I Love Adobe Lightroom 2!

pToday, I got to messing around with some pictures from our wedding. A while ago, Bonnie, Christine’s mother purchased Adobe CS4 and Lightroom for me from “

Anyway, I have to tell everyone (this is me shouting it from the rooftops) that I love Adobe Lightroom 2. It is phenominal. It can take a picture from everyday to “Wow” in a few short steps. Here are a couple samples from our wedding on July 20, 2007, taken by “

The best part is that these photos were never edited in anything else besides Lightroom 2. I would recommend it for any one who enjoys photography as a great way to start out in purchasing software for editing their photos. Then I would recommend Photoshop after that; it’s one step at a time.pI would recommend also, checking the photostream on the sidebar on the right. Often we post new photos without sending out an alert about it, as hard as it is to believe. To everyone, thanks for reading and keeping up with the dc-hulls.

P.S. Nana, I intentionally left links to our “

Will Hull, MPA

Front-End Web Developer, Nonprofit professional, SigEp Alumnus who holds a Masters in Public Administration living in the San Diego, CA Metro Area


  • Anonymous


    Good job Will. However, I don’t send my photo’s to Costco. I usually mess around with them and try to copy them to my photo program and print them out. Hey, while you are at it, take one of my favorite wedding photo’s of the bridsmaids at the door of the church, waiting to come down the isle. I think the photographer did the best job of all the photos on that one. Chris and I had a disagreement over the photographer’s pictures – I prefer the more traditional ones -you guys wanted the wacky, far out party ones from the reception. Don’t forget I want the one of you three at the waterfall – the fall colors were wonderful. What a great camera.BR/Hugs,BR/Nana

    January 19, 2009 at 10:24 PM
  • Will Hull


    Nana, I think you might have the wrong impression about the types of shots we were looking for from that day. BR/BR/We were looking for shots of natural events, not forced poses. We wanted an artistic approach to the day. Moments captured. I don’t think we were after the party shots, because if we were, every shot would be of Christine and I drinking and shouting and raising our hands up. Don’t get me wrong, there is a little bit of that. We just wanted to have the day captured in a memory evoking way.BR/BR/Thanks for the comments Nana.

    January 19, 2009 at 11:16 PM

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