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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 […]

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Visiting family in Edinburgh last weekend, Saturday dawned misty and gloomy. My wife and daughters decided to have what they call an ‘Edinburgh Saturday’, which consists of a leisurely lunch, a couple of hours of shopping then cocktails somewhere. I am not at all welcome (thankfully) at such gatherings so I decided that, in spite […]

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Pentland pics

We went to Edinburgh last weekend with the intention of taking in some Festival Fringe shows. But the weather was far too good to sit in a dark theatre so I took myself to the Pentlands – wee hills on the outskirts of Edinburgh. I only had a couple of hours but wandered from the […]

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My resolve to do a day a week TGOC training  was weakened today when I saw the weather – chucking it down. But I had arranged my old pal, Border’s chiel, woodcarver Ian (he carved his own spork). I had been in Edinburgh for work so we arranged to meet at the Hillend car park. […]

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7 Pentland Hills

Our plans today were to head home from Edinburgh but my wife decided that she’s like to go with our daughter to the Ideal Home Show in Glasgow. This did not appeal to me one bit so I had a free day for a wee dauner in the Pentlands. I decided that, to reflect my […]

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