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04

Jan

Charlie Waite Interview for the Independent

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography TechniquesNews

It was a pleasure to interview Charlie Waite recently as part of the photography blog I write for the Independent newspaper. Charlie has been ever present in my development as a landscape photographer as his work has always been of high quality and popular in the various photography magazines.  Talking to him, though,...

15

May

Location, Location, Location!

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography Techniques

What with all this rain and cloud I've been confined inside to processing images from previous trips, rather than producing new work during what should, under normal circumstances, be a productive period.  But it got me thinking, how many of these shots have come off due to painstaking pre planning and research...

03

May

Photoshop?  What Photoshop?

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography TechniquesPost Production & Digital Imaging Techniques

If you want to see the accompanying video to this piece first, click here. Regular readers of my blog will know that my biggest bugbear with digital photography is the amount of time spent getting square eyes in front of the computer (That Damn Machine-TDM) in post production. Well here is one for the...

19

Apr

Picture Processing - Reaching Saturation Point

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography TechniquesPost Production & Digital Imaging Techniques

This week I've had my head down in front of TDM (That Damn Machine) processing lots of photographs that have been sat twiddling their cyber thumbs on my hard drive for a good few months now.  Even after three days I've only put a dent in it but, hey, we're...

13

Apr

Porth Nanven, Cornwall at Sunset

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography TechniquesPost Production & Digital Imaging Techniques

A day spent processing my landscapes is a mixed affair-on the one hand I'm delighted to see my RAW files, shot out on location at the time come to life as final photographs, on the other I have strained eyes, stiff legs and only my cat, Harold, for company.  To be fair,...

12

Apr

Porthcurno at dawn

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography Techniques

Here’s a shot from my recent trip to Cornwall.  Taken at dawn at Porthcurno it’s very satisfying to have witnessed this light as it only lasted about two minutes before disappearing into thick over head cloud. I’ll be blogging in a few days on the technical side...

10

Apr

Neutral Density Filters-what’s their role in digital photography?

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography Techniques

If you want to jump straight in and watch a short video of a dawn shoot unfolding on the Cornish coast where I discuss the use of ND filters click here. These filters are super popular: Lee, the market leader, are sold out until late 2012 and have been for some time.  Prices too...

08

Apr

Behind the Lens-The Art of Staying Put

Category: Landscape &Travel Photography Techniques

I spent last week in Cornwall producing some new landscapes.  I’d been previously in May and enjoyed some good light but this time in April I hoped to catch some locations, new and old, in a different light. This shot at Porth Nanven was a particular highlight.  The weather deteriorated...

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