Depth of Field, Striking it Rich, and Photoshop Online

Depth of Field Video Tutorial

So this goes pretty good with yesterday’s topic on Controlling Depth of Field.  I found this video on YouTube by Shelton Muller with Total Image.  It gives you a good visual handle on the differences between depth of field and why you might use one versus the other.

Amateur Photographer Making the Sales

The Photopreneur has a story about an amateur photographer called Rich Legg: Striking it Rich.  It’s a great story about a real guy who loves photography.  He has started to accomplish what many amateur photographers strive for — selling photos.  See how he’s gotten to where he’s at now, and check out his blog called LeggNet’s Digital Capture.

Use Photoshop Online for Free

So CNET News has the scoop on the plans for Adobe to Take Photoshop Online — and offer it for free, no less!  Now don’t get too excited, two things to keep in mind: 1) It’s not for probably another six months, and 2) It won’t be the full-blown feature-filled version of CS3 or even Elements.  But it should be a handy little web application.  The price is right at least.

Photo of the Day…

Cenral Park

Photo by Brian Auer
11/06/06 New York, NY
Central Park in Manhattan
Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D
Konica Minolta AF DT 18-200
35mm equiv * f/6.7 * 1/45s * ISO100

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About Brian Auer

a photography enthusiast from North Idaho. He's also the guy behind the Epic Edits Weblog. As a hobbyist photographer since 2003, his passion has been to constantly improve his photography skill set, to share his own knowledge with others, and to become an integral part of the photographic community.

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