KenBPhoto

Lives in United Kingdom Oundle, United Kingdom
Joined on Apr 24, 2021
About me:

Photographer currently living in the UK. Into all types of imagery.

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  • With a polarizing filter, it does one thing, it polarizes light.  If a $10 filter polarizes light as good as a $400 filter why by anything other than a $10 filter? There are other factors though.  ...
  • Lower ISO will result in lower noise generally speaking.  The shutter speed shouldn't affect noise unless you're doing something like astrophotography and shooting 20 minute exposures.
  • If you are happy with it then don't worry about it.  If your not, then try something different.  I think they look fine.  When photographing birds sometimes I want wing blur.  But I want the eye ...
  • Yes, the noise reduction in LR is second to none.  In your workflow that is the last thing to do before you export the image.  Keep in mind your post-production work will add some noise to your ...
  • I purchased a used Nikon D750.  Good price for an excellent camera. For lenses, I would spend what you can afford.  They tend to stick around for several cameras.  I also don't hesitate to buy some ...
  • As long as you are happy with the images I would say, do what you like.  I would always lean towards shooting through less glass.  The quality of the ND comes into play though.  I use both for ...
  • How funny. I moved to the UK last year and discovered seabird colonies. Puffins, Gannets, and all kinds of cool birds. I normally do landscapes but find birds really interesting. The park near my ...
  • You are probably metering too high and the sun (highlights) are being blown out. You can fix this in a couple of different ways. You could use an ND grad filter to try to equalize the light in the ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Gannet Party
    Taken at Bempton Cliffs.  The downpour started after I snapped this picture.
    Placed 34th in the challenge. Taken at Bempton Cliffs. The downpour started after I snapped this picture.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Stretching
    Photograph of a mandarin duck.  Taken from a bird hide in the late afternoon.  Some vegetation between me and him which caused some problems but I was able to get one good shot.
    Placed 42nd in the challenge. Photograph of a mandarin duck. Taken from a bird hide in the late afternoon. Some vegetation between me and him which caused some problems but I was able to get one good shot.
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    Ken-Brann-8454
  • I have to agree. I have several plugins for lightroom like Luminar but I have never seen anything that can replace it. Here is a video on Virtual Images and Snapshots. It covers how LR does ...
  • If you're interested in LR here is a video that does a pretty good job explaining the differences between a Snapshot and a Virtual Copy in LR. I tend to use them both with a photo over time. I do ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Puffin on the Cliff
    Taken at Bempton Cliffs, UK in between rain squalls.
    Placed 22nd in the challenge. Taken at Bempton Cliffs, UK in between rain squalls.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Gannets
    Taken at Bempton Cliffs, UK in between rain squalls.
    Placed 47th in the challenge. Taken at Bempton Cliffs, UK in between rain squalls.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Gannet
    Shot at Bempton Cliffs, UK.
    Placed 25th in the challenge. Shot at Bempton Cliffs, UK.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Tower Bridge at Night
    Taken by St. Katharine Docks.  Spent the evening taking pictures of the bridge from different angles.
    Placed 36th in the challenge. Taken by St. Katharine Docks. Spent the evening taking pictures of the bridge from different angles.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Southwick Hall in Spring
    Taken at Southwick Hall near Oundle, UK.  The grounds in front of the hall are covered in Daffodils.  I was a little late in the season but they still looked pretty good.  Had hoped for more high clouds to reflect the sunset.
    Placed 27th in the challenge. Taken at Southwick Hall near Oundle, UK. The grounds in front of the hall are covered in Daffodils. I was a little late in the season but they still looked pretty good. Had hoped for more high clouds to reflect the sunset.
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
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  • Replied in ND question
    I use them all the time when photographing waterfalls.  My YouTube site is in my profile.  Go and watch my videos on waterfall photography.  If you think about it, no more light is falling on the ...
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