Gone are the days of just worrying about pictures. We now spend a lot of time considering computers and software. When the picture desks first went semi digital and started scanning in prints, I was on the Apple Mac platform. This went on for years until the software companies started writing for the PC market. Back then, for me the choice was simple; I had to get a PC laptop as the Mac equivalents were more expensive and the Power PC chips were slower than the Pentium in real use. Also, it was harder to get third party peripherals to work with a Mac.
- Probably the most moving, revealing, honest, soul shaking and tear jerking talk I have ever been to, was last night’s event at Kings Place. Photojournalist Don McCullin opened his heart and shared his soul in a way I’ve only ever known from the very closest of friends. To say it captivated every ounce of my being would be putting it mildly. Please visit my blog for more thoughts about the event. #donmccullin #photojournalism #pressphotographyRubber Duck’s Audience #canalboat #seagull #dailylife @lumixuk @lumix #lumix #lumixs1r #s1r #lumixs24105 Processed on @apple #ipadpro using @Lightroom #lrmobile #colourful #colorful #boat #canal #lightroom #rubberduckGuarding King’s Cross #dailylife #architecture #kingscross #bird #flight #sky @lumixuk @lumix #lx100 #lx100ii #lx100m2 #silhouette #bw #monochrome #streetphotography #blackandwhitephotographyFlying Through King’s Cross #dailylife #architecture #kingscross #bird #flight #sky @lumixuk @lumix #lx100 #lx100ii #lx100m2
- Probably the most moving, revealing, honest, soul shaking and tear jerking talk I have ever been to, was last night… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… - 51 minutes ago
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