Well it arrived a day early and above is the first ever 'snap' taken with the Nikon Z6ii. Acer and my pond if you are struggling to work it out. So everything in manual mode and the most important parts to in camera stuff, focus peaking enabled and auto ISO on. Auto ISO as I may want a fixed aperture and set shutter speed so the Auto ISO can balance out the triangle and focus peaking just to give me a helping hand, if it's in focus you get thin red outlines....a wonder of this modern digital age.
Into lightroom and straight over to Photoshop Image Size unlock the constrain icon type in * 1.66 in the top measurement and there you have it...letterbox imagery...save it back to lightroom and faffle away. Probably create an action in Photoshop to help with the heavy lifting.
So I can see lots of projects that I want to do swirling about in my head, all I need to do is apply myself and get on with it. I've started a letterbox gallery up, as yet unpopulated but it will be over the next few months. Until the next time.
What's all this then????
An unyeilding torrent of Photo babbel full of unconfirmed facts and manufactured photo drivel.. take from it what you like, it won't change the world but may leave you feeling nauseous...