Tag: review

Installing Luminar 2018 as a Plug-In

Installing Luminar 2018 as a Plug-In

As I continue to explore the new software called Luminar 2018 from Skylum, one of the first things I did was install it as plug-in to Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop (both from the Adobe subscription plan) I'm running this on an Apple iMac, but I believe the instructions are the same using a PC … Continue reading Installing Luminar 2018 as a Plug-In

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Not All Battery Chargers are Created Equal

Not All Battery Chargers are Created Equal

I'm a total convert to the mirrorless camera movement.  I made the final switch to the Fuji Mirrorless system a couple years ago.  I completely love this system and it has reinvigorated my photography, my creative juices and my need for discovery. As I've talked about before, the mirrorless cameras do not enjoy the long … Continue reading Not All Battery Chargers are Created Equal

Shure VP83 Shotgun Microphone

Shure VP83 Shotgun Microphone

I am a continual learner and explorer.  I love to try new things, challenge myself in new ways as well as continually try and up my game a bit. I recently started taking videos as I'm out shooting landscape images.  Partly to document where I go and the feeling of being there and partly as … Continue reading Shure VP83 Shotgun Microphone

Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Just a little post tonight as I finished processing one of the images below and just had to share 🙂 I developed a fondness for shooting close-up images with my Canon 5DkII and 100mm macro lens.  I don't shoot true macro, 1:1, but instead shoot more close up or intimate nature shots. When I switched … Continue reading Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Using Filters in the Field

Using Filters in the Field

One of the questions I get asked a lot is if I still use filters when I shoot. My answer is always a very quick "Yes I most certainly do!"  "And I'm going to continue using them for the foreseeable future" Many of the younger photographers ask why?   In this age of bracketing for exposure, … Continue reading Using Filters in the Field