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Tag Archives: learning
I want to thank Cindy Dyer, Simone Kelly and Carsten Langkjaer for writing up and supplying the photographs for the last three Friday blogs while I was on vacation. I hope you found them informative, fun and got you out … Continue reading
Over the years, I have featured many motion photos using the technique called Panning. Many people have expressed an interest in learning how to create panning photos. Today, I am announcing my first ever Art of Panning Workshop to be held … Continue reading
Up until this year, I really did not see a need for a different photo editor beyond Apple’s Aperture 3.x. I envied from a far the Adobe Photoshop community and their endless supply of support. The price of joining the Photoshop world … Continue reading