Earlier this week I attended a clergy retreat in Harvey Cedars, NJ. It was a blessed time, filled with time for contemplation instead of programming. I spent a good portion of our time in silence walking the wintering streets of the Summer resort with my camera. Few cars were out, fewer houses were occupied. My only earthly companions were the wind and the sky above me.
This past Christmas I received a fisheye lens from my daughter as a present. It was a thoughtful gift, and I’m going to get some wonderful use out of it. I even got some lovely shots of the Delaware River.
With the release of ON1 Photo Raw 2020, I am on HAPPY post-Adobe user.
I’ve been watching some tutorial videos on the excellent Affinity Apps the past couple of weeks, and discovered a trick in Affinity Photo I’d never before seen – Blend Ranges. After seeing this tool in action in several tutorial videos I couldn’t believe I’d never heard of it before. It’s makes compositing a ton of…
A hazy day in the Delaware Valley afforded me an opportunity to play with On1 Photo Raw’s excellent masking features.
I’ve not spent a lot of time in the gardens at Williamsburg, and for the life of me I don’t know why. But the gates have always captured my attention.