Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Great DNG Conversion Race!

Right, I have just started converting a little over nine thousand Canon Raw files to DNG. I have used DNG for personal projects and family photos for while, but had resisted converting my landscape and travel photos to DNG. Until now. I’m using Adobe Lightroom’s built-in DNG converter, and opting to discard the original raw […]

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The Joe Cornish Gallery Summer Open Exhibition 2012

I attended the launch of the Summer Open Exhibition at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton a couple of weeks ago. I was delighted to learn that three of my prints had been chosen to be displayed at the exhibition, so I went along to see the photos in situ and to see what my […]

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Provence? No, Surrey.

I’ve just spent a great hour or so visiting a new place which is a fantastic seasonal photo location – Mayfield Lavender in Carshalton/Banstead, Surrey, just half an hour from  central London. The lavender here is in full bloom in June and July, and one of the varieties grown at Mayfield (Lavandula Angustifolia Folgate) is […]

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