Lens whacking (aka free lensing) is a video technique where an old manual focus lens is used in front of a digital camera body, but not attached. The idea is that you can move the focus and let in light leaks. The beauty of this technique is that you get a really nice old fashioned […]Read More Lens Whacked
Moving from Nikon to Canon has had one benefit. It meant I could get an old EOS film body and get a couple of cheap lenses that I could use with my digital body and not have to run yet another system. That old film body was the 50E. The 50E is one of my […]Read More Welcoming Back an Old Friend
More from the Yorkshire Birds of Prey centre. Golden Eagle (I believe). Grey Eagle Buzzard.Read More Majestic
From the Yorkshire Birds of Prey centre. Of all the owls out there, the Barn owl is my favourite. It looks far more elegant than the others.Read More Barn Owl.
Another trip to the Yorkshire Birds of Prey Centre in May, but before the birds, this just happened to be parked next to us. What’s a photographer to do?Read More Ferarri
Time flies. Can’t believe it has been a few months since I last posted. To say I’ve been busy is an understatement, but, the first year of university is almost over and there’s plenty of news to come. Of all the excuses for not posting, not having any camera gear has been a pretty good […]Read More All Change.