Tag: software


Floral Friday

Only one flower today, I’m afraid I’ve been a bit slack with the macros this week. I’ve been busy and I have the Canon 5D4 I need to play with before it goes back. However, spring is almost here and flowers are starting to appear everywhere, so I will be back getting heaps again soon.
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Recently I’ve had a couple of articles published, one a while back and the other today. I thought I would take this opportunity to let you know about them.

The first was written about taking photos in the off season, or about photographing in winter. We all look for great weather to take photos and forget that bad weather can give some great and unique opportunities.

Finding Comfort with Off-Season Photography


A photo taken on a dark and overcast day of the Richmond Bridge in Tasmania.

The other article is one on using the software program On1 Photo 10. I’ve been wanting to try it out for a while. I think it would be great for some of you, so take a look and see what you think.

Image Editing Software Overview – On1 Photo 10

Image that was processed with the Enhance Module in On1.

Image that was processed with the Enhance Module in On1.

Hopefully not too much reading for you. Remember if you like them, please share them.