'Where's the Brew Stop? The off-road cycle touring website'. About off- road cycle touring routes, cyclist’s cafes, off-road cycle touring, local group events and good photos. For cyclists who love off-road leisure cycling in Northern England
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Cyclist’s Guide to Photography
Cyclist’s Guide to Photography I describe myself has heavy duty cycling photographer, who carries a lot photo equipment when I go out on cycle ride. In 2019 move from using a bridge camera to using SLR Digital Camera and currently own two Pentax K-70 bodies and six lens. In this section of the Where’s the Brew Stop? The off - road cycle touring website, I am going answer some questions folk keep asking me about photography and what I am using regards photo equipment, I am no photo expert, I am just cyclist that enjoys taking good photos of the cycle rides that I do and photos of the plants in my back garden. Photo editing software and photo plugins. I currently use Ashampoo Photo Commander for importing my photos from my cameras on to my laptop, then use Affinity Photo for photo editing and do additional photo editing in these photo plugins: Filter Forge, Topaz DeNoise Al, Topaz Adjust Al, Topaz Sharpen Al and Topaz Studio 2. Also do some photo editing in Xara Designer Pro X which use mainly editing this website. I will keep updating this section but does take time write these sort web pages and welcome some feedback from you if you found the page on Photo editing software and photo plugins useful or not. This section was last updated on the 15th April 2021 and find out other updates to the website on the What’s New Page.