The Fence

Today’s Photo: The Fence

I love to take photos of landscapes, as if you could not figure that out.  However, when you don’t get to travel as much as I would like, you have to take photos of the same scenes over and over.  That is unless you get creative.  In the country, that’s a funny statement, living within an hour of the center of downtown Atlanta, you can always find a picturesque scene with a fence.  I mean, the back roads have fences along most of them to keep the cows cooped up.

And then the fences have gates in them too.  Yeah, I went there.  So since I now have you in the mood to look at gates, why don’t you go look at “The Gate“.

Photoshop Compositing Secrets

I am so excited.  I got home today to my new copy of Matt Kloskowski’s new book Photoshop Compositing Secrets.  I prefer natural photos with out all the “photoshopping”, but there is just something about a well put together composite.   However, I still can’t wait to get into it and have some fun.  If you have not heard of Photoshop Compositing Secrets, check out the cool video over at Kelby Training.

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4 Responses to The Fence / Photoshop Compositing Secrets

  1. Kris Koeller says:

    Interested to hear your thoughts on the book. I’ve held off learning PhotoShop for years as I feared it would become an endless slippery slope, but I’ve starting doing some editing in Acorn and enjoy it. Looking to upgrade my toolset. Nice photo, too.

    • Tim Stanley says:

      I’ve been using Photoshop for years, but only recently really started learning more advanced features. It’s well worth the time investment. If budget is an issue, then Photoshop Elements is a super buy, plus it has most features a photographer would ever need.

      • I have used photoshop extensively and in photo processing, there is little that can beat using layers during workflow. Right now, however, I have found that 98 percent of my processing goes through lightroom. I find that it is much easier to use and faster.

    • Kris, I agree it can lead to a slippery slope. However, I believe that it has it’s uses and is a valuable addition to the toolbox.

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