Tag: x100f

The Knife Angel in Birmingham

Today (Monday 17th June 2019) we wake up to the news that there have been four more stabbings in London and that in Liverpool teenagers as young as 13 are paid money to stab other youths. Meanwhile, as Brexit rumbles on, our Conservative politicians immerse themselves in campaigns, that are

Why My Olympus Camera Upgrade Is, Er, a Fujifilm

I started this blog six years ago today with a post about my new love  affair with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 camera. I had seen the camera at Focus on Imaging (now renamed The Photography Show) whose 2019 incarnation was a couple of weeks ago. For me the Olympus range of OM-D cameras

One Tree, Four Seasons

This tree is close to where I walk every time I stay in Devon.  It has an enviable view over the Dart estuary and in the summer offers shade to the cows and sheep that are often to be found in its field.  I find I am drawn to making

Wednesday 10th October 2018

One week ago today, Wednesday 10th October 2018 was, as the forecasters say, “unseasonably warm” here in the UK.  October is typically a fairly cool time with the autumn season usually being well underway. During this month, the average temperature is 12°C – that’s 4°C cooler than in September and

Fujifilm X100F 12 Month Review

It’s just over 12 months now since I upgraded from the Fujifilm X100T to the X100F so I thought it was time to post a quick update on my experiences of shooting with this camera over the last year, as well as show some recent images taken with it. Like most

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

Street Photography in London’s Chinatown

I am finding myself more and more drawn to street photography.  Although I have expressed misgivings of this type of photography in the past I think I am finally starting to “get it”.  I don’t claim to have any great skill in this area of photography but I am finding

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