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29 Oct

On a journey with the Fuji X100F mirrorless camera

james_t / Black & White Photography, Colour Photography / / 1 Comment

I want to do just a blog to kind of talk about what I’ve been shooting and what I’ve been shooting with so what I have been shooting with primarily is the Fuji X100f it’s a new mirrorless camera from Fuji it’s the newer version of the x100t for the tech stuff I shall provide a link.

I really only want to talk about the sort of the shooting experience and how I’ve just felt with this camera so I’ll start off by saying that I have felt very very rusty, laboured in my landscape work, in fact with most of my photography. Delving into it I suppose the creative juice has waned and I haven’t really felt like I found my groove with photography for probably a few years.

I have shifted somewhat between styles/genres and never and still not really found complete enjoyment or a style/quality of work that I could be really happy with. Yes there are a few photographs I feel proud of but not what I call a developing body of work, a sense of direction. Do not get me wrong the excitement of capturing a ferocious wave
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02 Apr

Spur of the moment drive up to the Yorkshire dales

james_t / Black & White Photography, Landscapes / / 2 Comments

The weather forecast for my local area and the Yorkshire Dales were beginning to turn and I knew that I had only a short window of opportunity to drive up into the south west of the Dales and spend what I had hoped would be a at least most of the day exploring the area around Ingleborough . Ingleborough at 723 m or 2,372 ft is the second highest mountain in the Yorkshire Dales. It is one of the Three Yorkshire Peaks, the other two being Whernside (736 m, 2,415 ft) and Pen-y-ghent (694 m, 2,277 ft). The drive up was just under a couple of hours but on arriving,
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17 Feb

It has been a while

james_t / Colour Photography, Landscapes, Nature, Yorkshire / / 12 Comments

It has been a while since I last blogged and I apologise for the delay in getting back in touch with everyone but life has got in the way of keeping in touch with people via social media but it has not meant that I have not been looking at posts on WordPress, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

The website has had a complete overhaul and I am still enjoying my photography, but like all of us there have been times where I have had moments of  “creative block”, and I know that forcing something is not going to create anything that I can be happy with.
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