More Articles on Digital Photography School

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.

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  1. I use onOne almost every day. It is an invaluable tool in my editing kit. First Lightroom, then if needed onOne or for portraits I’ve use Portrait Pro. I love the flexibility and the ease of use that onOne provides. I have yet to upgrade from 8 to 10 and quite frankly, not sure I will until later this winter. Thanks for the post and love your work

  2. Hi nice to meet you. my husband was born in Australia. We went back to visit some year back, but didn’t go to Melbourne, because he wanted to go diving in Great barrier Reef. I love your photos. Will come back to visit some more tomorrow, US West Coast time. Thanks for liking my new post. Please come back to visit.

    1. It’s a shame he didn’t bring you to Melbourne, I think it is a great city, but I understand the draw of Great Barrier Reef. Thank you so much, you’re welcome, I do my best to see as many as I can.

  3. Nice! The article about off-season photography was pretty relevant as I plan to do more of that this year than I have before.

  4. Leanne a beautiful rendition of Malmsbury viaduct, and yes, great photos can be taken in all weathers. Well done Regards Ron

    1. Thank you Ron, though not sure where you see the viaduct here. The stone bridge is from Richmond in Tasmania. I agree, you just have to be prepared.

  5. Awww, I would love to have real winters in Barcelona. I’ve never really had the chance to shoot in a real winter landscape and I think it must be so much fun. I think there’s beauty in any weather condition if you know how to look!

    1. We get fairly mild here, though it does get cold, but no snow, just lots of rain. I would love to shoot one too, it was be incredible. Exactly, which was part of the reason for the article. Thank you.

  6. The flower is lovely and the bridge is very interesting. It reminded me of some of the older bridges in the North of Scotland

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