Silver ring with Swarovski crystals.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended
You can try to do a retouching work with a mouse, but I highly recommend to use a pen tablet as Wacom:
Wacom Intuos4 Large
I’ve captured all retouching process of this piece of jewelry:-), and I hope you see the video on www.photigy.com as soon as we edit it.
Also, I’ve added the “Useful Links” page on this blog. I will add there links which I find useful.
Fractal “Blue Lotus”
Software: Apophysis 7X 15C
This flower fractal was created using Apophysis:
Atlanta Botanical Gardens, HDR Before and After:
FIRST PLACE: Larry Fisher
Read more about our first HDR post-processing contest on WWW.PHOTIGY.COM
This Before and After of our shot for a PHOTIGY Live assignment called “Funny Silverware“.
Behind the scene video you can find on WWW.PHOTIGY.COM
This image was made by $200 P&S Nikon S8100 camera:-)
(Noise was added in Photoshop)
See video inside
To celebrate the first year of Google+ and the photography community, we’re doing a photowalk in downtown Atlanta.
Where and When:
We will meet at Centennial Olympic Park at 5:00 pm.
At 7:00 pm we’ll all meet at a restaurant somewhere close to share photos, hang out, and have some prizes (yep!) and get to know each other.
At 8:30 we will continue the Photowalk, and shoot night Atlanta.
Photographers of all skill and levels are welcome. From beginners to pros. What if you only have a phone camera? YES! you too!
If you plan attending, please register on photowalk’s Plancast page
See you on Photowalk! Genia
The video from this G+ hangout: www.PHOTIGY.com
We visited the Atlanta Botanical Gardens with our kids and friends on the weekend. We were very surprised about how it looks now after reconstruction. It’s amazing! Atlanta has became a much better place than it was 10 years ago.
While Alex was shooting with an “adult” camera, I played with my Android.
I love Phone Photography because I don’t have to spend hours on editing photos, and I am able to upload it instantly to show pictures to my family and friends.
Below are some Phone Photos from our Photowalk to Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Enjoy:-) But…
Now I want to make an announcement about PHOTIGY G+ Hangout “How to Sell Images”.
How: Live broadcast here on Google Plus and on www.photigy.com.
Stay tuned for more updates to come.
Previous episodes are here: www.photigy.com/live
Atlanta Botanical Gardens Instagram Android Photos:
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