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It took about 2 hours of trial and error

Because On1 no longer uses the same authentication service, some really great OnOne tools that didn’t make their way into the latest versions of On1 PhotoRaw could no longer be installed.  This really sucks because OnOne Focal Point was the … Continue reading

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Ok, but some will have no need to bother.

Skylum has come out with Luminar Flex, which as far as I can tell, is Luminar 3 but without the system crashing ‘cataloging’ feature. It claims to support Lightroom (classic) and Photoshop, but the plugin didn’t install in Photoshop CS6, … Continue reading

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Might have overdone it just a bit this weekend

Three photoshoot sessions, different locations.  Lots of walking, lots of standing in one place.  And when I stepped off, the knee really freaking hurt.  It could be that it was just too soon after recovering from pneumonia, but I was … Continue reading

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Lens ‘test’

A few weeks ago, I got a Sigma 150-600 Sports.  Unfortunately, circumstances kept me from giving this lens the test run I wanted.  Well, today, I got to mount it on my 7DmkII. First off; the Sigma 150-600 is a … Continue reading

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I’m not one for doing things last minute

I’ve been sorting and packing what camera gear I’m planning to take to Broome.  Although I’m taking less than I did last time, it weighs more? 2 camera bodies, three lenses, two extenders, Surface Pro. Puts the bag 2kgs over.  … Continue reading

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The Canon Collective Australia South West Road Trip

Last week, Wing and I headed out on a photography trip. To be honest, I wasn’t sure I would be up for it, as there was some hiking involved. We got to the Bunker Bay Resort, and that place was … Continue reading

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Interesting results

Yesterday, I went out to get some stormy skies photography, and brought the 7DmkII paired with Canon 400mm f/5.6 prime lens.  Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good lens, but without stabilization, I found most my photos had some variation … Continue reading

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