Woodland Photowalk Sheffield Park East Sussex The best locations will always be those which offer variety and stimulation. Woods are no different, but it does depend on the time of year and how well that particular woodland is managed. Here in southern England we have a profusion of bluebells at the moment together with some […]

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Birling Gap Seven Sisters Photography Yesterday saw the opportunity to visit one of the most dramatic parts of my local coastline – I haven’t been for a few years and it was interesting to see how the cliffs have changed. Since these cliffs are made of chalk, they’re receding by around 40 cm a year. […]

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Southsea Photo Walk Portsmouth Seafront Yesterday saw our second photo walk of the season and what a fabulous day we had for it. I’ve long been a fan of the South Coast, and Southsea offers something a little different to my usual haunts. Southsea has the usual bright and gaudy attractions so characteristic of English […]

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Fuji X20 XTrans Worm Artefacts That’s a horrible title for a blog post, but some of you will know what I’m going to be talking about. In my last post, I showed some 100% crops of high ISO images, taken from RAW files. Specifically, I was comparing the new Fuji XT20 with a couple of […]

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Fuji XT20 JPEG Image Quality and Resolution In yesterday’s bulletin I did a quick high ISO JPEG comparison between the XT20 and the GX8. Today I’m taking a look at the low ISO JPEG output from Fuji’s XT20. Currently there is no RAW support within Adobe Lightroom, when there is I’ll take a look at […]

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