A sunny afternoon in Greenwich

This isn’t the only post I’ll ever write on this topic, in particular I reserve the right to post many more pictures of the beautiful sights of Greenwich ;-) , but in the meantime I wanted to record a visit last weekend which had just perfect weather. Unfortunately it felt like the rest of the …

A walk in the sun with the M240

I decided, since I was toying with the idea of selling my M240, to take it to London on a day with sun, to see what I had been missing. As it happens, I had been missing a lot. The M system is simply unparalleled in terms of optical performance. The A7r with 55mm mounted …

Ever have one of those days…

On the weekend I took my son to the local transport museum, which is open the last Sunday of every month. The museum (Whitewebbs Museum of Transport) is well supported by volunteers and is also behind the well known Enfield Pageant of Motoring. It sounds a wee bit crackpot, but the displays are actually very …

X

Admittedly, most cameras seem to have an X in their name these days ;-) . I further admit that I can’t see the point in owning multiple Fuji X cameras. I can see myself wanting two FF cameras to shoot events, but otherwise I’m glad I sold my X-Pro1. Cameras like that ought to be …

Indecision/Decision

It’s one of those times again when I’m in a bit of a quandary regarding an aspect of my photography kit. In particular, it’s my Fujis. First of all, let me point out that they are smashing aps-c cameras. Nothing wrong with that! However, all too often I’m using them at times of day I …

The Heritage Coast

This is actually a bit of a fraud, since I didn’t really visit the whole of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, rather just the beaches at Southerndown and Ogmore when visiting around Christmas time. It’s a stunning location, which I know well from growing up nearby, but also from last years Christmas visit with my GH3. …

The best of 2013

I’m lazy, or busy, depending on how you might look at it! I still have a bunch of posts to write on (amongst others) Nikon AIS lenses, the Fujifilm X-E2 and the (surprisingly great) Samyang 8mm for Fuji X and 14mm for Nikon F mount. But those are for another time! As a goodbye to …

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