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Weekly Update 29th May Portfolio Updates

Don’t the weeks just fly past! I can’t believe I am already on the 29th May Portfolio updates.  Again I should have worked harder on these Portfolios but I got distracted and decided to have a few days doing abstract work.  In fact I am quite pleased that a few of my abstracts have been …

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The Orangery at Knole

  When you visit Knole near Sevenoaks in Kent.. which is owned and maintained by the National Trust, you can take as many photos as you like of the landscape… but unfortunately when you go into the house, photographs are not permitted.  However… before entering the house there is a room called the Orangery which …

Lumenzia – Loving it…

  Last night I treated myself… to Lumenzia by Greg Benz and I am loving it.  I had been using Greg’s Free Luminosity Masking Panel for the last few weeks… which is also brilliant.. but you have to remember to clean up the masks before saving otherwise your file size will treble even quadruple.  And this …

Power of Lightroom…

The above photograph was taken at North Greenwich overlooking the River Thames towards Canary Wharf… and it was one of our very first night time photography shoots we did.  At the moment I am battling a PMR Flare-up and finding it difficult to move yet alone hold a camera… so our photography outings are very, very …

Big Ben

When we first started out in Photography… we didn’t know a thing…  We knew what a camera was but honestly that was about it.  As for RAW, JPEG, f/stops, ISO and shutter speeds, well they were things that went straight over my head. It takes some getting used to, learning that the smaller the f/stop …

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