Two shots from our garden today.
Here I go again with my annual shot of a monarch butterfly on one of our plants, in this case echinacea, commonly known as the cornflower. Since planting some milkweed several years ago I am gratified to see an ever increasing number of monarchs visiting our garden. Milkweed spreads quickly, so be warned, you may find yourself weeding out a few as we did. Monarchs now breed on our property
I shot these currants today after my wife picked them from a bush in our front yard. Quite a haul – they will be put in the freezer now.
I just opened InDesign to knock out a PDF but I couldn’t work due to the above problem. The top of the application window disappeared under the menu along with my scroll bars. I am running macOS Mojave. I couldn’t grab the window and pull it down. This problem is related to running two or more screens. You have to revert to a single screen in your OS to get
Wow, it’s been awhile since I made an entry. I have been very busy around the house with summer chores and fix-ups. Also, I admit to playing a little golf now and then. What a great game it is – very challenging to figure out. This spring I planted a package of wildflowers in a somewhat wild area of the south end of our house. One of the flowers that
Today I dropped by the F.J. Horgan Water Treatment Plant which is only a short drive from my home. I was curious to see inside this facility which produces approximately 20 percent of Toronto’s drinking water. The 20th annual Doors Open Toronto event “provides an opportunity to see inside more than 150 of the most architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city” according to their web site.
I took a few personal shots of Spring recently which I am posting here.
Recently I completed an assignment which involved changing the colour of a product to various other colours after shooting an original to act as a template. I am well set-up for this type of work, having a white studio, custom colour profile creation for my lighting and custom profiles for my monitor. As part of my general routine I created a profile for my screen as an update and also
I recently upgraded Adobe Lightroom Classic CC and was pleasantly surprised to see Adobe has upgraded the tethered capture feature to be camera specific – there is an option for Canon and another for Nikon, Sony etc. The most welcome addition is the increased functionality in the tethered window which now allows remote control of aperture, shutter and ISO along with the older shutter trigger button. I also noticed there