Posts tagged ‘Fuji’
Eclectic fun in ‘Lockdown’ – Part 3
A further selection of images taken in and around my home. All square and all in monochrome. Today’s selection are all about light and shadows.Read more
Fuji X100v – a little colour persuasion
Ever since I acquired my new Fuji X100v I have wanted to experiment, or to use a better expression – play with colour! I have to say the combination of the camera and processing the images in Capture One Pro has been quite liberating.
Don’t get me wrong my first love is monochrome and probably always will be, but exploring the world of colour is another avenue I have always wanted to follow and now I feel in a position to do so.
It’s not just the camera and software combination, but a feeling that in these times of Coronavirus and Lock-down across large parts of the world, including my home country, we all need a little good cheer to brighten our day. I am the first to admit my black and white photographs can be a little sombre, even melancholy. They may reflect the times we are living through but what better than some colour and lovely early morning light to warm the soul.
These three images were taken this morning on our daily walk with the dog. It turned out to be some of the best light of the day. How fortunate we are that we can reach such a beautiful place from our front door, take photographs and then share them with others from the comfort of home.
Keep well and stay safe wherever you are.
Fujifilm X100V and Capture One – first thoughts
I will start by saying that I have never owned a Fujifilm camera. I should also mention that for the past 10 years I have always used a combination of Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and the Silver Efex Pro Plug-in specifically for black and white processing.Read more