A phrase commonly heard around photography sites is "storage is cheap". Five or 10 or 20 years ago, storing your digital images (either from digital cameras, or digital scans of film negatives) needed much greater investment, whether for the memory cards in digital cameras, or the hard drives or cloud storage you used to back… Continue reading Storage May Be Cheap But Is It Ruining Your Photography?
Are you keeping and sharing only your very best photographs? Or do you struggle to sift out the mediocre from the magnificent, and end up keeping the whole lot - and making most of them public? We've talked before about being more ruthless with editing, and four questions to help with this. Here's another question… Continue reading One Killer Question To Enhance Your Photography Editing Overnight
My post processing workflow is very consistent these days, and follows one of two paths. 1. The camera creates images I like on board so I don't need to do anything except upload them to my MacBook by putting the memory card in a USB reader and importing en masse with Image Capture. These images… Continue reading Why The iPad Is My Favourite Tool For Editing Photographs
As we walk through life, inevitably we make an impression on the world and the people we come in contact with. Personally, in many areas I try to be "light on my feet", leaving an impact of minimum detriment. For example on an environmental front, recycling more than I send to landfill, being cautious with energy and… Continue reading The Footprints We Leave
All of us who photograph need to edit in some way. In this context, by editing I mean looking through a batch of photographs we've made and deciding which to delete, which to keep, then which of those keepers to share. This is not the easiest process, as it's so subjective. In an effort to… Continue reading Four Questions To Help You Better Edit Your Photographs