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Rather unsure if this weeks photo should go here or on my photo site; you see its been given a little tweak in Lightroom with a free downloadable preset (onOne Glow). Lightroom being my latest software toy, although the familiarity of Photoshop beckons. this weeks Sunday Wine Shot is a simple bottle of Prosecco – the photo being simple, rather than the wine.

Last Wednesday a trip up to that London and a delightful lunch with Douglas and the people behind the latest hot prosecco name, Nino Franco. A full post to come detailing the wines but in this photo you can just make out a chunk of the chalky-limestone soil, pinched from a Nino Franco vineyard. It is this white rock that supplies the distinctive mineral-edge to the wines. Grave di Stecca Brut is made exclusively from Glera fruit plucked from the small Grave di Stecca vineyard.

Nino Franco Grave di Stecca Brut Prosecco-1

Nino Franco Grave di Stecca Brut Prosecco

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  1. Interested to know more about the on One software – do you use it on everything? Does it save time. Just got LR4 and learning to use it.

    Like how you collected a bit of the stone from the vineyard.

    • I’ve only just started using light room having been using Photoshop alone for several years. I’ve downloaded a batch of presets for light room – I’ll compile a list on my photo blog perhaps – but don’t use them that often. But then its; only been a couple of weeks since I got light room. So early days I have plenty of filters and things in Photoshop that I use a lot – detailing filters and do on.

  2. Thank you for your appreciation!
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