Tag: fujinon xf18mm

Images to be Grateful For

Following on from my previous post extolling the virtues of ordinary photographs here are a few recent images from some ramblings near where I sometimes reside in Devon, England. Myself and my wife frequently take long walks along parts of the beautiful South Devon Coastal Footpath with its small, inaccessible

Street Photography 101: Dealing with the one that got away

Street photography is often a game of waiting. You find somewhere or something that looks promising but instinctively know it is missing some element. Maybe a person or a vehicle needs to enter the frame or maybe it’s the light that is not quite right. Whichever it is you know

Made for the Streets: Billingham Hadley Small Pro + Fujifilm X-Pro3

I have been a long time user of Billingham bags and have written a number of posts reviewing those that I have owned over the years (Billingham Hadley Pro, Billingham Hadley Digital, Billingham Hadley Large, Billingham Hadley Small, Billingham Airline Stowaway, and AVEA 5 End Pocket). These bags have all

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