As 2010 turned into 2011, one of the things I decided I wanted to do was to spend more time behind my camera so I could improve my photography. I wanted to be far more deliberate in what I shot, when I shot, and how I shot. It was early July when I had a … Continue reading My Photography
For Christmas, Ana gave me a brand new Canon 7D to replace my trusty, but aging 30D. I can't believe I've had that 30D for four and a half years! Now that I've had a whopping 24 hours to play with it, I have to say that it's a larger and more impressive jump than I … Continue reading First Impressions: Canon 7D
Last night as we were leaving David's YMCA swim class, the sun was setting behind some clouds and it was already starting to get dark outside. A few blocks away, nestled among other buildings, the tower of the Cathedral caugh my eye; it was lit with several lights shining up on its sides which really … Continue reading That’s Really Pretty
Saturday we went back over to Monticello for their monthly running of their "Southern 401" steam engine. David enjoys trains period, but particularly likes the sights and sounds of the big steam engines. Between runs I got to take David up to the engine cabin so he could see everything, including the fire. On our … Continue reading Back to Monticello
I have created a page here where I will be sharing images I've cropped and re-sized to be used as iPhone wallpapers. Navigate to Wallpapers -> iPhone Wallpapers on the menu above (or go directly to the page here). I won't be noting new uploads here, so you'll need to just check back periodically.
In the first post in this series I discussed importing your photos into Lightroom and explained how I have Lightroom configured to import into a nicely organized, folder structure based on the import date. So you'd think I'd use this all the time, right?
One of the first hurdles users new to Lightroom run into is how to get to the images they have edited. It's common to think I imported them to the My Pictures folder, so I'll just use Windows Explorer to grab a copy.