Welcome to PhotoBoffin - photography blog and tutorials.
I've used Weebly for my photography-tutor-emeritus purposes for the past year, but with it being a multi-purpose web-publishing platform, I've found it slightly too time consuming for my current circumstances.
After much research, I've found a publishing platform, designed for photographers, that appears to be more suited to my requirements - no need to drag and drop content elements or manually write SEO titles and stuff.
Hopefully, this will save me the required time for me to continue with publishing my images and photography posts.
My latest posts will be, for the timebeing, published at www.photoblog.com/peterfinch. Photoblog also has an integrated audience of like-minded members to share content with, as well as some great photography articles.
I may return here if Photoblog.com doesn't work out to my liking.
We'll see how it goes.
Dovestone Reservoir, Saddleworth Moor, Greater Manchester, featuring the outflow.
View of the coastal path heading towards Porth Namarch at Breakwater Park, Holyhead, Anglesey.
This is the gradely place where I work, recycling, refurbishing and packing uninteruptable power supplies.
Tree and footpath, near Droomer, Windermere, Lake District.
Taken at 2:30pm, 22nd May 2018. Sony APS-C @ 10mm.
Grange-Over-Sands railway station, in the south lake district, Cumbria. Taken at approximately 3pm.
Sailing boat and tree at the shore of Coniston, Lake District.
Adobe Lightroom Now Subscription Only
In the past, Adobe was committed to offering a stand-alone, perpetually-licenced version of Lightroom that you could buy, own and optionally upgrade. This is no longer the case; we now only have Creative Cloud subscription options. The last stand-alone version of Lightroom was version 6 released in spring 2015.
Firstly, the term "crop sensor" is a misnomer, and I only use it in the above title to explain the misunderstanding and promotional agenda.
The implication is that 35mm is the holy grail of digital formats to which we all must aspire, and smaller formats are mere crops of the "real deal".
APS-C and 4/3 or no more crops of 35mm than 35mm is a crop of medium format. Each is its own format. Yes we can compare the relative strengths and weaknesses, but bigger isn't necessarily better; just different.