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Zero Processing - An Impossible Dream?

The enjoyment I get from photography can essentially be split into two parts.

About 75% is the experience of exploring somewhere out in the countryside with a camera. 783 more words

Post Processing

Luminar Color contrast

As I play with Luminar, I find some filters very useful not only for what they do primarily, but for how differently they can be applied or adjusted. 537 more words


Be there

The other day I went down to my local beach to shoot. I walked around in the howling wind and didn’t hit the shutter once. I saw things I wanted to shoot: a man sitting in a beach chair with a dapper hat and a big smile on his face, looking like he was the happiest guy in the world at that moment; an old man with prison-style tattoos all over his face and arms, somewhat frail and hanging onto the arm of his companion but undoubtedly full of stories from the past. 1,283 more words

Reflecting on 2017

As we come to the end of 2017, I thought now would be a good time to reflect on my photography and how it’s developed (hah!) over the course of the year. 1,312 more words


Lightroom settings

In the last year, I’ve started doing all my photographic post-processing in Lightroom. It’s the program used by most professional photographers and is reasonably user-friendly, but the problem is choosing all the right settings. 721 more words


Luminar Sun Rays

Definitely one of the more unusual filters in the Luminar suite, sun rays also has the potential for the most abuse/overuse.

In real life, I’ve only ever caught the rays of the sun in the air on a few occasions. 248 more words