After much consideration, I have decided to move my blogging efforts over to Medium.com. The ability to easily attract a solid readership and support from the community were the key factors in my decision to make the jump. I may still post occasionally here if the topic warrants it, but for the majority of my work will be featured on my Medium profile. See you there!
On my recent trip to the U.K. and Norway I carried with me two photographic tools; my trusty Olympus OMD E-M5 II and my iPhone 7 Plus. My primary reason for bringing a dedicated camera was to capture the incredible vistas I was sure to encounter in the Norwegian fjords with some condideration for general travel photography for time spent in the U.K. I even packed my 12-50mm lens so I would not miss out on any wide-angle shots that landscape photographers love so much. So that was my plan...use the Olympus for the serious shots and the iPhone for candid "on-the-go" photos...except that's not how things worked out.
If you know anyone who’s big into photography then it’s only a matter of time before the subject of “shooting in RAW” will come up. It’s inevitable. That’s what the pros do right? They shoot RAW because it’s just better….or is it? And now that the iPhone with iOS 10 can support RAW it’s time to take a closer look to see if it’s something to get excited about.