Adam Stevens Photography

May 27, 2010

Like Black and White?

Filed under: Personal — Tags: , , , , , — photobby @ 6:18 pm

No photos in this one.  If you have 10$ to spend and love the look of black and white I can not recommend the latest installment from the power house that is Craft and Vision.  I downloaded and read the first installment of the Craft and Vision “Magic of Black and White” when it came out and was very excited about the second piece.  It hit the virtual shelves today and although I have not had time to read it yet, it looks great!  The first “Magic of Black and White” was in many parts simple enough for the average joe, with little photo know how to read, understand and take away some real nuggets.  Part two deals with taking the digital capture, and render it..

I always love hearing and seeing how digital files are manipulated simply and effectivly in the “darkroom”, and am guessing that this will be a little of the novice and the pro.  Just like the first one.  David DuChemin did a quick right up with some screen grabs to get you drooling.  Stroll over and take a look at it here.

The other bit of good news for me is that Bibble 5 is soon to release 5.1 that will include some of the clone and spot healing that I lean on Photo-chop for.  Actually it’s the only thing I lean on PS for…  So this is really good news for me!!  Check it out here (along with all the other Bibble goodness!): http://flightofthebibbles.blogspot.com

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1 Comment »

  1. I can see that patience in photography does not end with the snapping of the picture. Yours is a remarkable hobby of patient creativity. A.A.

    Comment by Aunt Ann — May 28, 2010 @ 5:18 pm


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