Those few hardy souls following my Twitter stream must be wondering what’s going on with some bizarre posts. I have been working away with giving my website a fresh lick of paint, and testing the changes at www.jonathanbourke.ie. It’s coming along nicely, but it will be a few weeks yet. The new site, while looking similar to the existing site, will have a more consistent structure to it and will greatly ease gallery posting.
In the meantime, here are some interesting links I came across:
- How To Get The Best Colour Out Of Your Photos — Lifehacker again comes up with a great guide for photographers. This one is heavily color focused, and the Photoshop wizardry required.
- How to get (more) space in a newspaper — I follow the @adrianweckler on Twitter, editor of the consumer tech section in the Sunday Business Post newspaper in Ireland. He shares some great tips for PR people (and photographers) in this post bemoaning the quality of photo’s sent to journalists.
- Lightroom Camera Calibration — I spend way too much time on my photography tools, rather than using my photography tools. This post on Camera Calibration in Lightroom definitely falls into the first category, but what the hell, I’ll share this link from Matt Kloskowski anyway.
- What I’d Love to See in Lightroom 4 — Damn; and I am only getting started on Lightroom 3 (and the 3.2 release is nearly upon us, bringing with it direct posting to Facebook!). Scott Kelby gets the ball rolling with his wish list for Lightroom 4, then has to defend it, before others chime in with their suggestions.