Author: Richard

San Bruno Mountain

San Bruno Mountain– a state and county park – usually has a lot of spring flowers. So, I went there thinking of hiking the Saddle Trail – great views, easy hike and probably some flowers. Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t very

Duality — a new exhibit with Stephen Kane

The show closed on April 24.   Didn’t make the show?  See a video of the show here. Photography and Photo Art Stephen Kane and Richard Zimmerman Canessa Gallery 708 Montgomery Street San Francisco For more about Stephen Kane see his

Noise Reduction

For a test, just a test, I set my new Fuji X-T3 ISO to 12,800 the other night. I was surprised by the results – the pictures were usable. Yes, grainy and there is a loss of resolution but still,

In the Clouds

So two things have happened since we last ‘spoke.’ One, I now have a Fujifilm X-T3. Great camera…I think – I’m still getting familiar with it. More on that in a later post. The other thing is that Adobe released

More on RAW Processing

I have continued ‘testing’ RAW convertors. Since Capture 1 Express doesn’t work for me and because Skylum introduced Luminar with Libraries I decided to compare Lightroom/Photoshop, On1-2109 and Luminar 3. I’m surprised by what I’ve found Couple of things: I’m

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