Trekking in the cold first light of day, deep in the valley’s shadow before the sun has chance to rise above the ring of mountain peaks. Thirty minutes later it makes its entrance! Shooting & Processing Notes Shot using a Sigma DP3 Merrill, handheld @ ISO100, f13, 1/320 second. Post processing Lightroom and Analog Efex Pro.
Some Lofoten classics from Moskenesøy island. You could point your camera in every direction, and there’s busloads of photographers who are, and so it’s now time to get off the beaten track … Shooting Notes Shots taken with a variety of Sigma cameras, some on a tripod, some not, all ISO100, all post processed in … More The Classics – Lofoten Post 7
Inspired by finding the 2011 shot of Spurn Point (the subject of the last post), and realising it had been nearly five (eventful) years since I last visited, on Sunday I plugged the Point’s co-ordinates into the Sat Nav, turned on the engine, and headed due East. Two hours in, and five minutes before it was deemed too dangerous … More Spurn Point 2015
When I see Emley Moor Mast, I know I’m nearly home. At 330 metres tall it’s taller than London’s Shard; sitting on top of the Moor it’s even higher. On a night like to tonight, much more spectacular. http://www.richardjwalls.com
Temple Newsam House in evening May sunshine. http://www.richardjwalls.com
A few days ago I snapped away at the owl using the Sony RX1 and the Sigma DP3. The result, for me, is a great example of the strengths of both cameras. Having to get up close with the RX1 combined with f2.0 equals really shallow DoF, and I love the the creamy background. The Sigma on the other hand, taken … More Beautiful Bokeh, Super Sharp – Sony RX1 & Sigma DP3 Merrill
A couple of weeks ago I bought a drone – the latest big thing – at the camera show in Birmingham. A two hour flight and one hour drive to Bohinj, in Slovenia, later I securely attached the Sigma DP3 Merrill to the drone ship, powered her up, and set her off in the general direction … More Birdseye View of Bohinj with the Sigma DP3 Merrill