We’re underway with the workshop in Maine at Maine Media Workshops, Rockport. It’s been an odd-weather week so far – whitish skies, blah kind of morning or afternoon light, except for the first afternoon photo session. Forecast is not great sounding, but we’ll have plenty to do inside if it pours down on us. The group is learning about Nik Software, HDR – the real look – and a host of other plug-ins for special looks. This image was processed using Nik Color Efex Pro – I selected the Monday Morning filter even thought it was a Tuesday when I created it – and liked the effect. If I posted this picture before, I apologize – not time for me to do much photography or processing during this class – with 13 students, I’m busy! Just wanted to stay in the loop on the blogosphere….
More to come later, enjoy your day!
If you’re interested in applying special looks to your images, see my discounts page her (click on the tab above) and you’ll get a break on the prices of several programs…
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Really nice look to this image. Can’t go wrong with big sunflowers! There’s a glow here I really like. Same effect you get with “de-Clarity” in Lightroom.
Thanks, Stacey – and yes, Kalani – they are happy! Sunflowers always seem to be to me.
they’re happy being sunflowers, i love it.
Hi Brenda, love the sunflower look with the Monday Morning filter. I will have to try that.
Any international trips pkanned anytime soon??
I agree, Brenda: you should definitely stay “in the loop.” Or should that be “in the loupe?” 😉
Oh you are too funny, Barbara – and I guess Loupe still works because i use one to see my LCD – the Hoodman Loupe!! I’m doing my best in between my busy schedule of travel/teaching.
You are doing great … Brenda … the image looks great with the filter … I will try it with one of my images …
Thanks, Rok – you’ll find some others in there that are really neat, too!