Well I must say that 2015 didn't really start out the best, recovering from my broken back and all, but it sure turned into a stellar year for adventure and photography. We visited a few countries we had not been to before and re-visited some old favourites. One of the things I love about putting together posts that include our most beautiful photos of the year is being able to re-live each moment. Scrolling through my photos is almost like being there in the moment again. I think that is one of the things that I love about photography. It captures that moment in time and stirs up the emotions and memories of what it was like to experience it in real time.
It was a changing year for my photography as I switched from being a long time Canon user to a Sony Mirrorless convert. Let me tell you it was the best thing I could have done. I am so happy with not only the quality of the images and durability of the Sony system but the weight difference has been a real blessing on my back.
I also changed my processing techniques. I used to process all of my images solely in Lightroom but have since moved to a combination of Lightroom and Photoshop. Thanks to my friend Elia Locardi's Photographing The World: Landscape Photography & Post-processing tutorial (which I highly recommend and will be writing an in-depth review in the coming weeks) that he produced in conjunction with the amazing guys over at F-Stoppers, I was able to elevate my processing and in-camera techniques to another level. I can't wait to continue learning and improving in 2016.
So as 2015 comes to a close and a new year begins sit back and enjoy these glorious destinations from around the world from yours truly....