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  • A Trip To Melbourne & More

    This is probably one of my biggest posts in quite some time. I’ve got a bit behind in my editing but I guess it’s more content for you. I’m finally back to shooting a lot, partially thanks to a new camera. As I mentioned in my last post, I said goodbye to the Canon EOS M50 Mark II and hello to the Fujifilm X-S10. First topic to cover though is…

  • 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…

  • She Said Yes!

    I currently have a post in the works with a bunch of photos from my last outing but I thought I’d quickly release this one first. After nearly 11 years I am finally engaged to my now fiancé! It was an easy yes since we already have our wedding booked but still exciting nevertheless. This shot was taking with my R6 and RF 35mm f/1.8 IS and I’m going 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…

  • A Review, a Revisit and a Cafe

    We are almost halfway through April and I’ve barely been shooting this year so far but I’m trying to change that. I have now released my Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 STM IS review over at The Photography Enthusiast which the featured image at the top of the page is for. Aside from that I’ve had 2 photo outings of sorts. The first one was me just simply going to QVB…

  • The Family Grows Then Shrinks

    Despite making it my goal to control my G.A.S this year, my lens family got a tiny bit bigger last week. In 2020 I travelled within the state using just the M5 and was pleasantly surprised with how well it performed and didn’t feel limiting. Like most people, if travelling with family photography isn’t my sole focus so I don’t usually have the same dedication to photos as I have…

  • Celebrations, A Review and More!

    So it’s been a while since my last post and although I haven’t updated this blog, I’ve still been shooting. I haven’t been able to keep up with the Macro Monday challenges and stuff like that but I have shot from time to time when visiting a few places and out for meals. Here are the images from the past month or so. Chinese New Year It was nearly a…

  • The Tree Is Up

    We’ve finally put our tree up last week so I think it’s mandatory to take some photos of the decorations. Considering we use the same decorations each year there’s only so much you can change to make them look unique but I thought I’d give it a try anyway. The below images were taken with my Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 STM lens. Our tree isn’t very pretty since it’s almost…

  • Bottle for Macro Monday’s

    For this weeks Macro Monday’s challenge the theme is a bottle which couldn’t have anything inside it and had to focus on the object itself. I wasn’t too sure what I could do to make a bottle by itself more interesting and I ended up with the image you see above. I decided to focus on the opening of the bottle and the textures around it. The lights from my…

  • Treasured

    This weeks theme for Macro Monday’s on Flickr is Treasured so here is my image. With the theme, you need to capture something that is treasured to you. I don’t have many very small items that would be good for macro shots aside from this ring which I’ve had for well over 10 years so I guess this fits the topic well. I shot this image using the Canon EOS…