In this new series of weekly posts, I will feature a new Instagram photographer that is worth following to fill your stream with beautiful photos. This week its @sixstreetunder with over 200k followers
Having been using Lightroom Classic for many years now, you start to get a sense of how powerful the different components are. But more importantly knowing what the different components or modules do, lets you find innovative ways to use them.
This is one of the techniques I’ve figured out through experimentation and work 90% of the time on most landscape photos. So let’s get started with this method.
I want to share with you something that I did a few months ago. About six months ago actually I switched over to the Samsung Note 9 after having used a Apple iPhone for about 8+ years and I just want to share my thoughts and my experience so far on this transition after 6 months. First question obviously you might be wondering “do I have any regrets?” and the answer is NO, I certainly don’t have any regrets moving over to an Android phone system. I’m actually a techie at heart, so I like technology and moving over to…
Today I want to talk to you about Capture One Pro that’s something that I have started using with my Fujifilm cameras so with the X-T2 and the X-T3 and I’ve also got a ton of photos from X-T1 which I have sold off but I still have those photos on my computer so why did I decide to go back to Capture One. Even though in my previous videos about Capture One I’ve said that it’s not for me actually more and more I went back to it because I saw a lot of people commenting and saying that this…
Adobe released a new feature in Lightroom Classic CC a few week ago that saw a new slider added to the Basic panel of the Develop Module. This slider is the Texture Slider.
In this video I share a very useful tip for Long Exposure Photography. What your camera does when you take a long exposure is that it will wait the same length as the exposure to process the image.
Some say I’m lucky that my job gets me to travel the world but actually most people don’t understand that its not as glamorous as it seems.
A few months ago, I discovered this very cool software called JPEGmini Pro which is designed to optimise your JPEG file size without compromising the quality of the image.
A while ago, I created a blog post to talk about my travel backup strategy and it was received well by you guys. Now I decided to create a YouTube video to share this information.