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Leica M8 with Rawtherapee

These were mainly shot at f/4 although Leica digital cameras cannot record aperture as there is no data link between the lens and the body. I quite like the B&W preset profiles in Rawtherapee – there are 4 to choose from. 1/125s, iso160 1/250s, iso160 1/250s, iso640 1/180s, iso320 1/125s, iso160 1/250s, iso160 1/250s, iso160 […]

Rawtherapee

Have been doing a bit more experimentation with rawtherapee – it’s possible to build custom profiles and up till now I’ve mainly just used bundled profiles. For example it’s possible to create a “unprocessed” profile and then use that as a starting point rather than starting with a bundled profile and then tweaking that, and […]

Branscombe

Amazingly for a bank holiday Monday the weather was not bad. There was quite a bit of sea fog near the south Devon coast yesterday, especially round the Exe estuary, but there was still plenty of sun at Branscombe although there was some fog at times. Branscombe has an excellent pub called The Masons Arms […]

Weymouth

Still using the D3100 for this trip to Weymouth, hoping to get the Ricoh GR soon, but it has not yet been released for general sale, so still a couple of weeks I expect, possibly longer. The weather was a bit dull, but luckily not raining. I have done some experimenting with presets in Rawtherapee, […]

Square

Just testing out the ability of the Ricoh GRD IV when it comes to shooting square format. It actually allows you to shoot RAW (DNG) in 4:3, 2:3, 16:9 or 1:1 which is quite handy. I think there are a number of advantages with square format, the main being that you do not need to […]

West Somerset Railway

Surprisingly for a bank holiday weekend the weather was not too bad The good thing about the West Somerset Railway is that it does not involve more than a few minutes driving each way They always have a good selection of real ales in the buffet car At Williton there is normally another train going […]