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Rework of a Little Egret

Back in 2016, I processed a photograph of a Little Egret which I took at Northward Hill Nature Reserve and processed the image in a blue wash.  Today I decided to rework that image.. and the first thing I did was to flip the photograph horizontally. Advertisements

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Split-Toning

I was playing around today with an image I took at Merriments Gardens in East Sussex.  As soon as I saw the image I knew I wanted to create a monochrome image of this tulip… I loved the shine on the petals. Anyway after processing the image I thought about playing around with the Split …

Rework the Lupin – ON1 Software

  I don’t know about you but sometimes when you process photos.. you primarily use Lightroom and Photoshop and simply forget about the other software programmes you have.  I have ON1 Photo as well as Topaz Adjust and Nik Collection, so yesterday whilst playing around with the Lupin photo I did for a Photography Challenge, …

It’s arrived….

I love my Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II lens and my Canon EF-S 18-55mm standard kit lens… but I wanted something that would be in between those ranges, so that I didn’t have to keep changing lenses…. So I ordered myself the Canon EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens and it arrived today.