Category Archives: Cuba Travel Blog
Cool Cab – Hold It Right There!
I continue to be blown away by what modern AI-powered processing tools can do with early digital photos. This photo was taken from the back of a very jittery 1950s Ford Consul, by someone unfamiliar with my camera, in fading … Continue reading
Does a Photograph Portray the Subject, or the Photographer?
Mike Johnston (no relation) over at The Online Photographer has recently run a number of articles discussing the extent to which the photographer adjusts the “look” of a photograph (see What Should a Photo Look Like?) His primary examples were … Continue reading
Cuba Portfolio Now Online
I’ve finally managed to publish my photography portfolio from Cuba. Take a look and let me know what you think… Apologies if you use the RSS feed for my album – this will be fixed in a day or two. Continue reading
It’s Only Taken a Year…
I don’t know whether anyone else has this problem, but it can take me an inordinate amount of time to process photos from larger trips and events. Today is the anniversary of my return from my Cuba trip (as I’ve … Continue reading
Something Fast, Something VERY Slow
After an inevitable delay while I set up my new PC, I’m finally back to sorting out some images. The new beast certainly does what I wanted it to. Processing an 18MP RAW file on the old laptop took up … Continue reading
Back to the Street
After a week of beautiful but desolate landscapes in Iceland, I fancied a bit of colour and vibrance from Cuba. This was the first shot in the list, and a bit intriguing. It’s definitely one way of keeping your car … Continue reading
Don’t Rush to Judgement
As soon as I’ve downloaded a shoot from my cameras, I do a quick scan of the in-camera JPEG files, and usually mark about half of the images for deletion. Those which are irrecoverable go straight to the wastebasket, the … Continue reading
Street Life – Cuban Style…
Just a quick update on the shots from my Cuba trip last year. This scene made me giggle at the time, and the photo amused me again. Does it work for you? Continue reading
Image Stabilisation – Know Your Limits?
I’ve blogged previously on the other merits of Canon’s wonderful EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM lens, but not really its image stabilisation characteristics. This shot from Cuba shows how good the lens is in that respect. The above is an … Continue reading
Back to Cuba!
Not literally, unfortunately, but I’m finally getting on top of my shots from last November’s trip, and I thought I’d share some of them with you. Here’s one I rather liked of a green car under dappled light on the … Continue reading
Cuba Travel Blog – Quick Update
If you want to read all my articles in chronological order, you can now do so at www.andrewj.com/blog/cuba. Continue reading
Cuba Photo Notes
“Photographer’s paradise” is probably putting it far too strongly, but Cuba does provide easy access to a great range of material in almost every genre: fashion and international sports might be a bit of a challenge (unless you bring some … Continue reading