iPhone Apps: Mattebox

One of my favorite iPhone camera apps (lately…) is Mattebox. For a detailed look at Mattebox, check out this review. The detailed description can be seen at the iTunes store. It’s well worth the $3.99 price. I’m enjoying the simplicity of the interface and power of the adjustments you can make. Here is a grab […]

iPhone Photos

Been using my iPhone for the past few months exclusively(it seems…). It’s so addictive and readily available, to be able to express yourself creatively any time anywhere. There are quite a few apps a available for taking and editing your photos. I’ll be reviewing each of the iPhone apps that I use the most. And […]

New Video Camera

Sorry for the long pause since my last posting… I received a new video camera for my birthday. No, I decided not to get a GoPro for now. Although I really did like playing with it. This one is the Panasonic HDC-TM700K. It is a full HD camcorder capable of recording 1920 x1080 at 60p. I liked […]

Aqua Man Effect

Step 1: I took this photo on our last visit to Lake Allatoona. Playing around with Photoshop CS5, I was able to get this effect after only a few steps. First, here is the original shot, after conversion from RAW using Adobe Camera RAW(ACR). [ I’ll leave the details of the conversion for a later […]

Blind Photographer

I just had to share this most inspiring story of blind photographer, Pete Eckert. There really are no limits… Pete Eckert is a totally blind person. But through his photography, he proves that he IS a visual person, he just can’t see. Pete was the Grand Prize recipient of Artists Wanted: Exposure 2008, an international photography competition, and was awarded […]

Snow Panorama

During the recent snow storms there were so many opportunities to try out different techniques. I decided to do a panoramic shot of our house with all the snow before it melted. Using my Canon 5D and EF 50mm f/1.4 lens, I rotated the camera vertical and took 13, slightly overlapping exposures. To avoid any variations and […]

Bamboo Forest

I never new this place existed. My sister and her family took us to see the Bamboo Forest near downtown Gainesville… All I had with me was my trusty Canon G11. Using it handheld, I decided to try a little slow shutter effects. First I tried using manual exposure without flash and really didn’t like […]
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