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Amazing how flexible the mouth of a python is to be able to swallow a full grown large deer!
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Desert Somnipathy

Before & After on my FB page: http://goo.gl/S9D2Uz 

This image is a 7 shot panorama featuring the full arc of the Spring Milky Way at Three Sisters monument in Goblin Valley, Utah. A few night shooters look on while their cameras fire away as the setting moon creates a blue hour glow in the sky over the desert. Somnipathy is the general term for sleep disorders.

Nikon D600 & 14-24mm @ 14mm 
f/2.8 - 7 x 30 secs - ISO 2000
06/05/14 - 1:00AM
Stitched via PTGui and processed via Lightroom & Photoshop CC

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Since most of us prefer devoting time to being creative with Photoshop rather than burning up precious minutes on tedious tasks like retouching, I've developed a quick and efficient portrait retouching workflow that reveals dramatic improvements in just 5 - 10 minutes.  In today's Photoshop Workbench tutorial, we'll learn how to brighten eyes, reduce wrinkles, remove blemishes, smooth skin, add light to irises, trim eyebrows, and whiten teeth…all in the context of a fun, fast, non-destructive workflow.

Watch this FREE tutorial:
http://www.msjphotography.com/index.php/2014/12/photoshop-workbench-454-10-minute-photoshop-portrait-retouch/

#photoshop   #photoshoptutorials   #photoretouching   #retouch   #retouching  
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#APERTURETOLR question about catalog sizes.

In aperture I have several libraries of different sizes. Most are in the 20GB range with one well over 70 GB. I've felt it better not to overload the thumbnail storage systems. Now. Moing to LR, do you have any advice? What I've read suggest one large file collection broken down in LR.

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I did a bunch of research on this when I switched and made this video: How to Switch from Aperture to Lightroom
I don't know how it compares to the product Adobe just put out for this.
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Impressive 300-yard archery shot
Hunters' opinions differ on what the maximum effective---as well as ethical---range of any particular bow is, but most agree that an amazing long-dist...
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Archery instructor Anna Maltese's interesting [but flawed in places?] sceptical video re an archery trick shooter who claims to have rediscovered "lost" archery techniques. Comment section full of the usual YouTubery nonsense + large portions of little boy misogyny. A slower, more focussed video looking at [for example] preserved historical training manuals would have been more enlightening IMO. [Disclaimer: I'm not an archer or historian, but at times Anna seems to be falling into the very fallacy traps she's critical of].
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The lady knows her stuff. Her analysis of the archery is much closer to the truth than the trick shot video. 
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An African spurred tortoise (Geochelone sulcata) with two heads and five legs is displayed in Zilina on March 7, 2011. The two-headed tortoise was given two names, Magda for the left head and Lenka for the right

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Check out this video on YouTube: probably get this before the quadcopter. 
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Aperture has crashed repeatedly when exporting originals. I'm using a 2011 iMac, with up to date OSX. I'm trying to move files to a new referenced library.

I have them organized in folders, containing albums by month.

When I go to the folder, select all photos and export originals, I get exports of 10 to 500 images. Then Aperture crashes.

Any thoughts? Thanks
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Thanks to all for the comments. Project complete. I wonder if my export problem stemmed from exporting folders instead of albums? Something for me to experiment with when snow flies again.
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Underwater Poseidon Resort in Fiji

You can sleep in the ocean floor...and you get a button to push so you can feed the fish!!
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Five Golden Rings... | - Ann Street Studio
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This #hintingseason we're dreaming of snowy winter scenes and little golden gleams...five golden rings to be precise. Cinemagraph by Ann Str