Happy new year everyone, and apologies if you’re a bit squeamish…..
Was going to save this idea in favour of a completely different approach for this week, but on reflection, asking the wife to pack a suitcase, and pose for some bye bye shots with runny mascara probably wouldn’t have been the best way of starting the new year, even if it was just for a shoot.
The second idea I had was a bin bag full of booze, not sure why I never did that now but sure there was a reason.
Anyhow, I read today that smokers on 20 a day will lose 2 teeth on average, every 10 years. I lost my 10 year 2, just before christmas within a week off each other. Ties in niceley with one of my resolutions….. No, I’m not giving up smoking, I’m giving up reading about healthier choices…….
Anyhow – After 12 years of neglecting my gnashers, I decided on a new beginning for my remaining pegs, with regular trips to the dentist.
(Just noticed that I also forgot to check my ISO before setting up – I thought the flash was doing a good job on 1/64)
Blimey, another month passed already.¬† Just a quick one today to remind everyone (or to let everyone know) that the 20th Edition of the PhotographyBB magazine was released yesterday.¬† Dave Seram, the editor, and founder of PhotographyBB said today;
‚ÄúThis theme of this month‚Äôs edition is ‚ÄòIt‚Äôs Processing Time.‚Äô Often we find ourselves with a large collection of images gathering digital dust on our harddrives as they remain in their un-processed state. This month we‚Äôre looking at using all the tools including Photoshop, Photomerge, ACR, and even Adobe After Effects in a series of processing related articles. We‚Äôll be showing you how to remove people from an image easily without having to use the clone tool, as well as some other exciting stuff!‚Äù
The magazine is free to download from the website HERE
PhotographyBB was founded in Oct, 2006, and is a division of PowerButton Central (2004).
For more information, visit the PhotographyBB website at: http://www.photographybb.com
The PhotographyBB Online Magazine is composed by a hardworking team of volunteer contributing authors who‚Äôs goal is to teach beginners all about digital photography and image processing.
It’s a great read, and published monthly.
Download the Magazine Here