Oddest map via
Oddest map via
Out riding, nowhere
Yesterday, I posted a real "pop" rendering of this photo. One raw file, split into three jpegs and then HDR processed through Corel Paintshop Pro X7 - I toned down the garishness, liked the emphasis of the detail but in the end, didn't like the clouds and pseudo CA.
This one is Lightroom 6 / CC 2015 - just global adjustments. I think it's more natural, it doesn't have the punch but I like it
LR 6 / CC 2015 installed using the Creative Crowd applet on Windows 8.1 - alongside LR 5.7 for me. I had to uninstall LR 5.7 through Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs later. Also LR 6 wouldn't launch. I had to sign out of the CC applet, then sign in again
I'm a Photography plan subscriber and just upgraded my copy of LR from 5.7.1 to 6.0 through the Creative Cloud Application. Unfortunately, when I click on
I don't think I need fast AF or fps for this one eh
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Sunday, last weekend. Enjoyed the visuals. This weekend is more brooding :-)
Matesand were talking about biscuits, chocolate, in the context of exploring composition and subject in my blue buildings series.
Window dressing is an art
Exploring with old shoes
Here's a lovely song for those travelling home after a long day
Clearly, the young man is exploring the difference between bokeh (the creaminess of the out of focus areas) against the ability to blur the areas.
Mr Burger isn't here right now, but I'm happy to take your cash....
I've got this little thing called a Smartphone. Oh, you've got one too?
Nice colours mate. Where did you park?
Communicate when you get on stage, they said.