Having recently come back from a trip to Abu Dhabi where I visiting the “Sheikh Zayed Mosque”, I noticed some weird artefacts in my images once I imported them into Lightroom. I used the FujiFilm X-T1 with the 18-135mm Lens during this trip, and man, did I develop more love for this camera and lens being able to handhold shots at… Continue reading "Is Lightroom Butchering your Fujifilm RAW Files?"
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Chris Bray, an author, an adventurer, a teacher and an award-winning photographer all rolled into one. He is an ambassador for Canon Australia and he spends his time traveling and teaching photography all around the world. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Chris a couple of years ago and it was only now that I had the chance of sitting… Continue reading "Interview With Wildlife Photographer Chris Bray"
A few weeks ago, I came across an article by Jonas Rask photography which kinda freaked me out a little. The gist of Jonas’s article was that we shouldn’t buy variable ND (neutral density) filters as they cause artefacts in out of focus areas (the bokeh) and also within specular highlights. And that we should stick to the non-variable… Continue reading "Variable Neutral Density Filters and Bokeh Artefacts"
Recently, I purchased the Fuji X-T1 camera to act as my second body as well as my walkaround. It wasn’t until recently that it all changed for me, and now my X-T1 is my camera of choice, over my full frame Nikon D600. To me, that is a big call to make, considering that the D600’s IQ is known for producing… Continue reading "Fuji X-Tran RAW Processing Done Right"