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Dave Johnson recently reviewed Bokeh on PC Worlds Digital Focus blog. He confesses to using Bokeh to simulate believable lens blur (five-blade, nine-blade, etc.) in past posts. After all, catadioptric lenses are tough to find.
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I see a lot of landscapes shot with infrared-sensitive film. Occasionally, I see some psychedelic portraiture. But I don’t see either one very often.
Each Year the Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep Foundation holds a fundraiser called the Charity Model Search to select North America’s Cutest Kid. The fundraiser is beneficial to both the participating photographers as well as the foundation itself. … Continue reading
I ran across a blog post by Jenneth Orantia on Gadgetmonkeys.net. It made me proud of Exposure. I’m not sure which setting she used on the photo below, but I like it. It reminds me of the 1960s or 1970s.
Who ever said that surfing the internet doesn’t pay off? Recently I came across some great photos that I have to share. The photographer, Peter Nguyen, used Exposure; but that’s beside the point. Tape your eyeballs in, they may pop-out … Continue reading
“I believe you are your work. Don’t trade the stuff of your life, time, for nothing more than dollars. That’s a rotten bargain.” -Rita Mae Brown Thanks to Nels Akerlund’s recent Work project for bringing this quote to my attention. … Continue reading
I ran across some photos in our Flickr group that I really like from Shabnam – Morningdew Photography. I was the second person to describe them as ethereal.
www.merlinjohnonline.co.cc Hugh John dazzled us with back-to-back reviews of Bokeh and Exposure. For us, it’s nice to hear reviewers talk about these plug-ins like we do. I assume that my view is biased, but Hugh seems like a fan too.