Monthly Archives: January 2012

Creating a timestamp in timelapse movies from Lightroom

This mini-tutorial is really just about how to add a custom text field to an image in the Slideshow feature of Lightroom, so that an exported video contains a ‘digital clock’ showing the elapsed time. What I often like to do for some of my timelapse movies is to add a timestamp to each image, […]

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Shortlisted for Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2011

I was very pleased to have been told last October that one of my photos had been shortlisted for the Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2011 competition ( Yes, October, I know, that was two and a half months ago, but it has just been one of those winters. The eventual well-deserved winner of the […]

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Being There

Often when I am taking landscape photographs I wish that I could capture a little of what I can see and hear around me and share it with others (apart from the medium of the photograph itself, of course). This type of photography involves long periods of standing and waiting, with nothing to do except […]

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A new year and a new blog…

Happy 2012, and welcome to my new photo blog. I am taking some time to move over some old posts and articles from my web site, so over the next few weeks this site might be considered “work in progress”. However, why not read some of my old articles on my main photography portfolio web […]

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