Setting up your camera

 
10 things about setting up your camera for best workflow
1. Make sure that your image sequence is set to continuous. You do not want it restarting with every shoot and giving you duplicated names.It is a good idea to give each camera a unique prefix eg. Nikon D800_sequence.

2. Synchronise the times and dates on […]

A common Lightroom question

This is one of the most common questions asked by Lightroom users.  You import your images, see the thumbnails appear, but if you wait a few seconds you notice that the thumbnails change.  The changes can be to tone, contrast, or color.  What gives?

When we photograph with a digital camera, even if we shoot […]

Liuwa Plains – May 2014

 

Liuwa Plains is one of my favourite places on earth — a landscape as flat as you can imagine that is inundated with water for most of the year and at its very best in May and November. Robin Pope Safaris have one final concession in this area before it is opened up to […]

Photographing the Cape Winelands

Constantia, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek are the three most visited areas and for good reason. These are the original wineland areas with fascinating historicies and you will not find a finer combination of wines, restaurants, architecture and general mountain scenery. The Hemel and Aarde Valley, Tulbagh, the West Coast and Cedarberg Wineries all have their […]

Arniston Memories

Having just returned from a wonderful 3-day photographic workshop at the Arniston Hotel in Waenhuiskrans, it prompted some thoughts and memories that I have about this wonderful seaside town. Arniston is in the Overberg region of the Western Cape about three hours drive from Cape Town and is also known as Waenhuiskrans, which is […]

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