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Michael Hoffman
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By day, a globe-trotting business executive, in my off time, a photographer and educator.
By day, a globe-trotting business executive, in my off time, a photographer and educator.

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Spectacular, almost surreal aerial images. I love this, but you'd never catch me dangling out of a helicopter at 7500 feet! (Nor any lower altitude, for that matter :-)
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The tools in #Adobe #Illustrator CC just keep getting better. Here's +Terry White demonstrating the improved capabilities of the Pencil Tool.
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25 fictional places you can actually visit in real life, from Hogwarts to Hobbiton [ via +500px ]
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Here's a concise, graphical explanation of the mechanics behind Bézier curves, the mathematical objects behind the Pen Tool. [ Via +John Nack ]
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Milky Way over Devils Tower

A beautiful and appropriately spooky image from NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day

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+Topaz Labs Clarity is available this month at 25% off, with discount code 'OCTCLARITY,' a good deal for a great product!
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Automate Export With User Defined Export Presets in #Lightroom 

Photoshop Lightroom is one great piece of software which makes image editing much faster and easier especially for photographers. Lightroom is a part of Photography program, it comes together with Photoshop. If there is something that you cannot do in Lightroom there is big brother Photoshop. Currently I am covering Photoshop actions on this blog and you can read more from here. Certain things can be successfully automated straightly from Lightroom. In this post I want to point to one of automation options which can make your life easier, process faster and allow you to skip the tedious task of defining export presets with each new export. That option you can find from File > Export with Preset > option which can be under default User Preset or any other folder created by the user (you).
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Bird portraits? What a fun idea :-) The results are surprisingly expressive!
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Clever! Can you name the value of these resistors? Bonus: what is the value of the circuit with them all in parallel? :)
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