Ondu Rise 4×5 Pinhole Camera

Ondu Rise 4×5 pinhole camera I’ve been enjoying using an Ondu Rise 4×5″ pinhole camera for a few months.  Ondu pinhole cameras are available in a number of film format options and are beautifully crafted from wood.  Photography in such a simple form is liberating and the resulting images have a unique antiquated and dreamy…

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Fuji GW690iii Review

Fuji GW690iii I was fortunate to be offered a new old stock Fuji GW690iii medium format rangefinder camera recently.  If you’re interested in these basic but durable and reliable cameras, please see my reviews of the Fuji GW690iii and the earlier review of the wide angle  Fuji GSW690iii  If you’d rather get straight to the…

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Leica M10-R Black Paint

Leica M10-R Black Paint A year ago I bought my first digital Leica M camera, a Leica M10-R Black Paint version and I’ve used it just about every day in the time I’ve had it so far.  I’d held off from buying any digital Leica M for a couple of reasons,  I’ve been a committed Leica…

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Squarespace website

A New Squarespace website for Hebridean Photography Following our move to The Western Isles in 2021 I’ve been working on a new Squarespace website. The new website is specifically intended as a showcase for my Hebridean photography and details of my workshops here on the Islands. Although it was a hard decision, there are a…

Scalpay

Scalpay After months of wanting and hoping to move to Scalpay in The Western Isles Nelly & I finally made our permanent escape between lockdowns from Gloucestershire to the tiny Hebridean Island of Scalpay.  We moved into our gu brath dhachaig on June 2nd 2021, our dream has been realised at last! The very best…