Most of us, religious or not, are aware of the Christian concept of the seven deadly sins. Despite their religious origins the seven sins have become a standard benchmark for behavior in everyday life. That got me thinking about photography. I am not a religious person but, could the seven sins be applied to our […]
Since the beginning of the digital era, the major camera companies have had one primary weapon that they use to compete. That weapon is of course megapixels. Recently however, having found my rose tinted spectacles, I have begun thinking back to the days of film. I was bought up in a world of celluloid and […]
A while ago, I was looking at ways to improve the performance of Lightroom. One solution was to move the entire catalog to an SSD drive. The actual process was remarkably easy. However, it also got me thinking about some of the other obscure but handy things you can do in Lightroom. I spend a […]
There is a significant difference between an ND filter and a polariser filter. Hopefully, this article helps clear up the differences between the two.
Some of the most inspiring images that we see are created through long exposure. Using a slow or even ultra slow shutter speed adds a sense of motion to a still image. It also contrasts between the permanent and the temporary. A classic example would be the solid permanency of a building contrasted by fleeting […]
Your images are often scattered across multiple destinations and in multiple formats. So how do we go about archiving those images? Here are 4 tips for you to consider when looking at your archiving strategy