Sunday, February 21, 2010

Photoshop online photo sharing and editing.

Photoshop has entered the online photo sharing and editing biz. The service is similar to Flickr and all the others, with the exception of the editing. The editing module appears to be a little more in depth than some of the other services. The sharing module allows one to send their photos to other services, such as Flickr or Facebook; kind of a drag and drop thing. The service excepts stills as well as videos, like most other services.
You can take it for a test drive or set-up an account, it is easy. Since, I already have an account I decided to put one photo on the system to see what it is about and how it looks when viewed. Click here to judge for yourself. To test drive the service click here.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Snow Days!

Fence full of snowAt last the snow days!! I was wondering if we were going to get any real snow days or not this season. I know we had a dusting a few weeks back but nothing of any amount. Of course if you compare this to the Northern states this is not a real amount, but for Georgia it is just fine.

I didn't get a real chance to get out. My car did not take to the snow and decided not to start. So, I was limited by how much I wanted to walk. Off I went, but I forgot one most important item, CF cards. Yep it was but a short while before my camera was blinking the message "CF Card Full". So much for a lot of photos. So, I made snow angels and men instead.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The New Rebel!


The Family Camera is Back, Introducing the EOS Rebel T2i Featuring a Large 18-Megapixel CMOS Sensor and Full HD Video Recording with Selectable Frame Rates up to 30 fps.

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Online Portfolio

I have created a new site for my portfolio Darren Carroll photography. Feel free to go check my links and all that, feedback is welcome.
The site is a mixture of html and flash. I decided not to go completely flash because of the SEO factor. I had to sacrifice somethings because of this, like the music. The color choice is based on the 18 percent gray theory and the photos actually do look different depending on their background. Click here to go directly to the site or use the link on the right side under the heading Photography Web Sites.
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