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Jun 30th

2013

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Lightroom 5 – Up to Speed

If – like me – you are a user of Adobe Lightroom, you are probably aware that Adobe released Lightroom 5 earlier this month.  Unlike Lightroom 4, which featured a major overhaul of the processing engine giving significantly improved recovery of highlight and shadow detail amongst other improvements, Lightroom 5 at first sight appeared to […]

Jan 6th

2013

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In Tokyo with “The Photographer’s Workflow”

    I am currently in Tokyo for a couple of days, and for the first time in a long time, the only camera I have with me is my iPhone.  The reason?  I have two clear days here, and I wanted to use some of that time in order to set up Adobe Lightroom, […]

Dec 6th

2012

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Gavin Gough publishes “The Photographer’s Workflow”

As a pilot and photographer, travel photography has always been of interest to me. One of the travel photographers whom I most admire is Gavin Gough, a fellow tea-drinking Englishman based in Bangkok, who also runs the popular Bangkok Photo School. I have followed Gavin’s work for several years, and I draw inspiration from his […]

Street portrait, Old Delhi, India

Oct 2nd

2012

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One from the Archive #5 – Old Delhi, India

Here’s another image from a while back which I have just re-processed as I felt originally I didn’t do justice to the raw file.  This portrait was shot on a blisteringly hot and humid August day in a Sufi shrine in Old Delhi, India. I made a sequence of eighteen photographs of this man, and […]

Street Portrait - Old Delhi, India

Sep 12th

2012

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The Key to Great Photo Editing (Hint: it’s not Photoshop)

If I could offer just one tip in relation to editing photos to someone starting out in photography, it would have nothing to do with white balance, contrast, saturation, luminosity or raw-file processing.  Nor would it have anything to do with colour spaces, bit depth, layers, masking, channels, selections, tone curves, filters, dodging and burning, […]

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