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and Mac lovers will be pleased, as they can finally have a Fractalius look for their photos
Glow can be used as a stand-alone or a plugin to transform your photos
from dull to dazzling. Containing more than 70 unconventional and quirky
filters, you can infuse your images with neon, graphic, liquid and
other electrifying effects.
The technology behind Glow seeks out the unexplored lines and patterns
in your images and illuminates them.
Come join us a Photo Hi-Jinx (photo setup) Workshop.
Photograph Glassware, Fruit, smoke, dancing paint, water drops, flowers, still life, etc., etc.
Bring your camera & tripod, Tom and Lisa will help you create great images! We will help you with your settings, compositions, etc. We will be walking around helping you create great images. More INFO and Sign up here
"you don’t have to travel too far afield to encounter worthy subject matter, it now occurs to me you don’t even have to leave your home! Take your kitchen (or mine) for example: here is to be found fruits & vegetables, glassware, cutlery, pots & pans, things in bottles, etc., all kinds of good stuff. If you really get into this, you could take your (hand-held) camera to the farmer’s market or grocery store and take external shots (as I did with several of these). Certain vegetables (and fruits) seem to lend themselves to this sort of thing." Read the entire article here: Kitchenography: The Art Of Kitchen Photography
"Consider this as a challenge or assignment: open your refrigerator and see how many items could work as subject matter (do enough of this and you’ll never look at certain fruits and / or vegetables the same way!). Additionally, some vegetables, if they’ve been around for awhile (or not stored properly), can develop roots or new sprouts. Pattern possibilities abound." Read the entire article here: Kitchenography: The Art Of Kitchen Photography
2) It ain’t the camera, it’s the eyeball / brain (imagination) behind it.
Take Care & Stay Aware (starting in your kitchen!), Warren
Warren Krupsaw, a one-time student (and house guest) of Ansel Adams is a nature photographer concentrating on landscape & detail. After participating in the first year of a new graduate program in Photography at M.I.T. with Minor White, he earned his M.F.A. in Photography under Harry Callahan at the R.I.S.D. in 1968. Gallery:http://www.pbase.com/thekrupgallery Book: Portraits of Passion and Other Dalliances
Learn how to use the features and functions of the EOS 7D Mark II in these instructional tutorials, hosted by Canon Digital Learning Center Technical Advisor, Rudy Winston. These videos will give you the information you need to make the most of this camera, and hit the ground running in any shooting situation.
Taking advantage of the broad AF area coverage
Utilize the functions in the intelligent viewfinder
Controlling AI Servo AF to track your moving subjects
Using the new Full HD video features in real life situations
Controlling the look of your images with the new exposure control functions
Fine tuning custom controls to get it to respond with certain features to the way you like it to work in your hand
I'm a Bogen/Gitzo dealer I can get a personal purchase every couple
years. I've been using the Gitzo 3530LSV for a few years. Last year I
bought the latest model of the same pod just because I can and planned
to sell my old one. Still using the old one as it's just as good but
figured I might as well put it into use. New one goes for over $900. I
have the box and anything that came with it like the accessory video
bowl as well.
It shows signs of use for sure but only cosmetic and works perfectly.
also customized with a disk under the legs that keep them from folding
under the pod when you fold and lift over your shoulder etc. I wouldn't
use one without this mod. It can easily be removed though if someone
want it. It also is a safety so even if the top plate came loose it
wouldn't go anywhere.
like to get $500 for it. If you know anyone that might want one I'm
always glad to do local instead of online. Great pod. I just put in my
newsletter which is local too but first come first served for sure.
The Fat Robin Wild Bird and Nature Shop 3000 Whitney Ave. Hamden, CT 06518 www.fatrobin.com 203-248-7068 Toll Free U.S. 1-866-Fat-Robin