In today's photography world, we rarely use the optical/electronic viewfinder on our cameras. Most people are content composing with the lcd monitor on the back of the camera, in a similar way to how we captures images with our mobile phones.In fact I have always struggled to take decent photos on my phone, I just don't find it very engaging and intuitive, but I guess thats just me...
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I first picked up the Ricoh GR camera in 2010, having read many articles of what this gem of a tiny camera was capable of doing, so I snapped one up for a mere £125.
Coming from a graphic design background, I have always considered composition to be a very important factor in my photography.
Prior to digital photography I nurtured my love for photography using 35mm film.
Ok its nothing to do with dealing with a mid-life crisis, I haven’t gone out and bought a motorbike to try relive my youth…
I can comfortably say that the Fujifilm X Pro2 is the camera that has really pushed my vision and creativity over the past few years. We spent a little time apart but now in 2020 we have rekindled our love.
Unless you’ve been living underground for that past 3 months and haven’t seen the light of day, the outbreak of the corona virus has changed the world in an unimaginable way.
I have to admit I haven't travelled as much as I would like to. Its always been down to timing and I guess some drive too.
I’ve been taking photographs for… well a very long time.
Sorry its got nothing to do with that burger joint... I'm talking shooting manually, something I seem to be doing more often.
As you may be well aware I'm a look through the viewfinder kind of guy. It is part of my photography philosophy. Well until recently...
The Fujifilm X100 was first introduced in 2010.
So in the good ole days I would shoot film and then develop the film, contact sheet and then finally a print would emerge from the chemical waters of discovery...