Author: Richard

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 …

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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 …

Duality — a new exhibit with Stephen Kane Read More »

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, …

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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 …

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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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