The blog of a Sci-Fi Geek

Thu 17 April , 08

The Peak District by Camera

Filed under: D3, Derbyshire, Lightroom, Peak District — SFG @ 22:35

A week ago today I took a trip for four days in the Derbyshire dales in England with a couple of others for a photography trip

Nick (the organiser of the trip) is setting up a permanent site for a collection of images.
I have sorted through and picked my favourite 60 from the trip (a random number Nick seemingly plucked from the air. It was tough whittling all my images down to that few, I don’t mind telling you.

Once the final site is up and running I’ll post back with it, until then you can view my images at my Peak District by Camera temporary site.

In other related news, I downloaded version 1.4.1 of Adobe Lightroom and I have to say it’s probably the most intuitive professional application I have ever had the privilege  of using. Everything’s where you would expect it to be. The interface is clear and very well laid out. The only sticking point I’ve needed help with was getting captions to show in the web preview.
I’ll certainly be buying a licence for it before the demo version runs out.



  1. impressive


    Comment by this teachers life — Sat 3 May , 08 @ 10:38

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