Lightroom Multiple Exports

Lightroom Multiple Exports

Some time ago, Lightroom introduced a useful and powerful feature that is Batch Export.  This may be confusing but you could export multiple images in a single export but what you couldn't do is Export Single/Multiple images via multiple exports. Let's simplify this a...

Cheap Gear Carry Case Review

Cheap Gear Carry Case Review

While there are many expensive options available out there for Gear Cases, I found an inexpensive and cheap case which is great value for money. The case is available from Bunnings (local hardware chain in Australia) and can be picked up for only $59. I actually...

Fujifilm X-T4 ALL Film Simulations

Fujifilm X-T4 ALL Film Simulations

  Fujifilm Cameras inherit a great bit of history from the 35mm Film days when there were different films available that will give you different looks and results based on your selection. With Fujifilm's X-Series range, you find many of these films now included...

Fujifilm X-T4 Review

Fujifilm X-T4 Review

What's New? Let's start with what's new with this camera and then we will dive into the details. In this newest camera by Fujifilm, the X-T4 brings with it some new features that will please some crowds while upsetting others. One thing is for sure that Fujifilm are...

Low Light IBIS Performance Fujifilm X-T4

Low Light IBIS Performance Fujifilm X-T4

Finally in this latest camera by Fujifilm we now have 5-axis In Body Image Stablisation (IBIS) which means that you can get a lot more steady handheld shots in low light or night scenes. I decided to test this capability of the X-T4's IBIS as I know that I'm quite...

Capture One Tips for ex-LR Users

Capture One Tips for ex-LR Users

Capture One Pro/Express can be quite intimidating at first, especially if you are coming from using Adobe Lightroom. In this post (and video below) I hope to bridge this gap. You hopefully find that Capture One is actually more powerful, flexible and feature rich than...

Unboxing Fujifilm X-T4

Unboxing Fujifilm X-T4

Earlier this May, Fujifilm released these next flagship camera X-T4 with the rumoured articulating screen and In Body Image Stablisation (IBIS).  I reached out to Fujifilm Australia to request if a review unit could be sent to me for testing and review. Sure, enough...

Miniature Worlds – Project #3

Miniature Worlds – Project #3

This weeks video is about creating Miniature Worlds using these figurines by Faller that I had lying around for a long time. Thanks to a friend Greg who posted some really nice Lego Star Wars scenes that inspired me to go looking for these figurines and use them...

Low Key Rose – Project #2

Low Key Rose – Project #2

In this project, I decided to shoot a Rose growing in my backyard as a Low Key style image. Low Key is where only some part of the subject is lit and the rest is generally in the dark. In fact most of the image is dark. The result you get is a very intriguing image, I...

Smoke Photography – Project #1

Smoke Photography – Project #1

This is one of the first projects that I came up with. Its something that I used to do when I first started in photography to play around with my gear, figure out settings and get used to my camera. https://youtu.be/DVvumn1dUsE In this video I share 3 different ways...

Photography Projects at Home

Photography Projects at Home

As we adjust to this different way of life, in isolation there are still many ways to keep your creativity inspired and use your camera. When I started off with my camera there were many things I used to do at home to practice and get used to my camera gear.

So I am going to share some at home projects you can try and do to keep the creative juices flowing.

Featured Instagram Photographer – @Sutto007

Featured Instagram Photographer – @Sutto007

sutto007 Michael Sutton In this post continuing on the series, I will feature a local talented photographer from Sydney's one of most famous beaches - Cronulla Beach. He is an early bird that catches the most amazing sunrise shots.Michael Sutton has a beautiful series...

How to get Fujifilm Classic Negative Look on X-T3 X-Pro2 X-T30

How to get Fujifilm Classic Negative Look on X-T3 X-Pro2 X-T30

The recipe for getting the Classic Negative look on X-T3, X-PRO2, X-T2, X-T30 or other X-Series where you can save your own profiles and have Classic Chrome simulation. You an apply these settings to emulate the Classic Negative look that is added as new Film Simulation to the X-PRO3.

The recipe is not mine, credit below to original source. But I have found a few extra bits that weren’t mentioned in the original source.

My Experience with Peak Design Lifetime Warranty

My Experience with Peak Design Lifetime Warranty

I have a Peak Design Slide Lite strap which I have owned for over four years. This strap has served me well over these past years and I have been happy with it. In the last few months I noticed that the rubber surface of the strap started to melt away and was rubbing...

Featured Instagram Photograph @_marcelsiebert

Featured Instagram Photograph @_marcelsiebert

_marcelsiebert Marcel Siebert   I discovered @_marcelsiebert while browsing through some of the photos of #germany and quickly looked at his account. WOW...I was blown away with some of the most epic landscapes and travel images that Marcel has captured and...

Luminar 4 AI Sky Replacement

Luminar 4 AI Sky Replacement

Skylum Software are going to release a brand new feature with the release of Luminar 4 which is their AI powered Sky Replacement. If you have like me photos that are nice but missing the dramatic sky or some gorgeous fluffy clouds that will make the photo from nice to...

How to make the Sky Pop in Lightroom?

How to make the Sky Pop in Lightroom?

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.

7 Reasons Why I Don’t Regret Moving to Samsung

7 Reasons Why I Don’t Regret Moving to Samsung

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...

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