RAW Vs JPEG

RAW Vs JPEG – Which Should I Shoot? The RAW Vs JPEG debate’s been rumbling on since the early days of digital photography. Some people claim RAW is superior and you shouldn’t even consider JPEG. Others will claim JPEG is all you need. Today I’m examining the key...

Landscape Photography Tips That Work

Landscape Photography Tips That Work I’m often asked if I have any Landscape Photography tips; you know ones that really work and make a difference. Often people expect me to talk about the best cameras or lenses to use or in rare cases, even composition. When I share...

How to Photograph Doors

How to Photograph Doors I was recently asked if I had any tips concerning how to photograph doors. On the surface this may seem to be a simple task but if you have ever tried this for yourself, you will probably have found it can be quite challenging. Here then are my...

Understanding Tone Mapping

Understanding Tone Mapping I was recently contacted by a Lenscraft member asking if I could explain Tone Mapping. Most importantly, they didn’t want an explanation of Tone Mapping in relation to HDR but in a more general sense. This is important as Tone Mapping is the...

Tips for Photographing Waterfalls

Tips for Photographing Waterfalls When I first became interested in photography, there was one thing that I wanted to take a good photograph of – a waterfall. I had seen some inspiring waterfall photographs in magazines and I longed to reproduce the same quality...

Advice for Better Film Scanning

Advice for Better Film Scanning Being able to successfully digitise film images using a film scanner is something of an art and can be very frustrating. Part of the reason for this is that people fail to appreciate and take control of all the variables involved. This...

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