Monthly Archives: January 2014

A photography giant : Don Mc Cullin

I guess I’m on a crusade to spread my love for Donald Mc Cullin, the photographer *and* the man, by sharing various links of available videos about him This is the BBC “Imagine” 1:31 documentary that was made in 2013. … Continue reading

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A dark, dark winter day

Another dark winter day at the stables. 3200 ISO dark. Laurent, one of the blog’s most faithful readers, suggested I got up on the large wooden beams supporting the barn’s roof, to get pictures are cool new angles. Well, Laurent, … Continue reading

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A coat of many colors (a blind test ?)

Yes, I do like Dolly Parton songs. And this is a mixed camera post, hence the title 😉 EXIFs are available, so I’m not trying to trick you into anything But various bodies and lenses were used for the pics … Continue reading

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Cold morning light

Marla’s riding session was canceled last Wednesday. Instead, she went riding this (Saturday) morning. Which means, the light was different. She usually hits the barn on her poney around 3PM, but today, it was just a hair past 11AM. The … Continue reading

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More RAW experimenting

From RAW From Jpeg From RAW From Jpeg What does this tell us ? Well, I can see pretty well what the in camera jpeg processing of the NEX 7 does to the RAW files. It actually applies effects I … Continue reading

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RAW !

From RAW From Jpeg Obviously my RAW editing ain’t quite up to speed yet… But I’m not stubborn or opposed to exploring new horizons. At least I made one huge progress tonight, a genuine leap. I found a way to … Continue reading

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The RAW dictatorship HAS-TO-END !

And here we go again. Only a few days ago I complained about constantly being criticized, attacked and ridiculed by RAW extremists for my choice of shooting -and editing- jpeg files, almost exclusively. Today the world’s largest and most widely … Continue reading

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