By miniature steam train to Britain’s only official desert, on a cold and blustery Easter Saturday.
Mostly shot on Fuji X100t (a couple may have slipped through from the iPhone); shot at Dymchurch station, wandering – briefly – around Dungeness in between trains, or from the top of Dungeness Lighthouse.
Edited in Snapseed on the iPad then transferred to desktop in a particularly convoluted and painful process: I either need a bigger iPad or to give up the idea of a seamless camera > wireless transfer > iPad > blog/Flickr/social workflow for the time being.
Apart from anything else, the colours look very different between my iPad and my desktop’s screen; what was a pleasing slight warming of the black and white tones on the iPad has turned more murky on my Dell monitor than I had hoped. Which is ‘correct’? I suppose I should dig out my monitor calibration device…wherever it is.