Category Archives: CS6

Time Flies

First off, I’m sorry if anybody trying to view my website/blog earlier today was unable to. Bluehost (our web-hosting service) apparently had maintenance problems that caused nearly all of there sites to go down for many hours. Anyways, it’s up … Continue reading

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The Pier

Folly Beach has the second longest pier on the East Coast, extending more than 1,045 feet into the ocean. It is an awesome structure to photograph, although it is tough to get good colors at sunrise and sunset. The sun … Continue reading

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Make it Mean Looking

With aviation photography, it is all about the feeling the viewer gets about the plane that really tells whether or not you have told the story correctly. The Pitts S-2C is one aggressive plane. I have been fortunate enough to … Continue reading

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Blazing Quick!

I have been doing a lot of large processing jobs lately, where I have to process hundreds of images for a fairly quick turnaround. I previously had 4GB of RAM memory in my machine, and I was seeing that that … Continue reading

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Sunset + Fall Colors = Something Spectacular

The majority of the day was cloudy, but the sun burnt through just in time for sunset. Once I saw it, I knew I had to get down to the swamp. I jumped on my bike and got down there … Continue reading

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Another Big Transformation

Photography has been extremely slow. I guess it’s the calm before the storm before the fall colors really start popping. This is another one of the salvages I have been able to make with CS6. The program continues to amaze … Continue reading

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No Greater Power

I have quickly come to realize that CS6 just makes the Nik Software plug-in shine! With CS5, I was using Nik to do a lot of the heavy lifting, but with CS6, the heavy lifting is done in ACR, with … Continue reading

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The Power of CS6

I recently bought Adobe Photoshop CS6 and I am liking it! It makes my workflow so much quicker and easier, but also brings some new features to the table. The image above is of a Howard DGA-15 and is straight … Continue reading

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