How Photographers can benefit from a Capture One Workflow (via Shotkit.com)

Here is an article I put together for shotkit.com When people talk about what they do with post-processing workflows, it’s sometimes easy to assume there is a magic “one size fits all” process you can follow. There isn’t. Workflows are … Continue reading How Photographers can benefit from a Capture One Workflow (via Shotkit.com)

Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DG DN Art Review

It’s been a while since I posted a review. Work has been busy, and I’ve barely had enough time for photography, let alone reviews. I have, however, had access to a couple of new toys, hence this review.

Sigma has been doing some amazing things in recent times. Gone are the days of big heavy, oversized monsters that required you to have a Sherpa with you at all times. Some of the bags taken up Mount Everest are smaller than the old Sigma ARTs.

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Mindshift Rotation 180 34L v2

Occasionally I get access to pre-release gear through my writing job at http://www.shotkit.com. As a photography geek, it’s exciting, although my wife fails to see the appeal.

I’ve been fortunate enough to have access to the Think Tank Mindshift Rotation 180 34L since about February. Unfortunately I’ve had to keep my mouth shut the entire time which is a little like dating Keira Knightley and not being able to tell anyone about. Continue reading “Mindshift Rotation 180 34L v2”

HP Dragonfly 2 in 1 Review

I’ve been looking to shift to a hybrid/2 in 1 for some time now to complement my new desktop. I was hoping that would be with Apple but we’ll all know where that has gone. Maybe it will change with Apple’s switch to ARM, but with Apple’s attitude to what customer want, I probably had more chance of falling pregnant through wind pollination.

For those looking at the context of my switch, you can read about it here. I won’t bore you going through it again. Continue reading “HP Dragonfly 2 in 1 Review”