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  • Great Spot Retouching in "Photo Editor+" by Axiem

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    ThePhotosExpert
    9 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm
    One of my most missed features from iPhoto for iOS is the retouching brush. Often I want to remove a little blemish from a photo, and Photos for iOS doesn’t have this. I recently discovered “Photo Editor+” by Axiom, and while it’s a complete editing tool, the retouching brush is the one thing I want to focus on here. Tags: Photo Editor+iOS
  • Red-footed Cannibalflies (mating pairs)

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    waltersanford
    5 Jan 2015 | 2:00 am
    The following photographs show mating pairs of Red-footed Cannibalflies (Promachus rufipes) spotted
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    Latest Tips from The Photos Expert

  • Great Spot Retouching in "Photo Editor+" by Axiem

    ThePhotosExpert
    9 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm
    One of my most missed features from iPhoto for iOS is the retouching brush. Often I want to remove a little blemish from a photo, and Photos for iOS doesn’t have this. I recently discovered “Photo Editor+” by Axiom, and while it’s a complete editing tool, the retouching brush is the one thing I want to focus on here. Tags: Photo Editor+iOS
  • Really Smart Photos with OnOne and Aperture

    ThePhotosExpert
    24 Dec 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The advantage of Aperture’s Round Trip is that it keeps all your work packaged up neatly in an easy-to-handle Library. One of the disadvantages is that many of the plug-ins that work with Aperture’s Library also fix their results permanently upon exit. If you wish to go back and tweak later, you’re stuck with starting over with your last Aperture version. The latest version of onOne Software’s Perfect Photo Suite 9 aims to address that. Tags: onOne SoftwarePerfect Photo Suite
  • "Afterlight" iOS app; a Quick Look

    ThePhotosExpert
    17 Dec 2014 | 12:00 pm
    “Afterlight” is a powerful photo editing app featuring filters, textures, light leaks, masks and more. And of course, you can access it from the Photos app via Extensions. Tags: Photos ExtensionAfterlightQuick Look
  • Living Earth Desktop's Potentially Dangerous Conflict with Aperture

    ThePhotosExpert
    12 Dec 2014 | 12:00 pm
    If you’re running the app Living Earth, and also seeing unexplained Aperture problems, then Living Earth may be the culprit. Red one user’s experience and what it took to figure it out. Tags: Living Earth Desktop
  • How to Sort Photos in the Import Window in Aperture 3

    ThePhotosExpert
    10 Dec 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Have you ever scratched your head at what you’re seeing in the import dialog… positive you have newer work than what’s there, or that the image on the bottom simply isn’t the most recent photo you shot? Read on to see how to sort the images on your card in the import window. Tags: Import
 
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  • Red-footed Cannibalflies (mating pairs)

    waltersanford
    5 Jan 2015 | 2:00 am
    The following photographs show mating pairs of Red-footed Cannibalflies (Promachus rufipes) spotted
  • Exposure: What is Exposure? Shutter? Shutter speed? Aperture?

    junitotz
    4 Jan 2015 | 11:24 pm
    Professional photography with its high end image creating machinery is quite tasky to be mirrored to a more simple kind of photography. However, like what Ben Long has said “You can take powerful images with any camera that you have in mind”. Initially the course I’m taking started with the study of exposure on which parts of the camera and camera controls were explained as detailed as possible. In a normal SLR one will say that you most, if not all, have all the options that you need to render a good image. Not to be disheartened with this assumption, at the time I was…
  • Great Southern Land

    pierrevontrap
    4 Jan 2015 | 4:04 am
    Shutter Speed: 1/8 s Aperture: f/9 ISO: 200
  • Day 3 - Nifty 50 F stops and Aperture

    Helen
    3 Jan 2015 | 6:50 am
    One again this morning I am in Aperture priority mode on my Canon camera and I am going to look at F
  • Approaching Lightroom

    wezlo
    3 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    Last Spring Apple announced the expected, and yet altogether depressing, demise of the incredible Aperture. This photo organizing and post-processing application was one of the first purchases I made after begin given my first DSLR. I love it’s simplicity, clean lay-out, and speed. Aperture will probably work for another year or so before it becomes too unstable to use in newer versions of OS X, but I’ve been looking for migration paths for several months. I’ve dabbled with several options, including the OpenSource Darktable, but nothing really fit what I wanted. So this…
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