I’ve posted a few Easter photos in the Gallery, photos 41 through 45. Not the kind of pictures you’d expect of a Norwegian Easter, but I’m not much of a skier.
For the first time I’ve processed one of the images with Photoshop. The foreground was too dark compared to the background so I had to increase the brightness a bit. Adobe is kind enough to let you try their USD 650 piece of software for free for 30 days, so I downloaded and installed CS3 from their site. It sure is a powerful program and it will take a lot more than 30 days to master it, but it’s fun playing around. Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom would probably be more than sufficient to cover my amateur photography needs, though, and it’s available for USD 400 less than CS3. That said, a powerful design tool might come in handy, especially since it’s been a while since the last site redesign.
Well, enough about that, enjoy the photos. Your comments are always appreciated, both praise and criticism.
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