Tag: Photography

Luminar by Macphun

Macphun did it again.  Luminar is in my opinion, another editing tool that will help thousands of photographers of all levels.  The interface is easy to use and also has very advanced features that will please avid post processing photographers.  I spent one week exploring the new and slick Macphun software and here is what

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Manny Photo Ideas – Olympic National Park.

I have been very impressed with the beauty found in the Olympic National Park in Washington state, USA.  The park is very diversify with mountains, lakes, rivers, and the Pacific coast line.  You can visit it the easy way driving your vehicle from campsites to lookouts or pack your backpack and hike the step terrain for

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Looking for last minute shopping ideas?

Here is a few ideas for last minute Christmas shopping. Get Luminar, the brand new Macphun editing software for MAC.  Luminar is the new simple but yet very powerful editing software.  Imagine a blend of MAC Photos, Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop for only 69.99 CDN$. (from the app store) Aurora HDR 2017 for MAC.  A

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Raya Pro Panel. Luminosity Masks Made Easy!

  Digital blending is one of my favorite post production technique.  It is a fantastic way to create stunning vibrant images.  The downside is it’s somewhat time consuming if you don’t have the right tools for the job. I have been a fan of Jimmy McIntyre’s Raya Pro Panel for a while now.  I can’t

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Snapheal. A Great Extension For Mac Photos!

I have recently got the MacPhun Snapheal software for free when I entered a photo contest with Viewbug.  I quickly downloaded the software and realized that it can work as an extension for Mac Photos.  I was delighted to see that you can do a whole lot for only $7 Cdn.  This program will allow you

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How to create a HDR Image using Mac Photos and HDR Efex Pro 2

There is no way to create a High Dynamic Range images if you are only using the Mac Photos software. The only solution I have found is to use a third party software like the free HDR Efex Pro 2 from the Google Nik Collection with the help of the External Editor for Photos.  It is not an

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