Monochrome --- updated July 13th, 2017 with a better viewing method Many many years ago when I was just a kid working in my dad's darkroom, black and white photography was what we did. People shot in black and white, processed black and white and created images that were story telling, dramatic, honing in [...]
If you are about to learn something new, or are revisiting what you may of have sort of put aside for the love of automation it is always a smart thing to do learn or relearn the basics. This article posted on [...]
Thank goodness there is at least one camera company that cares about and supports their customers. If you are a Fuji X photographer you have to be in love with the folks at Fuji who have continuously updated firmware in their camera models at no charge and without any hassle since the [...]
AND THE CYCLE CONTINUES AS Nikon cancels DL compact series citing high development costs It was back in November 2016 that Nikon did what was unheard of in the walls of Nikon Inc., and downsized by 1000 personnel to help stop a leaking boat. Now the exceptional, never delivered DL series of cameras [...]
SHARPENING X-TRANS FILES IN ADOBE LIGHTROOM. Pete Bridgwood Pete penned this article in 2014 but I only just came across it thanks to Fuji forum member on` DPreview. Adobe Lightroom 5.0 which is an excellent piece of software has had issues with Fuji's Xtrans sensor output because of the sensor detour from the standard [...]
Lock and Load And Get Ready To Light ‘Em Up May 25th, 2014 - Edited on March 16th, 2015 By Elliot Stern and Brian Zwit Shadows, darkness, crevices, creases, textures, hats, and maybe even a chocolate Labrador Retriever are all things that could do with a little extra light. Why? Because your camera can sometimes [...]
This article is very informative. Push forward while reading it. The beginning of the article is more historical where the author talks about the zone system and film, but he also quickly gets down to the digital zone system as he calls it and has great info on the use of the histogram and color [...]
Digital cameras have certainly come of age. Today digital camera’s are computers and enable us to capture beautiful images as long as you make use of a lot of the technology plugged into the camera bodies and lenses.