Chromebook + Android + Fujifilm: My New Workflow

Lightroom is now a couple years behind me and I don't miss it. I dropped it when I decided to reduce my time spent in post processing and when I switched to a Chromebook for my work and personal computing tasks. I was very content...

Mobile Imaging Workflow

There’s no denying that technology has advanced over the recent years, in particular, mobile phones. Some of the flagship phones today have amazing camera capabilities and in some instances, sharing the same technology found in entry level DSLRs. Apps have also improved over the recent...

Friday Image No. 118

Trees on Holme Fell, The Lake Distirct, England. See the blog text for image details. Yet another week over and we are rapidly approaching Christmas. Then it’s soon going to be New Year and I will be beating myself up that I haven’t achieved half of...

Shooting Autumn in the Lakes Part 2

Clappersgate Bridge, The Lake District. Fuji XT2 + 10-24mm lens. I have posted a follow up on You Tube to my “In the field” video. This time I’m shooting Clappersgate Bridge in the Lake District. This is a classic view and especially so in the Autumn...

Shooting Autumn in the Lakes

Captured using a Fuji X-T2. Processing using Lightroom and Viveza. Watch the whole thing on You Tube.In case you haven’t yet seen, I have uploaded my latest video to You Tube. This shows an element of the location where I was shooting, including the location...

Is connectivity more important than image quality?

In this photokina we’ve seen most camera makers making it bigger and better. But not necessarily faster. The new Fuji GFX medium format may be the prime example of that. Both camera makers and lens makers are putting full focus on developing features that relate...

Post-Processing: Where there’s light, there’s also shade

I decided to use the Whit weekend to write an article on a series of photographs which I had shot in parallel with the Leica M240 and the film M6. The object was to show how analogue and digital images can successfully complement each other....