Olympus have long been known as producers of sturdy cameras, that is cameras that can take a bit of a beating and won’t break a sweat in the process. That has certainly been my experience with the flagship Olympus E-M1 over the past few months. Previously I had shot with Canon cameras but having grown … More The Olympus E-M1 as an adventure camera
On Wednesday evening I had the immense pleasure of seeing my first instance of the Aurora Australis. Ironically I missed the main activity as I was attending a free lecture in the University of Tasmania on…..the Aurora. What are the chances? 🙂 The lecture was really interesting and had the added bonus of Loic Le … More My first Aurora!
Regular readers of this blog and followers of my Instagram account will know that I’ve been bitten hard by the street photography bug in recent weeks. When I first bought my Fujifilm X30, it was just to replace by previous X10 which suffered an unfortunate crushing incident. I primarily used the X10 as a travel … More Melbourne streets with the Fujifilm X30
I was really excited to get to Sydney a couple of weeks ago for two reasons. One….it’s Sydney! Two….Street Photography! Hobart is a lovely little city but I was hoping for something bigger, a place you could get truly lost in and be presented with a myriad of street photography opportunities and a city as … More Sydney Street Photography
I know it’s fairly likely to be replaced by an X40 soon but still wanted to write a review for anyone considering this little gem. I had an X10 for two years before it met a sad end and so upgrading to the X30 came sooner than expected. I’ve had it since January 2014 so … More Fujifilm X30 Review
Street photography is fun, a LOT of fun. I’ve always enjoyed looking at street photography whether it’s from the old masters who invented the genre or the many many photographers out there today taking great street photos. Only recently however did I get fully bitten by it. I’ve taken a few images here and there … More Street Photography with the Fujifilm X30