Snowy weather and back to Lightroom

Using Lightroom again for upcoming project

Snow, snow and more snow with photos

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Yes I am back on Lightroom at least for the moment, working on a project that at the moment requires the intergration capability of Lightroom and another application. This is an ongoing project and started before my hard drive failed and will continue probably into the summer, I will probably end it before it gets too hot. Here is a quick sample of the project.

Excited yet? Well you are going to have to wait until I am finished with the project to see more.

Other than this I am using Capture One Pro for individual photos

 

Think of hot weather during the winter, remembering the days of camping and hiking, but to be honest I don’t mind snow too much. I don’t exactly go frolicking in the snow, but I do feel bad for people who don’t get to experience it. I am currently living in the desert region of western Colorado, but apparently I timed my move to coincide with the strongest El Nino on 50 years, so apparently the snow we have been getting is far greater than normal, apparently one snow storm a few weeks ago dropped more snow than this region received all last year this is what I am hearing from long time locals. Needless to say I have not been getting out as much as I would like, but have definitely been getting more snow photos from my own community than I have in a long time.

 

All of these individual photos have been processed with Capture One Pro

 

Don’t forget to visit my website for more photos

Author: paulscoloradophotography

Nature and landscape photographer from Denver metro, Colorado. I also do extensive urban and night time photography. I originally started photography as a means to document my climbs of Colorado's many high mountain peaks, then it evolved from there. The biggest thing about landscape photography is being in nature and capturing those short lived and sublime moments that occur. There is nothing quite like being at a mountain lake feeling that cold mountain air, looking up at those dramatic peaks and spires, or being up late at night looking up at the incredible amount of stars visible from the Earth, something that very few people are able to experience any more this is the true source of my inspiration. I have had several gallery showings including with the Denver Photo Art Gallery owned by renowned nature photographer John Fielder, and a two week exhibit during the Democratic National Convention. I currently have 2 books out in collaboration with other people, plus working on a 3rd one about Loveland Pass region, this last one is still an ongoing project. Plus I have been published from other sources including Smith Southwestern and am a regular contributor in stock with Shutterstock and Dreamstime. I have had large scale corporate sales and numerous individual sales of my photos. This includes numerous photos with the Plenary Group and photos in the home of a well known actor

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