On the days where the light doesn't cooperate you can either enhance the picture using sliders afterwards, or you can choose to shoot in black and white. Especially when the sky looks this good.
That point when you look up from what your dog is doing to see the perfect picture in front of you. Back in England we had more mist and fog than we needed but in Ontario it's relatively rare, so a photographer needs to make the most of it. I caught the last remnants before… Continue reading Dog Walker in the mist
Recently I went to our local woods for an hour or so, to shoot in the middle of the day but under the canopy of trees in full leaf. I wanted to shoot wide-angle so I took along the wonderful Fuji 16mm f2.8 attached to my X-T3. I shoot both Nikon and Fuji and am… Continue reading Nature Photography – Cropping
A great time to take photographs is during my two or three daily dog walks. We normally wander around some of the local parks - as I've posted about previously - and today I had the opportunity to test out my new Fuji X-T3 and the 23mm F2 lens. I decided to buy the X-T3… Continue reading The Struggles of a Dog-walking Photographer