In recent years I've simplified my photography, not least of all in how I process photographs I make. In the past I shot RAW with a DSLR and processed using custom presets in LightRoom. This became too time consuming and complex, and I evolved to using Hipstamatic, with an iPhone and iPad. The Hipstamatic approach… Continue reading How To Post Process Your Photographs Before You Even Release The Shutter
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One Month One Camera – Jan 2020 (II) – Snapseed Returns
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
One Month, One Camera – Jan 2020 (I) – Special FX?
Last year my One Month One Camera (OMOC) project worked very well, so in 2020 I plan to shoot with just one camera every month of the year. First up for January, following on from my happy reunion with my Lumix LX3 in December, another Lumix that I've had a while but not yet used,… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – Jan 2020 (I) – Special FX?
3 Photography Experiments For 2020
As we enter a new year, it's a great opportunity to think about how we might want to see our photography evolve over the next 12 months. Here are three photography experiments I'm planning for 2020. 1. One Month One Camera, every month. In January 2019 I started a One Month, One Camera (OMOC) project,… Continue reading 3 Photography Experiments For 2020
Why I’ve Stopped Using Snapseed To Process Photographs
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