Since I got a suction cup for my GoPro, I wanted to stick it to my car. That was two weeks ago. The problem was: I never had the time, and when I had the time it was too dark. That’s the bad side of winter. It’s getting dark way too early.
So I got a GoPro for Christmas. And I right away ordered a kitchen timer for it. What for you might ask? As you might now, an old-school, analog kitchen timer turns very slowly, in fact, it’s limited to one 360 degree turn and 60 minutes of runtime. So it’s not really suited for those 24 fps I would usually shoot at.
A lot of people nowadays sell presets for Lightroom, but you might be wondering: Why presets, and how can I create myself?
Presets are predefined edits in Lightroom, I’ll write LR from now on, that you can apply to your images to save a lot of time editing those RAW files you shot. Of course, there’ll still be some manual tweaking involved, but presets can save so much time.
I decided to publish a link to my old blog from 2014, from when I was in Canada, on this my new blog. I had the time of my life back then, but I moved on since then. I’ve grown as a person and as a creative.
So it started. The fourth season of the year. The cold, snowy, icy one.
Yes, I’m talking about winter.