The Jupiter-8 f2 50mm is a Soviet copy of the Carl Zeiss Sonnar f2 50mm lens. Produced between the early 1950s and 1970s there are many different versions out there but how did a lens that is at least 40 years old far work alongside the Fujifilm xt2? These sample photos show it holds up pretty well.Read More
I tried out the Soligor 135mm 3.5 over a couple of days in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Want to know if I was able to use this lens in the urban seting? Sample photos inside…Read More
I took the Industar 50mm 2 f3.5 out for a quick spin down by the River Clyde to put this little Russian lens through its paces, is it worth investing in?Read More
Glasgow in Bits is an on-going project where I document the often neglected aspects of architecture in and around Glasgow. Derelict buildings, small architectural details, textures, shapes, graffiti and Glasgow’s unloved back streets will all be included. The photographs will be varied in style and scope but will highlight the little details scattered around the city the come together to create the city as a whole.
Took another wee amble down by the Clyde today. I have been meaning to photograph these flats for a long time but for some reason I had never got round to it. So I suppose it is typical that the day I actually get round to photographing these buildings was a day of just awful weather; bitterly cold, snow, and icy winds aplenty.Read More
I have been spending a lot of time down by the Clyde recently generally looking for architecture style shots but the sheer number of bridges which span the Clyde offer interesting photography opportunities.Read More