January saw the first of the popular Film Parties being organised on Twitter, kicking off with Ilford FP4+. Its an ISO125 film, which is has a reputation for great tones and sharpness. I've not shot it often, so it was a good opportunity to buy some film and get out shooting.
The Leica Q is a compact, full frame, fixed lens digital camera which came out in 2015. It comes equipped with a Summilux 28mm 1.7 lens and unlike the digital M cameras, it has autofocus. The full spec and details are easily found across the web, but I wanted to share my experience of using one for the last 3 months. If you’ve been thinking about a Leica Q, hopefully you will find this real world usage review useful.
I hadn't intended to do a review of the year this time round, but I needed to have an article to kick off my new blog, so it seemed like a good place to start.
In a break from tradition, I skipped the walk in the woods and headed to the Bedford Embankment instead
Bolehill Quarry is somewhere I’ve wanted to visit for a while, so when the opportunity arose for morning in the Peak District, it was top of the list of places to go.