Goodbye Pentax and Hello Fuji - Phil Corley

Goodbye to the Pentax 645z and Hello to the Fuji GFX50s

Category: Equipment
May 1, 2017

TBA...

Some Images with the Fuji GFX50s

  • Glowing Seas

    It was a horrible morning and between the squalls of heavy rain and gale-force winds, I had to be quick to capture the image before rain soaked the filters and the wind was calm enough to allow a 10 second exposure. The horrible weather had its benefits as the dark rain heavy clouds allowed the sea to almost glow with the famous turquoise colours of the Hebridean seasLocation: Seilebost, Isle of Harris, Scotland Catalogue Reference: A-1710-0141Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • "Rushing Out", Llanddwyn Island

    Location: Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey, Wales Reference: A-1804-2986 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • "Breach", Llanddwyn Island

    Location: Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey, Wales Reference: A-1804-2991 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Seilebost, Isle of Harris

    Location: Seilebost, Isle of Harris, Scotland Reference: A-1710-0322Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Vik, Iceland

    Location: South Iceland Reference: A-1802-2546 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Ogwen First Light

    Location: Llyn Above Llyn Ogwen, North Wales Reference: A-1902-2322 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Ogwen Dawn

    Location: Llyn Above Llyn Ogwen, North Wales Reference: A-1802-2295 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Winter Llyn LLydaw

    Location: Llyn Llydaw, Snowdonia, North Wales gReference: A-1712-0148 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • "Frozen", Vik, Iceland

    Location: South Iceland Reference: A-1802-2569 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Vik, Iceland

    Location: Vik, Iceland Reference: A-1802-2380 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Vik, Iceland

    Location: Vik, Iceland Reference: A-1802-2385 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Vik, Iceland

    Location: South Iceland Reference: A-1802-2532 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • "Dunes", Stokksnes, Iceland

    Location: Stokksnes, Iceland Reference: A-1802-2695 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Vesturhorn, Iceland

    Location: Stokksnes, Iceland Reference: A-1802-2700 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • "Thawing", Iceland

    Location: South Iceland Reference: A-1802-2821 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Kirkjufjara, Iceland

    Location: Kirkjufjara, Iceland Reference: A-1802-2517 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Vik, Iceland

    Location: South Iceland Reference: A-1802-2565 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • "Flowing", Vik, Iceland

    Location: South Iceland Reference: A-1802-2541 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • The Boathouse and the Mountain

    Another example of waiting and hoping! Arriving at Llyn Dywarchen, there was heavy cloud, strong winds and it looked like it would pour with rain any minute – not promising! Just as sunset approached the clouds started to break, nearly revealing the summit of Snowdon and letting the warm light of the setting sun flood the flanks of the mountains for a few brief minutes. Including the boathouse in the image helps to provide a sense of the scale to the sceneLocation: Llyn Dywarchen, Snowdonia, North Wales Catalogue Reference: A-1712-0186 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Old Gate

    At the top of Blea Tarn there is this old gate which seems to go nowhere and serve no purpose than slowly rotting awayLocation: Blea Tarn - Lake District Catalogue Reference: 7-0517-0106 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Last Light over Tarn Hows

    Location: Tarn Hows, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2264 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • The Wall and Winter

    The Langdale Pikes from Side PikeLocation: Side, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2234 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Winter's Light

    Mickleden from Side PikeLocation: Side Pike, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2231 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Watching for the Light

    Blea Tarn from Side PikeLocation: Side Pike, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2206 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Blea Tarn Winter

    Location: Blea Tarn, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2188 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Cold Morning

    Blea Tarn from Brit KnottLocation: Brit Knott, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2182 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Lone Tree

    TBALocation: Buttermere, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2172 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Ashness Jetty

    TBALocation: Derwent Water, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2153 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • The Old Dungeon Ghyll

    Sitting small and almost insignificant beneath the mass of the Langdale Pikes, The Old Dungeon Ghyll hotel provides a sense of scale to the landscape Location: Side Pike, Lake District, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2114 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Dawn's Soft Light

    TBALocation: Derwent Water, Lake DIstrict, UK Reference: A-1801-2120 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Remains

    Near the summit of Side Pike with The Langdale Pikes looking magnificent in the late afternoon late, an old wall and fence is falling into ruin. Who built a wall this high up who knows, but I am sure it won’t be repaired! Location: Side Pike, Lake District, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2100 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Snow Shower Over Mickleden

    The remains of a snow shower drifts over Mickleden in the Lake District as a shaft of late afternoon light paints the flank of Langdale FellLocation: Side Pike, Lake District, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2113 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Morning Glow - Blea Tarn

    30 minutes after sunrise, the sun cleared the hills behind and flooded over the Tarn and just clipping the top of Side Pike - One of those mornings :-) Location: Birt Knott, Lake DIstrict, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2062 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Approaching Weather - Blea Tarn

    It was a day of sunshine and snow showers. Still in the "golden hour" of winter (generally lasting for 2 hours after sunrise and 2 hours before sunset), the skies over the Langdale Pikes darkened indicating the approach of the next heavy shower of snow and rain.Location: Birt Knott, Lake DIstrict, UK Catalogue Reference: A-1801-2081 Copyright © 2018 Phil Corley

  • Tarn Hows in Black and White

    A bright spring day at Tarn Hows in the English Lake DistrictLocation: Tarn Hows - Lake District Catalogue Reference: 7-0517-0107 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Scarasta Gold

    Open and exposed to the wild and windy Atlantic, Traigh Scarasta is renowned for huge waves breaking on its orange sands. The waves are also unpredictable and we quickly practiced the sport of “Dodge Wave”, always on the look-out for the next big breaker to threaten man-and-gear!. Even so, this was my favourite beach of our few October days on Harris, with drama and compositions a plenty. On our second visit, we had one of the rare breaks in the weather allowing for a brief few minutes, the last light of a sunset to flood over the top of Ceapabhal sitting ominously on the horizon .Location: Traigh Scarasta, Isle of Harris, Scotland Catalogue Reference: A-1710-0246Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley


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