A long time ago I set up a google alert https://www.google.co.uk/alerts which allows you to have a persistent google search running and it will ping you when it finds anything. Of course the first thing that anyone puts in is their own name 😉
I know there have not been a lot of posts recently but I have been doing a lot of learning and processing in Lightroom from my recent holiday.
I have just spotted an interesting bug / feature when creating panoramas.
I shoot in raw & jpg – both with the same resolution.
I have just had a couple of scenarios where, when I create the panorama from the raw files it creates OK. If I create from the jpg files it does not give me the full width.
It is not a size limit – I have created MUCH bigger panoramas than these.
I’m assuming it’s not a problem with the contents not merging as the raws worked but the JPGs didn’t.
There is a certain subtle elegance about monochrome (often referred to as black and white) images. Removing color changes the focus of the image to the subject matter, the tones, textures, shadows and highlights.
Scott Firestone is a hobby photographer from Chicago who was recently selected as a finalist in the 2017 EyeEm Photography Awards, the largest photo contest in the world. We asked Scott to share a few words about his photography and the city he loves to photograph.
Another photography related gadget. Historically I used only my Nikon DSLR an in all the years I used it I never lost a lens cap.
Since switching to the Olympus Pen-F I have lost three lens caps in 6 months. Rather than continually buy new lens caps I went for a lens cap keeper. It detracts a bit from the looks of the camera, and I’m not keen on having the cap swinging around but ……
Basically there is a circular disk that is permanently stuck on your lens cap and an elasticated loop that you can attach to something. I have it attached to the camera strap loop but I suppose you could put it around your wrist etc (if you remember).