Category Archives: Fine Art photography

The development of an image

I recently led a photography holiday in Whitby for HF Holidays.  I used various cameras for my demonstrations and tuition, but my first choice whilst out and about was my mobile phone.  The large screen made it easy to show the images, and the phone app’s software does some neat things.  The Leica-branded lenses aren’t […]

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It’s a bit of an abstract idea.

I recently joined a new group on Facebook called “Abstract Landscape Photography”.  It is fascinating to see the sort of work other photographers put up, and also how they interpret the definition of “Abstract Landscape”. Someone, for example, has some images of the inside of a working hospital.  They’re very interesting, and do make a […]

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Playing around with an Art Filter

On a recent trip to England’s “Peak District” I reckoned that the landscape would look good in dramatic black and white.  I could, of course, do some post-processing, but what if I could get the effect I wanted in-camera?  My Olympus E-M10 has a setting that does just that.  In the Art Filters menu there’s […]

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