I originally started my about page with…
What does someone write in their ‘About’ section? Should it be interesting, funny, factual, short? Maybe all four? Perhaps just honest would be a good starting point?
Then I waffled a bit about me & I don’t think it was very interesting so I’ve edited it again!
Since starting my journey into the world of photography I have found it frustrating, amusing & challenging but highly rewarding. I get a lot from photography and am never without a camera, whether that be my phone, a compact camera or a DSLR. My current cameras are Canon S100, Canon G5X and Canon 6D.
This blog really started life as a personal learning record for my photography & continues to be a diary for me but I hope you might find something interesting.
If you see something you like then click like. If you have an opinion, let me know.
Comments and constructive critique are welcome.
Jim Jimmy James
[ www.jimjimmyjamesphotography.com ]
I just realised I hadn’t been to this page, so thought I would discuss something here.
I have had problems with my SLR this week. (It is a Fuji S5 pro, like a Nikon D200). The shutter seems to be cutting off the side of the image, but only in portrait hold. It is a strange glitch, but hardly worth the expense of getting it fixed, as the body is probably only worth about £100, and the Nikon kit lens (28-80) is as cheap as chips. I am thinking of getting a high-end compact next year. I can’t afford the best ones, (X100s etc) so I have been investigating the Fuji X30 (or cheaper X20). It occurred to me that this camera might be the solution to your street photography question, at a reasonable price. Have a look at it.
It has a proper viewfinder as well as the rear screen, and seems to be well-built too. Just a thought.
Have a great Christmas mate, and all the best for 2015. Pete.
Cheers Pete, I will have a quick look now. Sounds like you are going to be busy with visitors.
Have a good christmas and new year.
Thanks for following my blog. I love visiting London whenever i return to England. So much to see and do there. 🙂 Sylvia
I’m looking forward to reading through your posts and will have a look at the ‘WPC’.
There should be a new challenge tomorrow.