More Fuji XE1 HDR

I am loving the X-E1 for landscape and HDR photography I know, I have rattled on a fair bit about this camera in the past few months, but I do really think these mirrorless wonders will supersede the DSLR, especially for the majority of the market… I think they call them prosumers… anyway, to me […]

Fuji X-E1 for Landscape

The X-E1 delivers Now that I have Photoshop CS6 and I can use camera RAW to process the Fuji X-E1’s .RAF Raw files, I decided to test out the results. I headed out to shoot the sunset and with the Fuji firmly planted on the tripod, I had the 18mm f2 mounted on the front […]

Fuji X-E1 Raw files

Forget the Fuji raw converter… I think I already had said somewhere here that the Fuji raw converter is about as much fun as giving yourself root canal therapy! During the past week I upgraded to Adobe Photoshop CS6 and that includes the new Camera Raw that handles the Fuji .RAF raw files with ease… […]

Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2013… Sydney Australia is one of the first cities to celebrate NYE.. so there is a chance you are still counting down the hours. Myself and a buddy wanted to try some light painting to create a NYE photo… it was quite a laugh in the end. We decided to use sparklers rather […]

Sagacity

My 2012 Photojourney Here is a selection of my Photojourney for 2012. It was a year of learning, up until this year I never had worked out what kind of photography I loved, I now have discovered Landscape and what I call HDR Plus – The music is from around 1995 when I was in a […]

Digital Artistry

It takes talent… As a photoshop user (I use the term VERY broadly as I think I use about 5% of Photoshop) I can really appreciate how hard it can be to achieve certain things with a photo, and not to mention how long it must have taken. I want to introduce you to a […]

Another successful Photowalk

Observatory Hill to The Rocks I started to worry about the weather towards the start of the walk, it was overcast and there definitely wasn’t going to be a sunset… just grey! I do like clouds in my photo’s as it adds drama to the shot. We had a good turnout (I never did count […]

Rhapsody of the Seas

The Wacom Intuos 4 – A Quick Review… Okay, so some of you are asking… what the heck is a Wacom Intuos 4???? and some of you are thinking… cool, I always wanted one! Wacom are the company behind the Bamboo tablet, and many other professional graphics tablets. The Intuos 4 is one of Wacom’s more […]

Bridge to Beach Paddling Challenge

I headed down to the Harbour Bridge last Sunday Morning to test out the new Nodal Ninja Panoramic head and when I arrived, around 6:30am, I was shocked to see there was NO parking! Unbelievable for this time on a Sunday morning. It wasn’t long before I realised that it was the Bridge to Beach […]