Previously I've spoken with considerable enthusiasm about Snapseed and how I use it to process photographs, especially in black and white (b/w). I wrote a post about the 13 second Snapseed b/w process I use to add that little extra mood and contrast I like, to photographs various cameras of mine output. Snapseed is an absolute… Continue reading Why I’ve Stopped Using Snapseed To Process Photographs
Some of the recent conversations here on 35hunter have led me to think further about valuing the experience of photography versus the value of the final image. Because for me photography has nearly always been wrapped up in a wider activity - walking and exploring in nature (which brings its own benefits, whether you're making… Continue reading The Being And The Having – Which is Most Important In Photography?
This month is the sixth this year I've committed to one camera for the whole month, and my weapon of choice this time is the Lumix LX3. See the first part here, or all One Month, One Camera (OMOC) posts here. The LX3 is one of few remaining cameras I have, and for good reason.… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – December 2019 (II) – Panasonic Lumix LX3
It's all too easy to get sucked into the incredible breadth and range of old cameras available to us - more than any time before in our lifetimes - or indeed anyone's lifetime in history. A quick browse on eBay tonight shows 18139 film cameras, 32014 digital cameras and 32341 lenses for sale in the… Continue reading Collecting Cameras – When No Is Not An Option
This month I'm committing to a single camera again, part of my One Month, One Camera project. For December it's my Panasonic Lumix LX3. I thought I might try some different focal lengths, having used it almost entirely at 35mm previously. So I went with its longest zoom of 60mm for a while, but found… Continue reading How To Convert Your Digital Compact’s Zoom Lens To A 35mm Prime