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adamhanlon

Member Since 09 Feb 2007
Offline Last Active Feb 16 2017 09:19 AM
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In Topic: Who shares on Instagram?

14 February 2017 - 12:51 PM

I really like Instagram. It is social media for image makers...

 

I am @hanlonphoto

 

I also use the https://www.lrinstagram.com/ plug in. It is good!

 

All the best

 

Adam


Of course, there is also Wetpixel's own instagram channel: @wetpixelgram

 

Adam


In Topic: Caters News Agency

13 February 2017 - 07:09 AM

Just to let everyone know...

 

My experience with Caters has changed dramatically!

 

Since the original posts, Caters have been paying very promptly and efficiently. My sales have been good too.

 

David Burner, who is a key figure at Caters, is now on Wetpixel (DavidCaters) and if you do have any problems he is very keen that you contact him.

 

Adam


In Topic: Login Window on opening page

29 January 2017 - 11:58 AM

Thank you it is a glitch.

 

The front page log in allows admins to log in to edit the front page. The forum log in to add or respond to posts is via the forum page.

 

My apologies for the confusion.

 

Adam


In Topic: Sri Lanka and Whale watching / Photography

29 January 2017 - 11:55 AM

Hi PGA,

 

Can you let me know where you heard about the permits being rescinded?

 

Thank you

 

Adam


In Topic: Post Edit Software Preferences

19 January 2017 - 04:52 AM

I completely agree with Tim!

 

Adobe's Creative Cloud for Photographers plan offers both Lightroom and Photoshop at an attractive monthly rate. I would suggest that this is the best way forward for photographers now. You just have to get your head around "renting" software as opposed to owning it.

 

If you are looking for an app for photography, Lightroom is pretty much the way to go. If offers a more intuitive and streamlined workflow for image ingesting, processing, editing and exporting. Photoshop is an amazing graphics package that does an amazing number of things very well, but as a photographer, it has a huge number of functions atet you will need use.

 

The Elements packages are limiting, as their emphasis on "templates" doe not really suit underwater imaging.

 

There are a bunch of online resources for Lightroom and a number of excellent tutorial/seminar options for learning about it. 

 

Adam