Photographs of Scotland
I’ve been a Nikon user for many years - through film and later digital. did have a short flirtation with a lovely old Linhof 220 which had a marvellous Rodenstock lens, but the quality I now get from digital is so good that I can enjoy similar quality with the flexibility of a much more portable system.
The new Fujifilm X series is wonderful and I'm now fully converted to that. I always shoot in RAW and only convert to jpg for output.
Most of the photos you see here are taken with Fuji X series gear (X-T1 and X-E1). I have Fujinon 14mm, 35mm and 60mm primes, Fujinon 18-135 and 100-400 zooms and a Samyang 8mm fisheye. I also have a waterproof Olympus 'Tough TG4' for pocketable use and all-weather conditions.
Many of the older photos are taken with Nikon D800 kit, but it's now all gone; I prefer the Fujifilm gear.
A Manfrotto 055 carbon fibre tripod is used for most landscapes - it really helps to refine composition as well as maximising sharpness; it's also essential for the long exposure shots. I have a terrific Arca-swiss ball head and L plates on the cameras.
Filters - I sometimes use grey grads and rarely a polariser, but no others apart from neutral density - either Lee filters (a 4 stop and a 10 stop Big stopper) or Hoya 9 stop ND and polariser.
Oh and one of the most useful accessories is a good pair of wellys!
I use Photoshop Lightroom for organisation and most editing, Photoshop CS4, Photomatix Pro for HDR, and Helicon Focus for focus stacking. I also sometime use Irident developer for making the best jpgs from Fuji RAW files.