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Anthropics Image Manipulation for Facial Features
3/3/2012 9:00 AM By  BkkSteve  

What Anthropics Portrait Professional Studio 10 does, is puts the option for such corrections within reach of almost anyone without the steep learning curve of Photoshop.


 
 


Vintage Canon 1ds Mark II vs. Canon 5d Mark II
2/4/2012 9:00 AM By  BkkSteve  
Have you ever wanted the superior autofocus and metering of a 1d series body? The top build quality, dual flash memory cards, and much higher quality shutter, shutter release and other buttons and controls? But you didn’t want to spend the $8000?

 
 


Critical Focusing Might be Genetic!
12/30/2011 9:00 PM By  BkkSteve  

Above is a scan of a print my grandfather took of my grandmother’s 1963 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, quite a car in those days. Yup, it’s suspended in the air by the stream of water coming from the fire hydrant underneath it.


 
 


UFO’s in the Midwest
12/2/2011 9:00 PM By  BkkSteve  

From our location all we could see was a ball of color and treetops, no rainbows, no explanation for the color ball, and other than taking a picture of just the sky or the sky and treetops there was no obvious composition available.


 
 


The Next Level
11/1/2011 5:31 AM By  BkkSteve  
What do you see when you look up through the trees in fall? You’ll notice that in nature there are very few if any straight lines. Looking through the trees I saw a naturally occurring painting. Nature’s art.

 
 


Photoshop Meets an Unremarkable Image
9/29/2011 2:49 AM By  BkkSteve  
Using my camera I was only able to meet part of my clients requirements, Photoshop allowed me to meet the remainder.

 
 


Pointing Your Camera, Part Four
8/20/2011 11:50 AM By  BkkSteve  

When you’re deciding what to point your camera at, think about if you want to show a picture of a pretty building, or if you want to tell a story of a pretty building.


 
 


Pointing Your Camera, Part Three
8/13/2011 11:50 AM By  BkkSteve  

This is the third part in our “Pointing Your Camera” series which is designed to help you filter the scene your eyes are seeing, and find that memorable scene your camera can see.


 
 


Pointing Your Camera, Part Two
7/30/2011 11:50 AM By  BkkSteve  

“BkkSteve, the most difficult thing for me is knowing what to photograph.” This might be the most common question I get during a workshop.


 
 


Pointing Your Camera, Part One
7/23/2011 11:50 AM By  BkkSteve  

Exactly what is it you wish the viewer to see or feel from your image? And what elements of the composition will help impart this feeling to the viewer?


 
 
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