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2017 Japan Winter Wildlife Photography Tour 1 Travelogue #2 (Podcast 562)

Having completed the first of my two Snow Monkeys & Hokkaido, Japan Winter Wildlife tours for 2017, today we continue our travelogue series to walk you through our adventures along with a selection of photographs. We pick up the trail today on day six. Last week we'd completed our last visit to the...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
4 Comments
  • Kelly Cannon
    Posted at 01:20h, 06 March Reply

    Martin, thanks for another great travelogue podcast. I think I like this kind (travelogues) best and get them most from them of all your podcasts. I have a question about your comment at the end re Capture One Pro’s ability to copy/paste being an another advantage over Lightroom. I don’t use Capture One, but I am a Lightroom user and I’m considering making the switch. In LR, I frequently copy adjustments from one image to others via the Copy and Paste buttons in the Develop module, and this seems to work well. I’m wondering if you can explain how this feature in LR differs from C1’s copy/paste and why is C1’s better? Thanks!

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 09:12h, 06 March Reply

      Hi Kelly,

      I’m pleased you enjoy these travelogues.

      If you actually can do that, it would seem that I just missed that feature in Lightroom. I don’t have time to check right now, but I didn’t know that was possible, so that’s a point back for Lightroom.

      Cheers,
      Martin.

  • Eric Bier
    Posted at 08:03h, 06 March Reply

    I like my skies, which are often clear and blue here in San Diego, better when I adjust the Hue toward magenta using the Targeted Adjustment Tool in the HSL panel of Lightroom.

    Here is a great article about Capture One and Lightroom by Martin Evening: http://bit.ly/2luaQSr

    I enjoy your podcasts. Thank you!!

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 09:13h, 06 March Reply

      Thanks Eric! I’m sure I’d work with what I had if I lived in San Diego, but personally, I prefer grey, textured skies. 🙂

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