Hi everyone,

Firstly, two of my most recent shots both taken in Bognor Regis.

“Five birds on the beach”


“End to End”


Now for a fun shot that I did recreating an Olympus magazine advert from the 70’s originally featuring Peter Sellers with an OM-1 camera which, incidentally, was my first 35mm film SLR. For this I mounted my Lumix 35-100mm to my PEN-F with a pistol grip.

Finally, I bought a JJC HR series pistol grip, circa ยฃ20 which I think will come in handy with longer lenses and maybe video if and when I do any to which I’ve added a two piece quick release plate, a strap eyelet to the bottom of the handle and one of my removable wrist straps. The grip requires a cable, sold separately, to fit one’s make/model of camera, I already had one as it was the same type that fitted my JJC wireless remote.

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Kind regards


Two new works of Arundel

Hi everyone,

Two more new works from my recent trip to Arundel on the River Arun, the Cathedral and a river view.



Take care everyone, best wishes,


“When the sun shines”

Hi everyone,

Worthing beach landscape. As my friend Rob Trek would affectionately say very “Arty Farty” ๐Ÿ™‚


Kind regards


“Deckchairs and the Pier”

Hi folks,

Another beach shot of Worthing, another shot taken with my PEN-F and Lumix 12-35mm lens.

For those, like me ๐Ÿ™‚ , with an interest in such things. Shot as a handheld 5 frame HDR as usual. Workflow from RAW: DXO PureRAW for lens correction, sharpening and noise reduction to DNG format – Skylum Aurora HDR 2019, IMO the best HDR software out there to 32 bit uncompressed TIF format – DXO PhotoLab 4 two of my favourite features being Clearview and/or Smart Lighting- DXO FilmPack 5 which does what it say’s on the tin ๐Ÿ™‚ – DXO NIK Collection v4: (Perspective Efex to straighten any converging verticals – Viveza 3 mostly for selective contrast, brightness and saturation adjustments – Color Efex Pro 4 for a few extra tweaks, one of my favourite tools being the Duplex tool to add some extra warmth and diffusion to taste) to uncompressed JPEG format for the web.


All the best,