Nevertheless, I managed to sneak out for a quick photowalk. Excluding walking time, I made around 160 photos in thirty minutes. I definitely got some keepers, especially some nice silhouettes against the sunset. The photo in this post was made with my iPhone on the way back to our hotel.
In the end, I contacted Adobe directly and they sent me the serial in a few hours, after reviewing an easy-to-fake print-out of my confirmation email. I had no idea why Adorama couldn't provide my with the serial, despite asking them to provide more information in four of my emails.
I hope this is an exception and not the usual Adorama customer experience. However, I'm not willing to find out and I will order my equipment elsewhere in future.
I made a single shot with my iPhone and I am satisfied with how the phone handled the situation.
- ShutterLife PhotographyPhotographer, 2008 - present
- NethouseConsultant, Business development, 2012 - present
- National Library of SwedenProduction Developer, Digital Production Division, 2009 - 2012
- Uppsala UniversityPhD student, 2003 - 2009
- Sandia National LaboratoriesVisiting researcher
Life is about creating a collection of experiences - never forget to expand and treasure your unique collection.
Some of my most precious experiences are from crossing the Himalayas on a bicycle, climbing in the midnight sun above the arctic circle, and hiking in narrow desert slot canyons. But I also find my experiences in the small - a glimpse of the sunrise, a small flower, and the brief smile of a stranger. I document them all through my camera.In my professional life, I make our cultural heritage digitally accessible.
- Uppsala UniversityPhD Scientific computing