Travels With My Leica M10-R
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
1y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Landscape photography workshops on the Isle of Harris and the Isle of Lewis With Steve Walton My First Digital Leica Fifteen months ago I finally succumbed to to the allure of a digital Leica M.  As a long-term Leica film MP and iiif and, more latterly, an ‘O’ Serie Oskar Barnack replica  photographer I’m no stranger to Leica cameras but Leica’s digital M’s have held little appeal to me until they released the M10. With it’s design similarities to my film MP, the M10 was a welcome step back to the traditional shape and size of Leica ..read more
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Ondu Rise 4×5 Pinhole Camera
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
1y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton 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 ‘look’ that can only be achieved by using a pinhole camera. If you’re interested in pinhole photography I’ve posted ..read more
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Fuji GW690iii Review
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
1y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton 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 point and you have the chance of obtaining one of these amazingly simple cameras with high quality lenses that ..read more
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Leica M10-R Black Paint
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
1y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton 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 MP film camera user for the past 16 years at the time of writing this and there always seemed to be something not quite the same with Leica M digital came ..read more
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Squarespace website
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
2y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton 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 number of reasons why I decided to leave WordPress in favour of a Squarespace website.  The main reasons are to with wi ..read more
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Scalpay
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
3y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton Scalpay After months of wanting and hoping to move to 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 that The Western Isles offer is now on our doorstep, each day we wake up to the most sublime views of amazing coastline, small islands and ..read more
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River Severn
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
3y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton River Severn at low tide Mindfulness Within Photography Covid 19 has had a terrible impact on all our lives and our mental wellbeing during the past year but one positive aspect for me is that I have had more opportunity to indulge in personal work without the need to sell anything.    I firmly believe that mindfulness within photography is a key skill.  The ability to clear your mind and concentrate totally on the scene or subje ..read more
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Magpie Mine, Peak District
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
4y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton Exploring Magpie Mine Magpie Mine in the Peak District is a disused lead mine, one of five on the site which is enclosed by a stone wall. The other four shafts are known as Great Red Soil, Horsesteps, Maypit and Dirty Red Soil. Magpie Mine was opened in 1740 and closed in 1958. It was the last working lead mine in Derbyshire, an industry in the area that dates back to Roman times. I’ve visited the site numerous times over the years, it’s an inter ..read more
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Magpie Mine, Peak District
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
4y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton Exploring Magpie Mine Magpie Mine in the Peak District is a disused lead mine, one of five on the site which is enclosed by a stone wall. The other four shafts are known as Great Red Soil, Horsesteps, Maypit and Dirty Red Soil. Magpie Mine was opened in 1740 and closed in 1958. It was the last working lead mine in Derbyshire, an industry in the area that dates back to Roman times. I’ve visited the site numerous times over the years, it’s an inter ..read more
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Orkney Islands Photography Workshops
Steve Walton | UK Landscape and Travel Photographer
by Steve Walton
4y ago
Steve Walton UK Landscape and Travel Photographer - Wild Light Photography Holiday Tours Landscape and Travel Photography Workshops With Steve Walton Orkney Islands landscape & seascape photography workshop with Steve Walton FMPA FBIPP 16th-18th November 2021 I am delighted to offer our Orkney Islands photography workshops on 16th, 17th & 18th November 2021 .  Workshop itinerary Our Orkney Islands photography workshop is limited to six attendees.  We have a very comfortable minibus for transporting you to itinerary locations for the duration of the workshop. Our local guide a ..read more
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