The Panasonic LX100 and the Case of the Horrible Noise Reduction

I’ve had the Panasonic LX100 for almost a year. It replaced a Fujifilm X10 which I loved very much, but the physical manual controls and the micro four thirds sensor (along with a smashing ¬£200 cashback offer and unbelievably competitive¬†price from Cameraworld) compelled me to upgrade to the LX100. Unfortunately I’ve never particularly taken to […]

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“The Blue Lamp” Then & Now Part 2

In Part 1¬†I made some “Then and Now” comparison photos for¬†the filming locations in¬†Ealing Films’s¬†The Blue Lamp, mainly on Harrow Road and the Grand Union Canal. In this second instalment, I’ve journeyed further west to North Kensington and areas nearby which were mainly used in the car chase towards the end of the film. This […]

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Millennium Weymouth

Turn of the century Weymouth seemed an exciting place. Investment was flowing in, the town centre was expanding, and it’d just got it’s first KFC and Whetherspoons – the wonder! I took my trusty old Zenit around town¬†in the summer of 2000 to get a snapshot of Weymouth at the beginning of a new millennium. […]

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All My Film Cameras

It was my birthday yesterday and I thought I’d do a bit of a photo audit of all my analogue cameras, as my collection seems to have been quietly growing out of control over the last few years… So, no less than FOUR Zenits now, although I only use the one I was originally given, […]

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