Culling my editing software

As many of you know, I own quite a bit of editing software. Some of it through curiosity, some if it through affiliates, but all of it to use. Over the years I’ve used it so I can make fair comparisons to other software, plus I have tutored software packages to those in need. AsContinue reading “Culling my editing software”

The benefits of writing raw to one card and jpeg to another.

Professional body cameras with two card slots quite often put people in a dilemma of which way to send data to the memory card (SD or other cards). So, here are six reasons why you might like to save raw files to one card and jpeg images to the other card… Plus a couple ofContinue reading “The benefits of writing raw to one card and jpeg to another.”

Fujifilm X-T20 Vs X-T30 and why you should still buy the X-T20

Not too long ago I wrote an article on why I think the Fujifilm X-T20 is still the camera I recommend in 2021. It had great response, but some people thought the X-T30 was clearly the superior camera. In this article we’ll look at the positive and negatives of each camera. Both cameras are exceptionalContinue reading “Fujifilm X-T20 Vs X-T30 and why you should still buy the X-T20”

Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve & Town Visit

It was a very windy day with intermittent sunshine, and our regular weekly group meet activities took us to Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve, leading us down into Mumbles town before finishing off where we started. A perfect day for being out and enjoying ourselves as a group, as well as taking photographs from the amazingContinue reading “Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve & Town Visit”

Cure Your GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome)

GAS is a horrible thing. “Gear Acquisition Syndrome” is when you feel the urge to constantly buy cameras, lenses or other photography equipment. There’s no stopping you, it’s like a crazy drug taking over your body. With this article, we’ll look at curing this awful disease. I’ve had GAS really bad. During my Nikon days,Continue reading “Cure Your GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome)”