The Photography of Paul Bradburn, About Page

I began to take a serious interest in digital photography when I bought a Konica-Minolta A200 DIMAGE. This is a great little bridge camera with a very useful zoom lens, 8.0 megapixel sensor and anti-shake.
I then moved on to a much more serious DSLR, the Canon EOS 40D. This is a camera for the enthusiast and provides terrific image quality and great flexibility. I have a selection of Canon and Tamron lenses, prime and telephoto, Giottos and Velbon tripods, a number of Hoya, B&W and Cokin filters and various Lowepro bags.
I then acquired a Fujifilm XPRO-1 compact system camera. Originally purchased as a lighter alternative to the bulky Canon, it soon became my camera of choice. It is a significant upgrade on the 40D and is a true professional piece of kit. Combined with superb dedicated lenses, using the system is a joy, images are pin-sharp, low-light performance is first class. I also upgraded my filters to the Lee system.
I currently have the Fujifilm XPRO-2 with its 24.3 megapixel sensor, full weather-proofing and twin memory card. My main tripod of choice is now a Three-Legged-Thing.
For most of my landscapes shots I follow what is called the representational style, with very little in the way of post-processing - I just want to produce what I saw on the day (or night).
I am gradually extending my scope of work and have had a number of commissions for various clients, covering such things as company brochures or web sites, dancing displays and school musicals. I am developing a keen interest in portraiture and macro work.
My work has been published in the Herald Newspaper and Digital Photo Magazine. I have been a prize-winner with ePhotozine and a featured photographer on