Last night my head was spinning and not due to the falling down water. I spent most of the afternoon and evening setting up the new laptop. It is a vile and frustrating job. I’m getting there now though and today I’ve used it for this blog. The screen is very bright and contrasty. I can adjust brightness and the RGB channels. I’ve had a go but will have to find someone who has good eyesight to do it properly.
The only problem I haven’t got near solving is that the tool icons and the writing in Photoshop and Bridge are about half the size that I’m used to. Giving me a real head ache squinting to see what I’m doing. I’ll have a look at this matter later.
Today I took the dogs out at about five forty five. A stunning morning it was.
On we wandered enjoying the quiet and solitude which was only broken by the occasional Grouse that we set up. I can live with a Grouse chattering.
This was a test. It is in total twenty seven images. I tone mapped them in threes to produce nine HDR images. Then combined the nine 60MB images in Photoshop to produce this panorama. It stitched it before I could reach for my cigarettes or put the kettle on. The computer with a bit more tuning will be a success.
I came back and had breakfast and as the weather was still good I decided to get up high for a look down on Rannoch Moor.
Yes. I’m on the chair lift. All these images should enlarge with a click but if they don’t I’ll try and sort it. Pretty useless at this size. The camper is the white dot just past the long blue roofed building and the Cuckoos flit between the two plantations.
It’s raining now so just as well I started early.
Have a great weekend.
PS. I hope the colour is not too garish. Let me know if it is worse than usual.