As well as a single photo per day in September, I also gave myself a restriction on the use of lenses. For the first ten days I used a standard 55mm prime, the second ten were taken with a telephoto 70-200mm zoom, and the final ten were taken with a wide-angle 16-35mm zoom. One lens that didn’t get a look in was my 85mm, so my initial plans for October were to put that through its paces. However, sometimes life gets in the way.
Friday, 30 December 2016
Thursday, 29 December 2016
After two months of no set theme, I wanted to challenge myself more in September. With alliteration as my guide, I was trying to decide between Single Shot September, or Stranger September. In the end, I chose the former. The idea being each day I would take one photo, and one photo only. In my mind, I imagined an SD card at the end filled with exactly thirty photos.
Wednesday, 28 December 2016
After a month of no set theme in July, I decided to follow the same routine in August. I didn’t feel like forcing myself to follow any set pattern. Little did I know, August had an unwelcome surprise in store for me that nearly led to me failing the project.
Thursday, 8 December 2016
Things are still pretty quiet on the news/rumour front, but there are a few small noteworthy items about a new version of Phase One Capture One Pro; GoPro releasing their gimbal as a standalone product; Casio announcing a GoPro competitor designed for low light; Think Tank have a new outlet; Instagram have more comment control features; and Olympus have suspended latest firmware for the EM-1 due to bug reports.
Thursday, 1 December 2016
I didn't bother posting updates for the last two weeks, as there wasn't much new worth talking about. It's still the same for the last week, but though I'd better give a quick summary for the rest of November.