Category: Fujifilm


Shooting Abstract Images.

The Low Winter Sun at this time of year allows some beautiful low relief shots. I decided to shoot and grade these in colour, not something I do often but the saturation seemed to call for that. I’ve cropped to a 16:9 aspect ratio to give them a cinematic feel


Capturing A Face in the Crowd

One of my ongoing portfolio projects is People . I spend a lot of time at home due to health issues and when I get out of the house I like to meet and interact with people. I always carry a camera with me, and have made some of my best


Journal (Feb 2018 II)

Second Journal post for February, Comments and questions welcome.


Portfolio: People

How many images have you made of yourself? If you want to make pictures of people in the studio, on the street candid or staged then a good place to start is with yourself. Strangely if you spend some time doing this you’ll find that you are more at ease


Journal (Feb 2018)

First Journal post for February, Comments and questions welcome.

Aberdeen: The Granite City

There are many Aberdeens around the world but there is only one Granite City. This tough rock was formed by the cooling of Magma 400 million years ago. There are number of monuments and stone circles in Aberdeenshire dating from prehistory. But it was in the 18th Century that this


Fujifilm Prime Lens Trio (Update)

Last Year I wrote a post about the Prime lens trios offered by Fujifilm and the alternatives that I use. Since then I have changed my trio slightly (well 2/3s of it). First of all here’s the original table I used. Small Fast My Trio 23mm F2 WR (35mm) 23mm

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