This crate of old soda bottles was photographed in Northern New Mexico in a old fountain drink type of trailer. These old glass soda bottles feature Dr Pepper, Sunkist, and Coca Cola with a rusty old Pepsi sign in the background.
onOne Software today has announced Perfect Photo Suite 8 – the upcoming and highly anticipated upgrade to Perfect Photo Suite 7.
Coming in November of 2013 this software is going to be a must-have for just about every photographer – especially those who have not been too happy with Adobe lately and are looking for alternatives.
New in this release is the New Perfect Enhance module, Perfect Eraser, Perfect Batch utility, and a re-engineered Perfect Effects module.
Click here to read more about it on onOne’s site. Be sure to sign up for the public beta that will start in October.
Here is the full press release:
In order to best handle the growing needs of my website and the future direction it and my business is heading in, I have decided to go back to WordPress for my photography blogging needs.
About a year and a half ago I stopped using WordPress in favor of the newly released blog platform on Zenfolio – the excellent company that handles my online photo galleries and shopping cart.
For the entire month of September, B&H Photo is running a special promotion for NIkon gear.
Starting September 1st and ending September 28th, 29 lenses, 2 flashes and 2 teleconverters will be available at deep discounts combined with camera purchases on 9 popular Nikon DSLR Camera Models including the D7100, D5200, D600, D7000, D3100, D3200, D5100, and the D800.
Coming across this old Harley Davidson motorcycle at a location that mainly features old cars and trucks was a great find.
I started enhancing this 3 photo HDR image by processing it first in Nik’s HDR Efex Pro software. From there I used Silver Efex Pro to desaturate much of the background and edges to separate the bike a little bit from the background, leaving color in certain areas that I liked – such as “The Other Woman” truck in the background.
I then used Color Efex Pro 4 software to bring out more detail, to add a slight vignette, and also to soften up some of the background a bit. Additional layer masking as well as dodging and burning in Photoshop.
Lastly, a very subtle photo texture from FlyPaper Textures was added to finish the look.