I am currently spending quite a bit more time publishing videos on Youtube as I see it as a great way to get more eyes on my content, create a community and allow myself to move forward with my landscape photography.
When I’m out and about (and online too) I often get asked about how to edit photos in one of the many software programs available. By far the most commonly used photo editing software is Adobe Lightroom. I have been a Lightroom user for over a decade so thought it would be a good idea to create a video with 5 easy editing tips to take your photos from the Raw file to the finished edit in no time at all.
I have just released a quick video on Youtube of a landscape photography session I had the other day using the Fujifilm XT4. If you are interested in what the Fuji XT4 or other Fuji cameras can do then please do take a look at the video.
I have just taken delivery of the Olympus OMD EM5 mark III to test out over the next few weeks. In the video I quickly unbox the new EM5 III and show you what comes in the box as well as take a quick look at the camera. I will be following this up with a detailed review over the next few weeks once I have had time to properly test out the new OM-D EM5 III.
Here is a link to my video review of the Sony A7III camera. If you are looking for more information on the Sony A7IV then I have just posted a setup and best settings guide
I have been using the Sony A7III since it was released along with the Sony 50mm 1.8, Zeiss 55mm 1.8, Sony 85mm 1.8 and the Sony 16-35mm f/4 lenses. I’m now in the process of testing both the Panasonic G9, GX9 and Nikon Z6 cameras and will be posting reviews of them once I have had enough time to do them justice.
A lot of people are wondering if they should swap their Sony A7RII for the newly released Sony A7III. Or indeed should they buy the Sony A7RII isntead of the A7III now that they are both comparable in price. I own both and compare them in my Sony A7III vs A7RII video below.
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