Monthly Archives: September 2012

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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Getting it Right in the First Place

Being that I have been talking about Photoshop CS6 a lot, I thought I would put this out there. As a photographer, you need to try and get the image right in the camera and not rely on photoshop to … 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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The Wonders of Fall

Fall has to be one of my favorite times of the year. Besides the signal to the end of summer, everything about it is just spectacular! The first thing everybody thinks of is the gorgeous fall colors! Some have begun … Continue reading

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Knowing the Difference

Wildlife Photography is as much a biological game as it is photography. Birds of different ages respond differently to human interaction. Let’s take shorebirds for an example. The juveniles are much less skittish than the adults are simply because they … Continue reading

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PPM Sale!

I’m always on the lookout for new photo paper to further improve the product that we put out for our customers. I am very happy with the newly found Red River Polar Pearl Metallic paper. This paper truly has a … Continue reading

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Wet Sand

The title pretty much sums up what I was covered in at the end of my trip to Milford Point. With the tide receding, I was constantly having to crawl through wet sand to get up close to the birds. … Continue reading

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