Announcing My Camera Bag page is now Live. To answer a regular question I get, I have created and published a page listing the majority of the photographic equipment I use to produce my Landscapes of Ireland and beyond.
In this article I share some thoughts on why and how you can go about maintaining your Tripod and Ballhead, using my Really Right Stuff TVC-33 Tripod and BH-55 Ballhead as examples.
Photography Gear Review | In this article I review my f-stop Loka Camera Bag after 20 months of hard use. It’s a great bag that I have very few quibbles.
In this the second part of a two part article I pick up where I left off last week and describe the remainder of my recent photographic equipment acquisitions including both an F-stop and ThinkTank Camera Bags.
Here is the first of a 2 part article outlining some of the new camera equipment I have recently acquired and describes the reasons behind my decisions to purchase these specific items.
In this article I outline the 5 steps I take to Frame one of my Matted Fine Art Giclee Prints, It covers the materials required in addition the how those materials are used each step of the way.
In this post I step you through the 5 steps I complete to Matte a Fine Art Photographic Print. It covers the making of a hinged mount, proper positioning of the print, affixing the print to the under-mount and finally signing and protecting the finishing product.
So today I am publishing the final post in my four part discussion on my recent purchase of an Apple mid-2011 iMac. So far I have stepped you through the reasons behind my decision to move from a MacPro to an iMac an unboxing fest along with a round of speed tests and the last post covered off a number of the things I disliked about the iMac. Today, by way of balancing that last post I will discuss a number of things I really like about my new iMac.
I’ve had about a month with the new iMac and after discussing some of the background story and completing some performance tests I’ve now had some proper time to live with the machine in normal day-in-day-out type of activity. I feel I can now talk with confidence about some of the stuff I like (planned post) and dislike (today’s topic).
One week in and I share my first impressions of the new mid-2011 Apple iMac. I complete the speed testing I started last week comparing the iMac against my old Mac Pro. I also share a number of unboxing photos.
My new Apple 27-inch iMac has arrived in the door. Before I even take it out of it’s packaging I decided to write this article and share with you the reasons I upgraded from my old MacPro to an iMac. I also provide some initial benchmarks from the MacPro as a baseline to test the new iMac a little later.
Well true to his word Garry got the kit posted off sharpish and it arrived into me yesterday morning. As luck would have it they sold out of the 140x70cm Softbox but they should have them in before Christmas and Garry promised to get it sent over as soon as it arrives. Anyway I think…