A photo to share

Hi and good morning from the UK,

Hope y’all had a good week and are ready to tackle the weekend? If so here’s a photo to sweeten up your day. This is Turnberry lighthouse situated in the western part of Scotland located in midst of a Golf course. So whilst going there I had to look out for balls flying low and people racing on those golf carts around. The shot was worth it though. If you are in that area you definitely have to visit.


There is only a little bit of post-production going on here and my camera did an amazing job in capturing the light.

My go-to photo editing program is Lightroom 4. Yes still haven’t upgraded but I think an upgrade is only justified if I get a new camera, which is still some time down the line.

Enjoy and happy Friday everyone!

Yours truly,



2 thoughts on “A photo to share

  1. Photoshop is my program. I made an effort 5 years ago to try to do everything in Photoshop that I had been doing in Lightroom, Paintshop Pro, Photo-Paint, and Corel Draw. If I could, and I can, then I wouldn’t have to spend all that money each year upgrading all those other programs. Every time I did something in one of the other programs, I spent the next few minutes to hours learning how to do the exact same thing in Photoshop.

    1. I really want to learn Photoshop. Right now I do 99% in Lightroom and am currently experimenting with ON1 – especially the resize tool to blow up my photos a little. Still on LR4 and CreativeSuite CS6. Tempted to upgrade to LR Classic CC but can’t justify it at the moment as my workflow is pretty decent. On which version are you on right now?

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