Friday Image No.208

In case you haven’t seen it, last week’s Friday Image wasn’t all it appears. The starting image wasn’t quite as colourful as the image I posted. In fact, it was rather a dull blue colour because of the AWB in the camera. This was a...

No Place Like Home

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (16mm, f/2, 1/125 sec, ISO2500) I travel a lot and that includes amazing places but “There is no place like home”. That’s especially true when it’s Christmas time. In the middle of December I was in Japan. There were Christmas trees and lights everywhere and...

Mountains, Worlds

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (57.8mm, f/8, 1/1250 sec, ISO200) Sometimes the contrast in between one of my business destinations and my home is extreme. Like in this case. Currently I’m xc skiing in the Austrian Alps. This week we experience a cold wave all over Austria. A...

ALLOW YOURSELF FREEDOM | GERMANY

  Allow yourself the freedom to step away from perfection because it is only then that you can find success. Chase Jarvis See it on Scoop.it, via Fuji X-Pro1...

The Wonders of Winter

  FUJIFILM X-T2 | F5 | 1/8000sec | ISO1600 | Exposure bias 0 By Chris Weston Winter is my favourite season for photography. For the camera, there is something uniquely special about the quality of light. For me… well, I simply love photographing in snow and cold climates....

Winter is Coming

I missed the transition from summer to fall this year.  I’m not sure how, but one day it was oppressively hot and the next day it wasn’t.  My September was busy, including a trip to Europe to teach a workshop in Amsterdam and to shoot...

WYSIWYG & A B&W JPG Photographic City Walk

A Return to Simplicity I am a RAW shooter. That is no secret. Most of us are in fact. But… I think somewhere along the way I’ve come to rely too much on processing and lost a little bit of the thrill of taking a...

A Highland Photo Trip: Part 6 Kylesku to Drumbeg

The Quinag Ridge  from Loch a Chairn Bhain with Sail Gharbh on left and Sail Ghorm on right Fujifilm X-T2 + XF16-55mm f2.8 - 60s @ f18 ISO200 (zoom16mm) - Point A on the map belowAfter leaving Loch Assynt we headed north to Kylesku and parking up...