A couple of photos from a recent trip to Spring Grove Cemetery.
Author Archives: Phillip Drawbridge
I’m very much about the retro. But I’m also very much about the newest and bestest. So if a camera comes along that looks retro, but has a full frame 16mp sensor then I want it. I saw this … Continue reading
I can’t say I’m an expert, but I have played around with HDR in the past. Now that we have Photoshop CS6 we have a lot of new tools to play around with. HDR is a method of capturing … Continue reading
I read an article at lunch time that said how a 50mm prime lens could be your new best friend. I have been using Gale’s 28-135mm lens, which I love. But it does have the draw back that it can … Continue reading
This morning (and some of yesterday) was spent designing and cutting (and photographing) a little Norman style church. And yes, as far as I know Norman churches don’t have flying buttresses, but I like them. This was designed in … Continue reading
Fingernails are great. Why did no one tell me this? I’ve bitten my nails since I’ve had them. I can’t remember not biting them and I bite them bad, right down until they bleed and then some more and if … Continue reading
This is the problem with two days off in a row and no plans to go outside. I’ve made another picture. This one inspired by a painting by Michael Whelan.
Back in the early 80′s I got my first “computer” a Sinclair ZX-81 (81 being the year). it was black and white, had 1kb RAM, not hard drive, no floppy drive and stored everything, when it felt like it, to … Continue reading
It’s a really poor day for filter comparisons, but this will give you the idea. This photo was taken with no filter. You can see that the camera has tried to correctly guess the exposure and shutter speed needed to … Continue reading
My new filters arrived. Very happy with that. It will make cloud photos more dramatic, sunsets more golden, blue skies a deep blue. Shame today is just grey. Even the best filters in the world can’t help a grey day. … Continue reading