Category Archives: Film
Take a look at the three images in the composite above. Same picture; three different treatments, each separated by about a year. The photograph dates from my first visit to the French Jura in February 2008 and my first attempt … Continue reading
What lens for landscape photography?
A question I often see asked in web-forums is ‘what lens do I need for landscape photography?’ and the advice that is usually offered is to use the widest lens you can so that you can ‘get it all in’. … Continue reading
Just when you think you know a place…
…sometimes you realise you’ve been missing the best part all along. That happened to me on my recent trip to the Jura mountains. It was a three-centre break, two nights each in Champagnole, Lons-le-Saunier and the Swiss town of La … Continue reading
Large Format photography and film choice
As a mainly large-format photographer, I thought I’d kick-off my new web journal not by wittering on about the well-worn advantages of view cameras (which can mostly be duplicated by modern DSLR’s anyway, with a little care and forethought) but … Continue reading