How To’s

I tend to think that in photography, a lot of us get way too hung up on things being technically perfect, that we forget the most important thing that really matters: The emotional impact of the image. How the photograph we take, makes someone feel.
I’ve written before about colourizng black and white photos. Anyway, I’ve found a new online tool to give it a try, Image Colorizer, and wanted to share the results, as well as a how to guide for the App, Picture Colorizer.
Now we can convert any of our old black and white family photos to colour. For Free. I’ve found a great tool to colourise black and white photos. Colourise.SG, this website currently is free and I’m impressed. I’ve tried it with a few different images.
Recently, I’ve bought a new printer. And I don’t think I needed to. It was all because of the Epson E11 Error. What is the Epson E11 Error? Epson inkjet printers have a waste ink system. That is, after so many prints, nozzle cleans, power ink flushes, the waste ink pad or tank is full.
Printing photos on canvas can look awesome when done correctly with the right image. Once the realm of painters, canvas printing is now readily available to photographers. A few years ago people were crazy for it when the retailers started offering it.
This photo of the Munich Residenz Antiquarium is somthing I am very fond of. I thought I’d use it to show you how, and my philosophy to processing RAW images into usable files. It started life as a CR2 RAW from a Canon 6D.
Well, yes, they sure can. You can apply filter after filter to your RAW or even JPG files and end up with an image that can look like it was taken on large format glass plates, crisp 1950s black and white, or off tinited/contrasty 1970s film, or more recent professional films like the Velvia/Provia from Fuji, KodaChrome from Kodak or even Ilford (my favourite).
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