Friday was another day at the office. We continued video capture, photo editing, credit line edits, metadata edits, etc. I learned a slew of information on categorizing my photography inside of Adobe Bridge and how to make all of the metadata correct based on location. That was a very time consuming process, but I feel like I have the hang of it now. I am going to be doing a tutorial on it in a few week so stay tuned to the blog for that. I really like how Adobe Bridge makes it some simple to do. You’ll like it as well, even if you use Lightroom, Aperture, or another editing software on your Mac or PC.
The team that went to Loas met us at the office and we got to share stories about each other’s experiences on their parts of the trip. That was good and it was good to see my classmates again that weren’t a part of the Chiang Mai group. We got to hang out and just enjoy fellowship with each other and get our presentations ready for debriefing at the Norwood guest house that evening. James Eaton, put together a few of out photos into a keynote presentation and we were able to talk about them during debrief.
Debrief was really an eye opening time to all that God accomplished through us during the time that we were in Thailand and how He would continue to do through us once we got back from the states. An amazing experience it was. Words don’t do it justice.