This was the second time I attended the Stockholm Pride Parade, and it was as colorful as ever. There were 40 000 people in the parade and over 500 000 watching as people paraded through the streets of a sunny Stockholm.
I decided to use my Sigma 70-200/2.8 this time instead of my favorite and go-to lens, the Nikon 50/1.4. Not sure if that was a great idea, but it was fun to exercise it for once instead of letting it just hang out in the drawer at home.
Since I use Lightroom and subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud, I decided to try using the iPad to do basic sorting and editing of the photos this time. Once I got the hang of the controls and dials, I managed to easily distill all 500 photos down to a collection of under 30, and edited the remaining ones. While the photos may seem a bit unbalanced in places, I decided to leave them as they were after the edits on the iPad. While I enjoy the size of the iPad Mini Retina, I can easily see that having the larger iPad Air would make editing photos a truly immersive experience.