It’s been a year already since I started my switch from micro 4/3 to Fuji.
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Hey everyone! Yes! I am still alive!
Up here in Quebec, it's the Spring break this week. Spring seems so far away, but the kids have a one week holiday. The weather is warmer too so I think we will have fun outside this week.
Photographers go into different phases in their development. I think you can learn all your life if you stay open-minded. Some people say they reached enlightenment at one point in their journey... just to discover the next step ahead. I think we all go through those stages.
Every week for the last 6 years, I have been listening to a great podcast named This Week in Photo. Many things have changed over the years, especially the last one. Here is an interview with Frederick Van Johnson who is hosting the show.
Mirrorless Journey is still new, but It grows up faster than I thought it would. Do you wonder which posts have been the most popular in 2014? Read on :)
This is the time of the year to think about 2014 and plan 2015.
When thinking about focal length, many people only think about longer reach or wider field of view. Three things are important to understand about focal length and how they affect your lens choice.
I like Keira Knightley. She is gorgeous, but it isn't just that. There is something about her eyes, her penetrating gaze. In a recent interview, she made a statement about photography that stired the fire under some people. Was she right?
This is a list of the 10 things I love the most about Mirrorless Cameras. I'm sure I'm forgetting some. :)
Here is a list of online ressources for news, inspiration and learning.
Hyperfocal distance is a really useful concept to know, especially for landscape and street photography.
You can now get free presets when you sign up on Mirrorless Journey.
First thing first: I do not intend to spam you with tons of emails. I want to build a list of people interested on what is published on this website. I will send you emails from time to time with news and promotions on Mirrorless Journey. The list is for myself only, I will not share it with other people or businesses.
What do you get? Some useful presets that I use on a regular basis for my work.
- 3 Sharpen Presets: Portrait, Landscape and Animals.
- 3 Vignette Presets: Light, Medium and Strong.
- A Preset to remove red/orange color cast from the skin tones.
All you have to do is sign up on the front page or just below here.
Two years ago, I had a revelation: Smaller camera doesn't mean lesser image quality. This is my Journey from Full Frame to Mirrorless cameras
New blog coming soon :)