Tag: billingham

A New Bag – Lowepro m-Trekker BP 150 Camera Backpack Review

I’ve said this before and will no doubt say it again, for a photographer, finding the right camera bag that caters for as many variations of the equipment you own as well as the sort of assignments you take, is a long and sub-optimal process which often ends in disappointment,

Billingham Hadley Small Pro Review – The Ideal ‘Street’ Bag

As I’ve said before, more than once, I’m a big fan of the wonderful camera bags made by M. Billingham & Co here in the West Midlands not far from where I live.  Their bags are not only good looking and stylish they are incredibly durable and long lasting.  My

Billingham Hadley Large – The Ultimate Day Bag

People who follow my blog will know I’m a big fan of the M. Billingham & Co. bag company based in Cradley Heath in the West Midlands, UK. I own both a Hadley Pro as well as a Hadley Digital which have served me well, in the case of the former bag,

Friday Foto – 17 II 17

Pretty simple this week. What’s in my (Billingham) bag that I use for my portrait photography. Basically: Billingham Hadley Pro (best camera bag ever in my humble opinion). Olympus OM-D E-M1 (Mk I) (no longer available but still a great camera which I have no plans to upgrade) Olympus M.ZUIKO

In Praise of the Baby Billingham

With all the recent announcements of the shiny new things coming out of Photokina this year I feel it’s time for an ‘in praise of…’ post on a product I own that is not new (or particularly shiny) and has seen a bit of a revival in usage since I purchased a

What Makes a Good Photography Blog?

I’ve been pondering this question over the last month or so as I’ve tried to gain more readers to this blog. Over this period I have: Moved both my website and blog to a single platform, this one, on WordPress.com. Published regularly at the same time every week. Tried to

Shooting Runway Fashion

I recently had the pleasure of being the photographer at the second Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase UK (ZFSUK) event at the mac arts centre in Birmingham. You can view a few of the 1500 odd images I took at the show here. This was quite a learning experience for me so I thought it would

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