Photography is a learning curve and there are always new skills to learn (and things you know about to forget!)
Digital Photography brings a number of advantages over film not the least of which is the ability to see exposures instantly on the back of the camera. Seeing your photographs instantly, accelerates the learning curve but can lead to laziness. It is good practice not to become too reliant on the Tech as this can sometimes let you down. I find it useful to shoot just JPGs occasionally to encourage me to pay more attention to exposure and white balance without the 'safety net' of the post processing tolerance of a RAW file.
I have started to participate in a number of on-line forums. I have been pleasantly surprised by the community of Photographers on dpreview and the Fuji X-Forum sites particularly.
There was a very interesting thread on the Fuji X-Forum relating to significant post processing that I applied to one of my photographs from Iceland. Strong and articulate responses to the question on whether significant Post Processing represents the image as a lie.
I learned from a forum discussion on Post Processing X-Trans RAW files that Adobe Lightrooms default RAW processing is a little overly aggressive and removes subtle color tone from images if not managed carefully. I have since updated my defaults to reduce the default values as I find this works better with the Fuji RAW files.
Places I have seen
I have been lucky enough to visit some interesting locations in 2016. I was able to enjoy the beauty of the Cornish Coast in the UK, the iconic City of Venice and the scenic Lake Garda in Italy. All of the photos below were taken with my Fuji X-T1
Cornwall has some of the most beautiful coastline in the UK and if the weather behaves the light can be amazing. These Photographs were taken near the town of Padstow.