I have used camera phones for a very long time. Actually, they played an important role in my evolution as a photographer. Though camera phones have improved greatly over the years, I have never been happy with them. Enter the Eye-Fi card and my Olympus E-P1. I experimented with the two, and well, there was a paradigm shift.
The Westcott X-Drop is not perfect, but it’s a nice piece of kit to have. For what it is supposed to do, it’s fantastic. All levels of photographers on the go will find this useful at some point.
This is a post I did for ThePhoblographer. I always seeking to improve my work.
Once you acknowledge, “Yeah, my photos do suck,” and you have not put down the camera, there are some things you can do to get better. They are not difficult but will require discipline and dedication.
Bloomberg News reports that Kodak, the company which used to dominate the photography industry, has won court approval to plan their bankruptcy exit. Moving away from cameras, film sales, and consumer photo developing, the company is going to focus on commercial printing and won’t be sellig anything to consumers anymore.
via The Phoblographer.
Thanks to work I have done on ThePhoblographer, the stuff seen and unseen , I was able to move up to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5. While I have much to learn, I already see improvement. The photo here was a pain in the ass in due to the bad lighting in the room etc. The white balance was off , it was noisy. There are many reasons for this. I made this work in light room 4 , however the new Radial Filter made a world of difference. So I will be breaking this software in. It should be interesting.