Archive for the ‘Thoughts and waffles’ Category

Following on from my last post about the hype that surrounded the Nikon Z system, Canon & Fujifilm have in the last few days released new models as well. Canon have released their EOS R Mirrorless system, R for Revolution apparently, and on first glance at the specs it seemed ok… 30 Megapixel Full Frame […]


We see in Photography a massive amount of hype surround product releases The next amazing lens,  out of this world body,  must have system,  the web is abundant with web pages dedicated to rumors and innuendo about upcoming cameras, lenses, accessories and the next big thing in the imaging world.  Many times sitting here reading […]


What happens when a company forgets about its legacy and what helped build it up. It happens quite a lot really, most people unless they are users/followers of the companies products or services are not aware of things. Most photographers have an awareness of photography’s well know brands, but mention to photographers legacy brands such […]


To the R&D teams at Sigma, Tamron, Tokina and other Lens manufacturers. I am writing with a request/plea that i am sure many others have made in the past when it comes to lenses for users of MILC systems like Micro 4/3, Sony E/FE & Fuji X systems.    WE NEED MORE ZOOM TYPE LENSES […]


Ok,  you have purchased a camera, some film and you have shot a few rolls of film through the camera what next? What do i do with these films now? First step is to get the film processed. If the film is a Color Negative or Black & White Negative film, this is still pretty […]


INTRO Ok, so you have made the decision to get on to the Analogue photography train, either for the first time or you are getting back on to it after spending time in the digital world, and after much thought and research, a camera has been purchased, lenses (if you have gone SLR or Rangefinder […]


  Intro: Ok, you have made the decision to go and shoot film, now the question is what camera do i want to use??  This makes decisions rather tough, as there are so many different cameras out there that do so many things and so many legendary cameras.  Rephrase the question & it will help […]