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  • Exploring New Lands

    No matter how long you live somewhere there’s always those local spots that everyone seems to visit except you. Since getting so much gear that I really enjoy using I’ve been looking for every chance I can get to go out and shoot. Every weekend I tend to stay around the city and rarely go to the suburbs but there’s something about the coast area that I really enjoy so…

  • The Wide Angle Dilemma

    This past weekend I was lucky enough to have a 4 days off thanks to the bank holiday. The weather was clear and I couldn’t resist going out to shoot so I headed to Circular Quay. I decided I was going to use the RF 16mm f/2.8 since it’s one of my least used lenses and deserves some attention. Before this lens was announced/released it was always a dream focal…

  • Hi Fuji

    In the never ending saga of my G.A.S, I am saying goodbye to the M50 Mark II and I am excited to say I’ve now got myself a Fuji X-S10 and XF 23mm f/1.4 LM WR! We had a lot of rain here in Sydney so I’ve only been able to take the two images you see below. So far I’m liking the body but I haven’t been able to…

  • How My Cityscapes Have Changed

    Last weekend I went out to shoot Cityscapes for the first time since daylight savings ended. I decided to use the Canon RF 16mm f/2.8 for the image above and I realized something interesting, I actually prefer telephotos for Cityscapes now. Just to see if this was true I thought I’d also go out with the Canon RF 100-400mm F5.6-8 IS USM which is another lens I own but haven’t…

  • My Top 5 Images of 2021

    This year was a bit up and down for my photography due to lockdowns stopping me from shooting as much as I usually do during the colder months. Regardless I took some images this year that I’m really proud of and picking these wasn’t an easy task. The choice had to be made though and here are my top 5 images in no particular order. The Island View Pano Gear…

  • Back to Business

    So I’m trying something a bit different and will be trying to do a photo a week, sort of like my 52 week project. My main reasoning for this is to get me shooting again and being a bit more creative. My goal/aim with each image is to have an actual story behind it and not just a photo that looks nice. For this image, it’s a bit late for…

  • Keeping It Short and Sweet

    Welcome to my first and only post for the month of June 2021! It’s been a very busy month hence why I didn’t release at my regular schedule. You’ll notice right away that this post is quite short and that’s due to the fact I’ve barely touched my camera. My interests and focus have been elsewhere but I’m slowly trying to get back into things. As the title suggests, this…

  • Seeing the World at 50mm

    Welcome to my second post for the month of May. It’s been a busy few weeks and I’ve got quite a few more images to share. I’ve been trying to focus on using particular gear so I can write more reviews so I’m sad to say some lenses aren’t getting as much attention as they should. Growing on Me Like many when I first started photography my first lens was…

  • Too Much To Handle?

    Wow it’s been a busy and productive few weeks. Not only did I manage to finally finish my Canon EOS R6 Reivew which you can hear the audio version below. . I’ve also been busy trying to use the Canon M50 Mark II as much as I can so that I have plenty of images for that review too. In fact the image you see at the top of the…

  • Like Learning from Scratch

    Greetings and salutations! As always I’m here to present my images from the past few weeks. I’ve been using the R6 a lot, I’ve found myself shooting everything I can around the house just like when I first started photography which is a great feeling to have. Out and About The R6 has been coming out with me more again when I go on my daily activities. For these images,…