I’ve had a phone with a camera for more than 10 years but I have always thought of it as a device for quick family snaps and making records of things I want to remember. The camera on my previous phone (iPhone 5) was OK but I preferred to carry a compact camera (currently a […]
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Posted in photography on Oct 11th, 2016
A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by a Danish company called Sleeklens, who asked if I would be interested in reviewing some of their Lightroom or Photoshop presets for landscape photographers. Sleeklens offer a photo editing service but it looks to me like they mainly focus on developing Lightroom and Photoshop workflows (presets and […]
Posted in photography on Aug 2nd, 2016
I’ve used Adobe Lightroom for several years for managing photographs and doing minor image manipulations – altering brightness, exposure and colours and fixing minor spots and blemishes. I’ve never used Photoshop but I recently signed up for Adobe’s Creative Cloud to get the latest version of Lightroom. This includes Photoshop so I downloaded it and […]
I take photos when I’m out and about, even on dull days. But, mostly, these turn out to be a bit flat and lifeless – records of where I’ve been – and they are not particularly interesting photographs in their own right. Worse, they sometimes don’t really reflect the landscape as I saw it. Assuming […]