This post is really special to me and has been a long time in the making, so I do hope with all my heart you like it as much as I do.
Benny, my best friend, and I have quite a bit in common: a.o. our love for our families, photography, whisky and Scotland. He recently was blessed with a second child, the lovely Lucy, baby-sister to the now 3 y.o. absolutely adorable Jules.
In order to celebrate our birthdays (both in July, only about two weeks apart), we decided to take a short trip together in June to the amazing city of Edinburgh.
The main focus of this trip was to have a brilliant time, combining sightseeing, photography and various culinary expeditions ;-)
I'll tell you straight away: my October sucked. Countless hours overtime at the office, bad weather, crappy light and now the flu. Well, dear November, here's hoping...
However, I did manage to catch about half an hour of alright shooting conditions at the lake in Echternach and still had some backlogged pictures of my first walk in the woods with the X100S, so I actually have something to share.
This leads me to the actual subject of this blogpost: Lightroom presets.
Two weeks ago, I finally managed to visit two sites which had been on my to-do list for quite some time: the German Military Cemetery, followed by the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial. Both sites are within a three minutes' drive from each other in Sandweiler.
I apologise, it has been quite a few weeks since my last post.
The exhibition ended on Friday, August 30th, and I wanted to write a follow-up post, but somehow never got around to it.
Oh yes, I've been busy...