I suspect that I’m not the only one whose photographic ‘desires’ are being frustrated with the Covid-19 ‘lockdown’, and who is instead turning to the furry beings inside one’s home, as unwilling models. This is Lola. Lola is a majestic seventeen years old, and still going (fairly) strong. She is the oldest living being inContinue reading “Her Name is Lola…”
I mentioned recently that I have a preset on Adobe Lightroom. It doesn’t appear to be possible for WordPress to accept this kind of file – an XMP file. I’ve contacted WordPress Support, but for the moment, this is what the file looks like: If you want to get that into your copy of Lightroom,Continue reading “The Venice Effect”
In my quest to bring you good technical links, the below is a two-part series on workflow in Adobe Lightroom. RAW Photo Workflow In Lightroom, Part One: Creative Expression Thoroughly recommended.
Here’s a short tutorial on Shutterbug on mastering the Hue, Saturation & Luminance controls in Adobe Lightroom. I have a Lightroom tutorial sitting in my drafts folder, and I need to get it done. It will take you through the process of geotagging all of your photographs, so that each has an accurate longitude andContinue reading “Master Hue, Saturation & Luminance in Lightroom”
Italy is quite possibly my favourite place in the world, and we visited Rome in January of 2020. This photograph was shot near to Vatican City (41°54’8.244″ N 12°27’34.174″ E). When we first got to this street, there was a young couple sitting on the stairs, and although that might have ticked the ‘romantic’ box,Continue reading “Italy Street Scene”