I’ve recently started editing all my images on the big 40 inch TV screen via an HDMI cable. These dust spots now look huge! 😀
World Cup Fever
This only occurred to me that this would be an interesting way of working after I started watching the World Cup games from a streaming service on my laptop. Better late than never.
Massive Dust Spots
Since I’ve started to post-process on the big screen, I’ve become much much better at making small adjustments that I wouldn’t have seen on a tiny 14inch laptop screen, such as dust spots and distortion corrections.
In fact, I’m writing this blog post from the big screen so I can use it for all sorts of all other work.
The cable costs only about $10 and is widely available. So give it a go, if you’re not already doing so.
Update on another trip coming up
Summer is a busy time for a travel photographer. I’ve decided to complete the loop from France to Portugal and explore Catalonia and Andalucia. Here’s a link to the first blog post about my first leg of the trip (Portugal to France then Italy)
Notable stops along the way are Seville and Cordoba as I hope to capture some of those splendid plazas and Moorish architecture. Decided to skip Barcelona for now as don’t want to rush that magical place. If anybody has any tips of interesting places to see along the way, please let me know…
You can follow my adventures on Instagram @arotenbergphotography where I post my stories, etc. I’m also planning to start vlogging soon, stay tuned 🙂
I’m an eccentric guy on a quest to visit all corners of the world and capture stock images. I’m determined not to waste my life away as a corporate drone and have devoted five years to making it as a travel photographer and freelance writer. I hope to inspire others before it’s too late.
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