It seems my camera gear is hardly used these days, so I took a walk recently, at our local St James Lake. The lake is just 5 minutes walk from my front door. The path around it is well established and maintained, so it really is a good place to take a walk. I have…
Winter nights are not a time when I would choose to go out in the snow. But the shadows in the snow cast by the house lights on the fresh garden snow really intrigued me enough to take a camera outside.
Caught My Eye This Week – 13 January This is a slightly new approach for Travels of the Hairy1. Reading other blogs and articles of interest, especially in my own niche, is a key part of staying up to date and keeping the ideas flowing. In any week I will read, probably a few dozen…
Google Photos is incredibly useful when you are travelling and taking photos. But you need to know a couple of tricks to REALLY use it effectively.
Lunch in the garden on a sunny day on holiday in recently not so sunny Durban, South Africa. Hillcrest to be a bit more precise.
Interesting! I had to try this! I came across #snapseed recently. What better way to try it but to pick a pretty mundane “I was there” photo. This thing could be fun! Busy times, so it has been a few days since I shared Otto Münchow’s blog about Snapseed. I have subsequently used it to…
Snapseed – an interesting piece of software delivering the ability to process photos on Android. Spotted this excellent picture and had to re-blog it.
The best camera for the job is the camera in your hand.
No snow. No winter photos. But we have to keep on shooting.
A great way to chill out on a sunny winter Saturday – with a camera at the lake down the road.
Sunrise photos are hard work, but always rewarding (in the end).
Autumn leaves and tree reflections in the lake under a blue sky.