The Portfolio

by Steve on April 18, 2009

Adobe Lightroom is an incredible software program.  After long evenings of editing and sorting I give you the first major overhaul of my photography site in several years:

The Gallery

It requires Adobe Flash Player and might have issues with Microsoft IE since it’s optimized for the Firefox browser but it’s late and my brain can’t take any more.  Let me know if you run into problems and I’ll get them corrected.


John Carmichael April 18, 2009 at 23:11

Great Images Steve!

I’ve been meaning to look into Lightroom 2, all of my photoshop buddies are astounded I haven’t already. I hear the work flow is phenomenal.

What? there’s another browser than Firefox? 😉


Kath April 19, 2009 at 6:01

They’re all wonderful!

Of course, I have a question. What are those tall, skinny “houses” on the sides of the mountain? Something to do with mining or is it a house? I like those, they’re interesting.

Steve April 19, 2009 at 6:43

JC, order Scott Kelby’s book “Lightroom 2 for Digital Photographers” and download the free trial software from Adobe. It’s good for 30 days before you have to provide a serial number. Ordered mine from Amazon for about $50 less than Adobe’s price. Take Kelby’s advice and organize your files in the manner he suggests before you start importing!

Kath, you must be referring to the various mine ruins. Those shots were all taken in SW Colorado on various Jeep trips. The area around Telluride, Ouray, and Silverton has several ghost towns and abandoned mines. Lots of history in those mountains.

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