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This has to be one of my all time favourite shots of Vienna. When we first travelled there it was in the middle of winter. While it was cold outside, it was also very peaceful. We were staying in the heart of the city and every morning we would be awoken by the gentle sounds of horse hooves on the cobblestone streets outside.

On one particularly cold day we had wrapped up well and were down in one of the squares near where we were staying. All the horse and carriages were gathering there as they headed into the palace. I caught this scene in the corner of my eye and managed to capture it before it was gone. I loved the fact that the passengers were peaking out from inside the cab of the carriage.
This has to be one of my all time favourite shots of Vienna. When we first travelled there it was in the middle of winter. While it was cold outside, it was also very peaceful. We were staying in t...
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A Morning Walk by the river in the Dublin Sunshine - Thomas Fitzgerald Photography - Google+
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Hey, I now have a google plus page too, so if you're following me please add my page to your circles too! It's where I'll be posting most stuff from now on!
Street, Travel & Mirrorless Photography by Thomas Fitzgerald
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I was walking through the parks in Dublin the other day, and it was nice and quiet, and the thick covering of leaves on the trees was almost hypnotic, so I started filming some of the leaves dancing, for fun.  I put together this abstract little video of the dance of leaves as they gently blow in the wind. 
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Ok, time to shoot some film methinks!
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a little video I made...
 
In case you missed it from last week: Video: Autumn in the Park #SonyA6000 http://buff.ly/1MS4odN
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Trying out my Nikon 24-120 f/4 lens on the Sony A6000 and got really nice results. I wrote all about it here: http://blog.thomasfitzgeraldphotography.com/blog/2015/6/summer-flowers-sony-a6000-with-nikon-24-120

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Good to see Adobe working on this....
One of the interesting tidbits, buried in the list of bug fixes for the Lightroom CC update that was released yesterday was a mention of improvements to Fuji X-Trans processing in Lightroom. Any long term follower of this blog, knows that Lightroom’s poor quality X-Trans  rendering has long been a bug bear of mine, and I’ve sought ways to minimise it and ways to avoid it altogether. In the announcement yesterday, Adobe has dealt with t...
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There was a nice little surprise for Sony A6000 owners yesterday when Sony announced a new firmware for the camera. Version 2 added one big new feature, and that is the XAVC-S codec. Up till now, if you were recording video on the A6000 you were stuck with the rather awful AVC-HD codec and a low bit rate, and frankly the quality wasn't the best. You could record uncompressed HD from the HDMI port on the camera, and having tried that in the past, the difference is remarkable. But adding an external recorder defeats the purpose of having a small camera. With the new firmware, Sony is adding a much better codec and the results are pretty great.
There was a nice little surprise for Sony A6000 owners yesterday when Sony announced a new firmware for the camera. Version 2 added one big new feature, and that is the XAVC-S codec. Up till now, if you were recording video on the A6000 you were stuck with the rather awful AVC-HD codec and a low bit rate, and frankly the quality wasn't the best. You could record uncompressed HD from the HDMI port on the camera, and having tried that in ...
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