iCha has been playing with boxes, cropping and using the proportions of the image to enhance the image. - I wanted to reply to iCha and share my thoughts on the subject.
Analogue photography is predominantly left handed but digital is right. "What influence does this have on creativity?". More importantly; "Your images!".
I was having an internet drift, several days ago, and Youtube made a proposal. "A Chip Kidd TEDtalk" I am so happy the algorithm did. Chip Kidd's TED talk started as a shock, but I found myself drawn into his mind, his product and his mastery.
Having been given many cameras by my father, the Canon 5d Mark I or Classic is one that I was interested in myself. I have had some months to play with it and see what it can do.
Last Saturday Karen needed to go into Munich to collect and ship books for a client. For the collecting, carrying and packing she needed some help, so I took the opportunity to practice with the Fuji X100. I only had moments within the two hours we were there, but that was enough for some benefit.
My father recently gave me his Fuji X100. I had a Heliopan IR filter that fitted the 49mm diameter filter thread, so I gave it a go. This is some of my initial experience of IR on X100.
In recent months there have been more and more videos on the Canon 5D Mark 1 or classic. Clearly it is an affordable full frame; but there are some issues that are unmentioned; some good and some bad.
I am just learning Lightroom and went through some of my older images that "failed" because the lighting was not correctly on my subject. I show with two examples how I have found this can be adjusted. One using whole image increased exposure followed by targeted reduction. The other using targeted increases to the exposure.
If you have read my articles you will know that I like and follow Eric Kim. I noticed that a latest Youtube video from Eric was not in my subscription feed, even though time wise it should have been. This is youtube's new subscriber algorithm.
Lightroom is a great tool, but sometimes there are things that we need to do to make it easier. Here are 4 tips that make Lightroom easier for you to use and increases the speed of managing lots of pictures from an event.