When people ask "what's the secret to doing xyz?" or "what's the fastest way to learn abc?", all they're looking for are shortcuts. you'll never really get good at something by being lazy and not putting in the work. it takes hours upon hours of hard work and dedication in order to be good at anything
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Chocolate and peanut butter tart - where calories don’t count after the second slice.👀 __
i survived my first day back at school! i was asked to hold 2 workshops at rushcliffe school where we made ginger noodle curry along with popcorn snack bars.🍿 ___
so much of my job is spent behind a screen, a lense or in the kitchen so it was lovely to be able to get interactive. everyone was so enthusiastic and the students were amazing!
These were also shot with the minolta 35mm 2.8 on my canon m50 with a viltrox speed booster. i swear to baby jesus that i did not mess with the clarity slider. i did bump the hell out of the dehaze, like +27ish. this lens gives some crazy bloom to any light source, witch is fine but in this case it really washed out the images. vintage lenses are a must though! please get one and show me what bangers ya’ll get!
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The alarm went off at 5am to take this image.. trekking up stob beinn a' chrulaiste in the dark, not knowing for sure where you're going (other than up!) added to the pre-dawn excitement. as it turned out the sun did not play game that november morning, i could see it hitting the mountains around me, but it never graced the buachaille. at the time disappointment sunk in, but every cloud has a silver lining... i will return for the image in the new year, when the buachaille will be fully displayed in its full winter glory.
this is a 5 image panoroma taken just after sunrise at 7.50am.
Autumn in cloughleagh, co. wicklow. i took this shot a number of weeks ago on a quick trip to cloughleagh. those woods are just an amazing place for any landscape photographer and every time i go there i come away with totally different images. i hope you like this one. 📷: canon eos r, ef 16-35mm f4l @ 16mm - 3.2 second exposure at f16 iso 50
Simply edit of my images from c300mkii
hullhd, 120p, clog...
i added only contrast and saturation🙂
a little bit shadows and highlights
do you use dvinci resolve for postprocess? #davinciresolve#postproduction