Some kind of back up system is essential for any photographer, isn't it? My back up system for what I'd call my artistic photos (as opposed to family photos) is multi-layered, and probably overly complex. I have them on my MacBook, then on an external HD that backs up everything on the MacBook. I have… Continue reading Backing Up Photos – Should We Bother At All?
So this month in my One Month One Camera (OMOC) project, I've been using a Panasonic Lumix FX10. You can read more about the camera in the first post here. Something else I said I wanted to experiment with this year was not processing images at all, or zero processing. This is easy for the… Continue reading One Month One Camera – Jan 2020 (II) – Snapseed Returns
It's no secret that I'm not a fan of the whole concept of "likes" online. My general view is that if you do indeed genuinely like a blog post or a photograph, in the traditional sense of the word, then leave a comment to let its creator know. Just clicking "like" takes so little effort… Continue reading Why You Should Stop Liking Everyone
The last camera I bought was the Lumix FX10 I'm now using for my One Month One Camera project this month. I bought it based on my previous very favourable experiences with Lumix cameras (LX3 and GF1 especially) and because it was dead cheap (£4) and right in what has become my sweet spot for… Continue reading The Last Camera I Bought
An interesting recent post on one of the blogs I enjoy most, talked about social media and self control in this new decade. It led me to think more about my own online presence as a photographer, what I'm happy with, and what I might like to change this year. So this is how my… Continue reading What Does Your Online Presence Look Like As A Photographer In 2020?