For most digital photographers, getting out and making the photo in the field is only the first step in the process, unless you’re happy with JPEG files straight from the camera. Raw converter software takes the raw data recorded by
I’d like you to meet Brodie the Boxer dog. Cute isn’t he? Brodie used to live next door, and like all Boxers, he was ungainly, playful and a little bit silly. When we were kids, we had a Boxer called
This is one of my favourite photos from our trip to Singapore. For me, it’s often the small things that make the biggest impact in a photo. Despite the claustrophobic humidity and the tourist economy buzzing around us, this little
Following on from Part One, here are some more photos from our time in Hong Kong. Please click on each photo to see a larger, higher quality image. There’s no doubt that Hong Kong loves the lens! The city was
In my last post, I spoke about how photos can lie to us. It prompted me to think about the digital process of altering photos for a variety of purposes. I’ll admit something to you: I’m not a big photoshopper.