June 24, 2011

Enjoying the options in Snapseed

Great start to my visit to the Palouse

When arriving in the Palouse yesterday, I decided I wanted to stop at one of my favorite places just past St. John. I had visited here a few times but never in the evening.  To my surprise a new vehicle was parked in the old garage and the light was perfect, lucky me.

This is 5 images captures with ProHDR then processed with AutoStitch. Snapseed and Filterstorm were the only two apps I used to process this one. I used Vintage and Grunge Films and the Organic Frames in Snapseed. In Filterstorm I blended back detail in the truck and sharpened the image.

fxPhotoStudio for the Mac is currently on sale for only $9.99. However I have two copies to give away. 
One of the copies will be given to the first person who signs up for my July 11th iCreativity course, please see link in upper left hand corner.
The second copy will be given to a lucky winner that will be chosen randomly. To be eligible  you must 'share' my blog with your friends on FB and/or 'mention' this blog or me '@terilouiartist' on Twitter. Simply do this by clicking the Facebook or Twitter icons next to the 'comments' at the end of this blogpost. The lucky winner will be chosen at random on July 11th, Please mention and share daily.

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If you would like to learn how to capture and process iPhone images beyond a basic snapshot take an Online iPhoneography Course with Teri Lou. Two courses are available iPhoneography 101 and iCreativity. Click on the direct links in the upper left hand column of this blog for information, pricing and schedule.

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