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The lightscatter blog had THIS interesting image in a recent post. I would duplicate the image here but I’d rather you go see it there. Anyway, I liked the look of it and I made a half-assed attempt at duplicating … Continue reading
. . . one giant ego boost for the writers asking you to vote for your favorite”D” story HERE. If you’ve yet to read them, links to the stories are included in that post. Some people have apologized for not … Continue reading
. . . but you can help them by voting for your favorite”D” story HERE. If you’ve yet to read them, links to the stories are included in that post. Some people have apologized for not having time to read … Continue reading
There’s a movie coming up in December . . . Normally, I’d avoid anything by James Cameron due to suffering massive disappointment with his Titanic and Avatar efforts. The thing is, both of those were massive hits and are loved by … Continue reading
The first quick post about post-processing post generated a comment and got me thinking I need some practice with Photoshop and Topaz. This was the comment by doesitevenmatter3 (diem3): Now if only you could set that handsome gorilla among the … Continue reading
So, the Project 313 Post 31 that went live earlier has a flower photo and I mentioned that I photoshopped away some ugly detail. I had a few photos taken with the Note 8 and both showed the remnants of … Continue reading
As the title says, it’s about frames. The whole thing started when I saw THIS POST. And then I saw THIS POST. If you happen to click on either of those, you notice that the photo is “framed” by itself. … Continue reading
This is a first one for me since I’m not an expert at Photoshop. I mean, I use it, and I get useful stuff out of it, but I usually learn on the fly . . . as I did … Continue reading
A short post this will be . . . I’m still intrigued with this whole reflection stuff. In fact, a shot I saw a little while ago (HERE) gave me the idea to try a few things. Namely, making a photo … Continue reading
Fully in my procrastination mode, I looked for other ways to create water reflections in photos. I watched a few instruction videos and THIS is the video that I found fairly straightforward and easy to follow. Meaning, it has no 3D … Continue reading
Another quick post . . . what is this world coming to? Anyway, an article in the latest Photoshop User Magazine caught my attention. I’ve seen various instructions on creating realistic water reflections, but this one looked to be a … Continue reading
I’ve written before about my Workflow and general Post-Processing of my photographs. Just yesterday, I read a post by Leanne Cole about a hands-on trial of ACDSee Ultimate 10. I was severely tempted to buy it, but then I looked … Continue reading
Say I take a photo. “I take a photo.” No, I meant it as “what if”, not as a command. Say I take a photo. For instance, this one of The Bean. By the way, all them people who are … Continue reading
Building on the PREVIOUS POST, I’m going to play with the yellow house panorama. Now, I know some people are not partial to manipulated photos, and that’s fine . . . just enjoy the previous post. However, there are some … Continue reading
People might have noticed I skipped a Cover Makeover. Life has a way of reordering priorities. However, I had to make time for this Makeover since I’m mentioned as the catalyst for the choice. . . . I give you Cover … Continue reading