This set closes the series dedicated to Mexico City.
I would like to add a few considerations to this post. The first is that this blog has reached thirty thousand clicks since it’s launch a little over ten months ago. I thank you all for the ongoing support and constant encouragement. This blog has helped shape my life in a way i’m extremely fond of.
The next thing i wanted to share was the fact that i am now operating from a tiny little laptop which offers no Photoshop. This has led me to approach photography in a more traditional way, working on the capture. Seeking out the proper light. A subject worthy of a shot. A shot worth sharing, i mean.
Next, i learned to make full use of in-camera raw file develpoment, and created a few color profiles in order to get things looking as i want them, rather than as the camera thinks they should, after i have taken the photos.
Finally, when i upload the files to the computer, all i need to do is crop them into my favorite format, square, which i do in the built-in Windows Live Photo Gallery. Suprising as it is, at least to me, a digital photographer CAN live and operate fully without Photoshop. Or maybe i’m just lucky that when i was in the darkroom learning the art of photography, Photoshop, quite simply, didn’t exist.
Again, thank you all for being here.