Camera’s Worst Enemies – Humidity, Fungus

Why High Humidity is bad for your equipment High levels of humidity can damage your lenses and certain parts of your camera body. Fungus grows in between lens elements and under the lens coatings. Once fungus gets started, it causes blurring parts of your photographs. If you like to store your equipment in camera bags, dark cupboards, or basements then you are in for trouble. Fungus or Mould like dark, humid places where there is little, or no movement of air. Keeping your camera in storage for too long is inviting disaster. Lenses and cameras need to be kept in … Read more…

Instant JPEG From RAW Free Utility

We all supposed to shoot in RAW to get best result, or at least that is what is taught by all except guys like Ken Rockwell. RAW is the digital Negative, and JPEG is frowned upon as a inferior product as far as the purity of Information captured during Photography. But most of my friends don’t listen to my preaching that Raw is great. They shoot either with JPEG only or if I am around RAW + JPEG. Let us see why JPEG is so favored. The file size is small, the generation of JPEG is fast, It does not … Read more…