Daily Image - Aug 2011 Archive - sonofjohan
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19 Aug 11.  Today's submission is a fully "adjusted" image that was created via a plugin for photoshop.  It is called buzsim and it is part of the Simply plugin from Topaz. According to the company, it is the most popular of all their filters. This is my first attempt with employing it, and I think I really like what it does. This view of a farm I've shared before was taken from a house directly behind and above it, so the perspective is very different from what I've shared prior. The filter gives it an almost paint-by-number appearance that reminds me of many very poorly executed "canvases" of my youth. Not visible at the right hand edge of the photo is an area that is frequently visited by the local Black Bears. This morning, as I arrived at the property, I had the pleasure for the first time, of being visited by our resident Black Bear who made a fleeting appearance accompanied by her cub. It was truly a wonderful sight to see. With a little luck, I hope to get a few images of her in the ner future.ISO 200; 1/800 sec @ f / 7.1

19 Aug 11. Today's submission is a fully "adjusted" image that was created via a plugin for photoshop. It is called buzsim and it is part of the Simply plugin from Topaz. According to the company, it is the most popular of all their filters. This is my first attempt with employing it, and I think I really like what it does. This view of a farm I've shared before was taken from a house directly behind and above it, so the perspective is very different from what I've shared prior. The filter gives it an almost paint-by-number appearance that reminds me of many very poorly executed "canvases" of my youth. Not visible at the right hand edge of the photo is an area that is frequently visited by the local Black Bears. This morning, as I arrived at the property, I had the pleasure for the first time, of being visited by our resident Black Bear who made a fleeting appearance accompanied by her cub. It was truly a wonderful sight to see. With a little luck, I hope to get a few images of her in the ner future.ISO 200; 1/800 sec @ f / 7.1

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