Blog Category: Landscape Photography

The Leica M6 – A Reflection

The Leica M6 – A Reflection
The Leica M6 – A reflection   This isn’t a review of the Leica M6 as there are much more in depth reviews out there already by much better writers.  This is a personal reflection on choosing to buy and use a Leica and how it’s changed my perception on both the brand of Leica and the way I seem to..

The revisit

The revisit
Looking back As I keep shooting more and more images it’s quite easy to disregard plenty of photos that simply didn’t take your fancy at the time.  However, I have started to look back through my various hard drives and catalogues to find images I may have grown to like over time.  I thought I’d..

Pause before editing – a film perspective

A film based approach When it comes to editing I fall into two camps – I either edit the moment I arrive back home or I wait weeks before even looking at the images.  As has been suggested several times by many photographers you should always wait before you begin editing your images.  Whilst..

To prime or not to prime

To prime or not to prime
Prime or Zoom For a long time I have had the same lens I’ve used for landscapes on my digital camera with no issue.  I used the Canon 17-40mm L lens and it did all the wide angle shots I wanted with no real issues.  It was light, accepted filters and again it was light! So why now have I chosen..