- Accenting Light in Photos with Topaz Star Effects: 50% Off
- Winter Photography: 12 Examples of How to Photograph the Cold Season
- Stunning Timelapse Photography from the International Space Station (Video)
Posted: 19 Dec 2013 05:24 PM PST
Star Effects from Topaz is designed to help you bring out the best of any light sources in your photograph. With a variety of fully-customizable effect options for modifying sources of light, you can easily add a creative or dramatic flare to lights or reflective surfaces to draw attention. They are offering it at half off until month’s end, simply remember to use the voucher code DECSTAR at checkout. Deal found here: Topaz Star Effects at 50% Off
There are some photos with powerful elements that grab your attention. You almost can’t look away.
A great way to achieve this in your own work is to add light effects that naturally accentuate your photo, like light rays, lens flares, and sun beams.
See more example photos here: Photos Processed with Topaz Star Effects
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Topaz specifically designed this product to make this process easy. Star Effects includes features to create natural and compelling lighting effects that will make your photos shine.
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The tool is very easy to install and then appears under your filters menu in Photoshop or other programs. Currently 50% off until the end of the month, simply remember to use the voucher code DECSTAR at checkout.
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Posted: 19 Dec 2013 03:03 PM PST
Winter is here! I am not talking about the motto of House Stark from Game of Thrones, but a reality. Days are shorter, nights are longer. Temperatures are going down and it’s hard take your camera and leave warm house to wonder around. That’s why we picked out some photos to inspire you a bit. Check it out:
There are tons of articles to learn something more about it, so take a look. You can start with Winter Landscape Photography, maybe check some tips, or explore something different like Winter Sports or Winter Lifestyle Fashion Photography! Layer up and enjoy the winter.
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Posted: 19 Dec 2013 10:38 AM PST
Some of the most beautiful and moving photography in the world is the photography done in outer space. For the vast majority of us, space exploration is an impossible dream, but thankfully, there is no shortage of astronauts willing to document their extraterrestrial experiences and share them with the world:
Australian filmmaker David Peterson has always dreamt of exploring space. Using photos taken by astronauts aboard the NASA International Space Station, he combined them to create this timelapse sequence “The World Outside My Window” to give his viewers the sensation of flying through space.
In a previous video, entitled “All Alone in the Night,” (see below) Peterson used images of the Earth’s surface from the space station to similar effect; in this film, he focuses more on the actual experiences of the astronauts, with interior shots of the station and one of the astronaut-photographer himself (Don Pettit).
For more photos and videos from space, check out The Gateway to Astronaut Photography.
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