Red Apple, a new image and print was recently uploaded to both my website and my Saatchi Art Store. Interestingly enough, I was going thru my Work in Process Folder from a previous year and came across it. I kept looking at it and wondering why I never uploaded it before. It has all the criteria I am always wanting in an image.
- A vibrant subject.
- Dramatic lighting.
- Perfectly exposed and focus is spot on.
- Composition is great.
- I love the contrast between the red apples and weathered wood.
Then I noticed the highlight on the red apple in the foreground and remembered I was really concerned about that and even tried to fix it in Photoshop and didn’t like the results. Now, I love the highlight!
The point I am trying to make is we are all so critical of our own work and sometimes just putting time between the shooting and editing or posting, gives us a different eye. Not only have we emotionally disconnected from our subject, but also as photographers/artist we have grown and growth is always a good thing!
Red apple on weathered wood.
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Ever want to print data off a website without all of their header, footer, etc information or maybe a complete webpage or open web pages on your desktop. Well, if you use an Apple computer, below are a couple of different ways of printing computer screenshots:
1) To select specific areas of the screen, press the CMD/SHIFT/4 keys and you will get a cross hair on your screen. Use your mouse or Wacom to select the area you would like to to print. When you release the click, your selection will be captured to a file on your desktop. You can then send the file to the printer.
2) To print all web pages open on your monitor use CMD/SHIFT/3. Again it will generate a file on your desktop to be sent to the printer.
3) To print one web page of multiple pages open on your desktop press CMD/SHIFT/4, and spacebar. A small camera icon appears that allows you to select which page to send to a file on your desktop. Just send that file to your printer.
Personally, I find the first option most useful when printing computer screeshots and happy to share this information.
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