Ok, I know I said a few posts back “no camera reviews” , however - a few thoughts…. At the time of writing (a week or so ago), I had completed 4 “proper” jobs with the new flagship camera. Below are some images and thoughts from 3 of these jobs: Kermode 3D at the BFI … Continue reading X-H2s – 4 jobs in
Glastonbury and iPad Workflow (pt1)
I’m sitting here writing this the Thursday after Glastonbury and (just about) starting to get over COVID (It hit me hard on the Tuesday evening after testing negative on the Monday, I tested positive on the Wednesday morning). We had arrived at Glastonbury a week ago to this wonderful (not) notice. Closed pits for all … Continue reading Glastonbury and iPad Workflow (pt1)
Lens in the Bag
One of the most annoying questions I see (almost every day) posted in Facebook groups and the like are “what lens should I buy next”, often with very little explanation. (I am willing to accept that this is my issue and lack of tolerance). With this question in mind, this post is a run-through of … Continue reading Lens in the Bag
Playing the long game..
With a week to go before the celebrations of HM The Queen's birthday, (which means the group family shot on the balcony of Buckingham Palace), I thought that since it has been a while since I have used the Fuji 100-400 lens with it's dedicated teleconverter, that I would head down to the beach on this hazy morning for a quick practice.
A weekend at the BAFTAs
If you go back on my timeline you will no doubt find other posts from February's past about the BAFTAs. It's an event I have been covering for quite a few years now and this year took a similar flow to years gone by; travel up on the Saturday, check into the hotel, cover the … Continue reading A weekend at the BAFTAs