drofmit

Status: Plus Member
Join Date: 9th September 2009
Last Login: 19th July 2018 - 06:17
Real Name: Tim Ford
Website: Visit My Website
Occupation: WebJourneyman & Photographer
Interests: Natural History, landscapes & architecture, pre-history, 2CVs and other classic CitroŽns.... and Life!
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Bobbinalorry

Link Posted 30/10/2013 - 13:41
Hiya Tim, nice to hear from you.

Thank you for your compliment.
I used Topaz Adjust on this one, I am useless with Photoshop so I just rely on a couple of plugins; sometimes they do a good job & on some images just crap so I ditch 'em.

What is a 'webjourneyman'?

Regards, Larry.
Best Regards, Larry.

All the gear & no idea.

drofmit

Link Posted 01/11/2013 - 23:50
A webjourneyman, Larry, is a web designer who works on websites and is continuously learning... but never as fast as the geeks change the programming techniques... I have mastered nothing and still look up things.
A webmaster, however, is someone who works on websites... but also has enough time to, or think they have, mastered all the programming skills.

Nowadays I spend more time gardening and D.I.Y.'ing than web design... I've recommended all my clients to create a blog and do their own posting... and I just tweak and polish!!

Having moved from Leeds to Central France, we've changed a matchbox terrace backyard, pocket sized front garden and two allotments up by t'Rugby & Cricket grounds....
for 6.5 Acres with a millstream and river...
loads of photo opportunities on the doorstep...
not that there weren't in Headingley...
but we no longer get a disturbed night from revellers taking empties to the bottlebank on the way to the Co-op at the end of the road for refills...
or the Paramedic sirens blasting up and down the main road!!
AAAAhh! Peace!!:
We are here...
and pix can be found here
Never be afraid to talk about your techniques...
"Give a thousand photographers...
the same camera, lens and scene...
and you'll always get a thousand different takes!!"
Anon.
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