Landscape photography is all about capturing emotion. Photojournalism and war photography are two genres that are capable of capturing the despair of human suffering and offering up blatant tear-jerking visuals for the unsuspecting. Landscape, along with still life and abstract minimalism, is at the opposite end of the emotive spectrum.
Sharpening is one of the most taxing aspects of the digital process and consequently many photographers prefer to stick to safe and secure ways, either using presets, plug-ins, exporting to Photoshop or ultimately using JPEGs straight from camera. The X-Trans sensor produces wonderful JPEGs, and all the usual advice about always shooting in Raw doesn’t necessarily hold true anymore. There are now many professional photographers who happily shoot JPEG using X-Series cameras all the time and have no complaints. JPEGs are […]