I love travelling, and I've been fortunate enough to experience many cultures, histories and ideas over the years. Here are just a few of my favourites.
- Portobello, Edinburgh (2004)
- Cramond, Edinburgh (2004)
- The Netherlands (2004)
- Holyrood Park, Edinburgh (2004)
- Bridges of the Clyde, Glasgow (2005)
I love looking at the results of other people's travels. If you've got your own travel diary online somewhere, drop me a line.
If you've just come back from a trip (or are planning one), here are several tools I've found over the years that are more than a little handy. Whether you want to print images out to share them with friends, show them a slideshow on the TV or sit back and admire a framed copy of your work, there's something here. If you've found something else that should be on this list, once again, I'd love to hear about it.Thank you.
This is easily the best photo-sharing service I've ever used, and I'd highly recommend it to anyone. Designed and run by professional photographers, it works exactly the way you expect it to.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has been at the core of my digital photography life since I first put it to the test.
Not only did it help me to recapture nearly a decade of 'lost' photography (when I switched over to digital, I stopped producing prints almost entirely), it greatly enhanced my overall workflow. Regardless of where I am physically, I'm able to review, edit and share my photos within hours of taking them.
That alone makes Lightroom indispensable.
Although it's primarily a way to enjoy your iTunes library on a big screen (think movies on your TV), it's also a great way to share your photos with friends and family. You can either show the photos (again, on your TV) that are stored on a Macbook/iPhone/iPad, or view the ones stored in iPhoto.
Either way, it's a beautiful way to share them.