Some images from our short summer break in Edinburgh and the photographic circumstances behind them.
Having struggled to create satisfactory panoramas before, I recently found some Open Source software that seems to do the job…with some reservations. This post details my first tussle with it, some of the pitfalls and my first image out of it.
In this final post (for now) of the series on Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, I’ll be rounding up the other locations and shot ideas that I haven’t given a post of their own but are still worth a mention.
A short account of a photographic visit to Keswick earlier this year with some details of nearby photo locations.
Timing is important in photography on many levels, from factors such as the weather and sunrise timing right down to the moment you release the shutter. This post explains some of these factors from a recent shoot of a subject for my Durham project.
This post describes my processing workflow on one of the final images from my Scottish fellwalk photoshoot. It covers steps in Capture One for RAW conversion, Photomatix Pro for HDR processing and Photoshop for final adjustments.
Description of a summer sunset photo shoot at the summit of one of Scotland’s picturesque hills.
A photo of Durham Cathedral and Memorial taken as part of my Durham project. Description of workflow from image capture through post processing to arrive at the final shots. Processing includes HDR conversion and Photoshop adjustments.