I mentioned in my earlier video that the Canon 5d classic (or mark 1) has a peppery effect on images using a high iso. In this video I show with a sample picture the effect and show a Lightroom setting that makes the image work again.
Category: General Photography
It is very time consuming to find music suitable for a video. Unlike pictures which can be visually scanned, music needs to be listened to in real time. The duration of the music is needed to assess the work for its suitability. So I thought I would share some of the music that I find
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.
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.
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.
Finding a suitable street photography camera is important. Suitable for the photographer's style and bank balance. There are so many cameras today and so many situations. Here's my thinking and some suggestions...
I am not a great fan of editing. I always try to get it right in camera. Getting to grips with Lightroom 6 has made me recognise opportunities and I wanted to share some of my progress from the last few days.