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Fuji X100T meets Portland Bill

December 06, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
My last blog was about my new found love - my Fuji X100T. I also wrote about my project "Back to the Sea" where I turn my back on the sea and shoot inland. Well I set out to continue this project at Portland Bill this weekend but it was certainly different from similar shoots for the same project. I arrived at 7:20 in the Portland Bill car park an...
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Fuji X100T Project - Back to the Sea

November 22, 2015  •  3 Comments
Back in March 2015 I went to the Photography Show with the intention of picking up a deal on a Fuji X100T. I've always been a Canon user but there's always been something enticing about the Fuji X100 and after trying out an X100s for a couple of months, that was it.... my mind was made up. I wanted..... no.... I needed the the X100T! The intention...
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Tethering - Aperture vs Lightroom [Aperture 1 Lightroom 0]

June 11, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I've recently decided to bite he bullet and give Lightroom a proper try. I've been using Apple's Aperture for about 7 years since Aperture 2 but the lack of investment Apple have put into the product has left many Aperture users frustrated, myself included. I've initially looked into it for my Landscape photos, especially for lens corrections again...
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Vicky & Vince Wedding

September 07, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
I had the pleasure of being able to shoot a wedding last weekend. They were married at Durlston Castle near Swanage, which is a lovely setting on the coast with fantastic views and the castle was stunning having recently been renovated. I work with Vince in my day job and have known him for about 15 years. So it was especially nice to be shooting...
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Studio Project - Nearly there! Just the finishing touches now.

August 27, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
So my previous blog on studio progress was quite a while ago. Since then I've actually done quite a bit on the studio. I'm really pleased with the floor although it has been the most expensive part of the whole job. I needed to add 6mm plywood over the OSB board to firm up the joins but the surface was just perfect for the non-slip (linoleum type)...
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