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Month: April 2018
I am not a great fan of editing. I always try to get it right in camera. Getting to grips with Lightroom 6 has made me recognise opportunities and I wanted to share some of my progress from the last few days.
I now have 4 older Nikkor manual metal lenses and each is an engineering masterpiece. The glass, the metal milling and the smooth operation feel just right, as lenses should. Solid, well made, compact and quality sum them up rather well.
Today we had 2 little deliveries from NinjaFrederick within an hour and a half. Luckily they were dead! Over the last weeks we have had live mice and even a living blackbird, all screeching in his jaws! And yes the living are captured and returned to the garden.
In preparation for an corporate event job where I need to deliver pictures “real-time” I have been playing with Lightroom. I am creating a set of “presets” to recover images from the immediate problems that I know I will encounter. I will make them available to Youtube followers once I have finished the development process...
Karen decided to snap away whilst I was looking in my dream window. The second hand window at the Sauter Store in Munich. I am the one on the far right with a “cig & rucksack” Enjoy Alex.,
Within Munich are some rather nice quarters. Some are impressive for their architecture, others for their “hustle bustle”. South of Sendlinger Tor there is an area which has a large and very old city graveyard. The grave stones are old and many are very ornamented. Some are damaged from bombs during WWII others are just