f1.4 and 27mm f2.8 thanks to Fujifilm’s current […]
Today is the first day of a new week. Our youngest is back at school following his bout of chicken pox. And that meant I could finally get on with some work. I had a lot to think about for a new project I’ve volunteered to complete so I decided to go for a walk […]
Next week Sony will announced its successor to the NEX-6 camera. I’ve owned an NEX-6 since the camera was launched in the UK and it’s been a mixed relationship. As many have discovered with Sony in the realm of console hardware the company is excellent at physical devices, but terrible at firmware. There are so […]