One of the main reasons why I travel to the places I do is to experience different cultures, beliefs and ways of living. With globalisation I’m sure it won’t be too long before we’re a homogeneous mass living in roughly the same way and consuming roughly the same things. With this in mind, I was… Read more »
Posts By: Nick Potter
I’ve been a bit quiet because I’ve just started a new job. So its taken me far longer than usual to finish sorting out my photos from my recent trip to Burma (Myanmar). However I’m pleased to announce that I’ve now finished and the gallery is live over on importedlight.com.
A new job upon my return from Myanmar means I’ve been very busy. I’m still working through my photos from my latest trip but its taking a while to whittle them down and process them all. In the meantime here’s one to whet your appetite, taken at a local market on Inle Lake in the… Read more »
Adobe has released version 5.2 of its popular Lightroom software. New features in the release include: A Smoothness adjustment slider has been added to the Detail Panel under Color Noise Reduction Refinements to the Spot Healing Tool Auto Exposure has been improved Smart Preview size has been updated to 2560 pixels on the long edge,… Read more »
I’ve been to enough deserts in my time. They’re certainly a challenge to photograph. Despite the image most people have of deserts being golden dunes disappearing into the distance, in reality they are usually rather more boring and combination of low scrub, rocks, stones and sand with little in the way of beauty to inspire… Read more »