Posts Tagged M6TTL

Crossing a Personal Void through ignoring ‘Mind The Gap’

Do you have a photograph that becomes a defining moment on a personal level? One that epitomises the breaking of your own rules; forcing you step out of your own shadow? Personally, I have always relished challenges that were technical as opposed to what might be termed creative. Why? I cannot say for certain, it’s probably […]

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Red Light Allure

Digital photography has been mainstream, affordable to the masses for just over a decade and in that time billions of images have been captured, but how many have been printed? Why spend all that money on a digital camera and never print the files? Prints will give files life; an appreciation of tonal range, contrast, […]

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Searching For Soul

At the beginning of February 2011 I made a difficult photographic decision and finally sold my last Nikon film camera (an FM3A) and made a commitment to the Leica M system for 35mm photography. Why did I leave a film camera system originating from 1959 for one started in 1954? The Nikon FM3A has a […]

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