A wide-angle lens isn't always the best choice for landscape photography. David experiments with longer focal lengths with the Fujifilm 50-140mm f/2.8 and the 2x teleconverter
UPDATE: See also Leica lenses in Bavaria Over the past couple of years there has been enormous interest in using manual-focus lenses...
Jason discovered an old flame lurking in a second-hand camera shot. And the unique X20 still impresses…..
Fixed lens cameras make great travel companions. But which are the best you can go for?
A Kodak Vest-Pocket camera was lost on Everest 95 years ago. If it is ever found it could prove that the mountain was conquered some 30 years earlier than the history books say.
What is the perfect camera for street photogaphy. Is it the Fuji X100 or the Ricoh GR. Or, even, your smartphone. Mike comes up with an oddball choice but it comes at a price.
The new X-Pro 3 takes inspiration from Leica's screenless wonder, the M10-D. It has winning ways, but many photographers will definitely think it is one sandwich short of a picnic. Mike disagrees. He loves cameras with no rear screen.
Lucky dip at the charity shop and up pops an ancient but surprisingly serviceable digital camera
Is it sacrilege to say that wider-angle lenses offer more all-round versatility than the legendary "nifty fifty"? Do you now pick up a wide-angle lens as a matter of course?
Chatsworth is regarded as one of the foremost stately homes in the United Kingdom, combining architecture and landscaping in an incredible setting. It's one of David Bailey's favourite haunts and here he leads you through the Chatsworth story.