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Weyerbacher White Sun Wit

This is my first time using the suspended or floating object technique. I spent about 30 minutes online researching how to do it in Photoshop. Most of the information I found online was too difficult to understand. Photographer Evan Sharboneau of Photo Extremist created this easy to follow YouTube video that explained it all. I spent another 30 minutes testing out my technique using an empty beer bottle before attempting to photograph my main subject. I think the results are…

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A wallet for my iPhone

I'm in the market for a new wallet. My current wallet was purchased several years ago. It has served me well but is beginning to look worse for wear. After several years I feel I need a change. I carry my iPhone in my left pants pocket. With no case. Commando. I've always been careful to not put iPhone into my pocket with a set of keys. This reduces the chance that my iPhone screen will be scratched. Keeping my…

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Watermarks suck

As you may know, my work is all Creative Commons Non-Commercial. That means people, as long as they give credit and link back to http://www.StuckInCustoms.com , can use my images on their blogs, wallpaper, personal use – anything – as long as it is not used commercially. Every day, I upload a HUGE 6000+ pixel max-resolution image to the Internet. I do not have any fear at all… Believe me, it’s quite liberating living in a world without internet-stealth-fear. ~…

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The Work Space

This isn’t a photograph. Well … it started off as a photograph. I took the photograph using my iPad’s low resolution camera and then applied a filter from PhotoFusion FX. My son and I both liked it so … here it is.…

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Four Sides to A Frame

It follows, and this is worth noting, that the photographer decides where to place each of those four sides with respect to the subject of the photograph. That decision can be made consciously and purposefully. Or it can be made unconsciously, by default. No matter how the decision is made, it can have a huge effect on the impact the image has on the viewer. via eyephotoapps.blogspot.com Photographer, Dave Barr, on the proper framing of iPhone photographs.…

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