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Tag : Lightroom

Yet Another Jumping Spider

Those who know me know that I have a love hate relationship with spiders, I love some of them (e.g., Jumping Spiders) yet hate others (e.g., Wolf / Trap Door Spiders). Nonetheless, I have a view that I can’t allow one to hang around and not another (I am spider non-discriminatory) so I tend to let most of them hang around in the backyard. The jumping spider is one of my favorite types of spiders, there is something about this […]

Adobe Lightroom & the Sony A7R IV

I recently moved into the Sony mirrorless ecosystem, and with that change came much larger resolution images (and accordingly larger filesizes). Whilst previously I had used an older version of Lightroom (LR6) for my cataloguing, since the Sony A7R IV is not supported (as the software is too old), I needed to look to alternatives for tools which would allow me to catalogue and edit my images. I have always been somewhat loathed to use the Adobe CC suite (e.g. […]

Landscape Workflow

I love landscape photography, and love capturing images and panoramas of the natural and built environments. The natural environment is fairly self-explanatory however, for those who are not aware the built environment typically refers to things that have been built, most commonly buildings but in this context I mean cityscapes and those sort of things. Whilst the tools and software that I use varies depending on the needs of the environment and photos, I wanted to do a brief post […]