Since closing my photography tuition business and website in 2019, I have trialled a few different platforms to publish my photography and thoughts as tutor emeritus. None really suited my requirement for flexibility and contingency, so PhotoBoffin.co.uk is back!
You can expect photo posts, photography articles and perhaps tutorials. At some point, I may even offer one-to-one tuition again. We’ll see.
This is, of course, the main lake at Englethwaite Hall Caravan and Motorhome Club site, as featured in my post last year,
Autumn Therapy at Englethwaite Hall.
It’s now six and a half months since we were here last, and our first caravanning trip since, due to the long and arduous England Covid 19 lockdown 3.
Continue reading “Spring Therapy at Englethwaite Hall”
This is the lovely railway station platform at Grange-Over-Sands in the Lake District.
The photo was taken at approximately 3pm on the 21st September 2019. I recently developed this file again with Luminar AI, and I am quite pleased with the results.
Continue reading “Railway Station at Grange-Over-Sands”
Since Adobe made lightroom subscription only, I have trialled many other RAW development and photo editing software packages, including On1 Photo RAW and Luminar.
Luminar seems to be getting more coherent and more inline with what I expect from RAW development and photo processing software, with each incarnation.
Continue reading “Luminar AI or On1 Photo RAW?”
This is the Menai Bridge crossing the Menai Straight which separates the isle of Anglesey from mainland Wales. The photo was taken at around 3pm on the 12th August 2020.
I took a few exposures bearing in mind the dynamic range and options for HDR processing and other exposure compositing options.
Continue reading “Sun Over Menai Bridge”
This is the main lake at Englethwaite Hall Caravan and Motorhome Club site, near Carlisle in Cumbria.
The photo was taken at 12:45pm on the 14th of October 2020 and recently developed with excellent Luminar AI from a single RAW file.
Continue reading “Autumn Therapy at Englethwaite Hall”