This section is for practical tips and tricks, observations on some of the Received Wisdom out there and – down the line, maybe – technical articles.
I’ve lost a lot of images, and it’s because I’d backed them up…
Responses to some of the questions and comments I’ve received lately.
I get asked about my workflow – _such as it is! – from time to time, so I thought it was time to write something about it.
This is just wrong on so many levels. Funny though!
I’ve just deleted a bunch of recent comments by mistake!
The Canon 7D’s video capabilities are starting to interest me…
A short video showing just what a pounding the innards of your camera gets every time you press the shutter button!
Raw Therapee profiles are a simple way to fine-tune the output of this excellent RAW converter – but you need to know how to use them!
Something very worrying has happened to a hard drive’s worth of images – and I’m stumped…
If I was designing the new Canon 50D, it would be a bit like this…
RawShooter Essentials isn’t quite dead yet.
This is a quick piece on how to make it work with the 40D.
A new way to resize an image, but without the need to crop or to reduce the size of the subject.
I reckon that the 40D is a better high ISO performer than some “experts” would have us believe…
There have already been some rumblings about the 40D not being suitable for Bird In Flight (BIF) shots. This might be why.
This might seem rather presumptuous – a Johnny-Come-Lately like me giving tips on as difficult a discipline as bird photography – but really the following are just a few common sense suggestions, some of which relate to more than just bird photography.
I’ve wanted to write something about the sharpness obsession for a long time. This first draft is really just capturing my thoughts, and I’ll come back to it now and again.
Some thoughts on getting results from this lens.