I’ve finally had the chance to go through and edit some of my photos from a family holiday back in September. It was the first holiday I’ve hand in a few years so I thought I’d share some of them here.
It was also a good excuse to try out the new iPad version of Darkroom. It worked pretty well, although there were a few bugs I hit when editing a number of photos in quick succession.
Great video from one of the most interesting YouTubers I’ve come across in last year, we’ll worht 20 minutes of your time to think about the importance of meaning in your creative work.
I’ve long been a user of Darkroom on my iPhone, and always wanted it for my iPad. The MacStories Team have a good overview of the new update, I’m looking forward to giving it a try with my holiday photos from September that I’ve yet to get round to processing in Lightroom.
Went for a walk in the evening sun last Sunday, took the opportunity to take some more photos as I went. Since I stopped using Instagram I’ve noticed I’ve stopped taking as many photos, trying to change that.
The Championship kicked off today, I made it a long to Forest’s first game of the season for the first time in years. Of course it helped that it was in only 45 minutes down the road in Bristol and that Tim and I got renew rivalries once again.
With all the tension of the game I only took these two photos. I really need to start taking more pictures.
It finished up 1–1, Forest looked very strong in the second half so I’m hopefully all the early season optimism that’s building up will actually have something to stand on this season.
Ashton Gate Stadium.