Thank you all so much. I would so love to get back to my photography. It's been 2 years since my fall and the Hope's of getting better without the surgery have diminished completely. This surgery, if it goes well will ease the pain in my upper body, restore my balance and put some feeling back in my hands. Next they can do my lower back to get me walking right, life really sucks these days.
I'm sorry I haven't been on much, my back and neck have gotten much worse. My Neurologist is in the process of scheduling surgery for my neck. It seems my spinal column is closing up causing me much pain and disrupting my balance which is making it hard for me to walk. Hoping all goes well so I can shoot more photos and maybe get my desktop up and running again. Be back soon, I hope! Well wishes to you all.
Yup. It is just that a lot of people it seems do not know the difference between SAVE and SAVE AS. I don't have Lr and I destroy nothing with Ps CS6.
I agree with you 100%, if you learn the basic fundamentals in working with PS you will never destroy an original.
NO. 1 all my photos are shot as Raw images
NO. 2 all photos are worked on copies only
No. 3 all work is done on layers
No. 4 Final copies are Save As, renamed and placed in its final location
Following these procedures as spelled out in the Adobe instructions as per the use of PS are quite clear. So my suggestion is to sit down with a manual and learn proper proceedures.
I am an expert in PS, been using it since its inception, PS 1, I believe it was about 1975. I also worked for for one of the largest Advertising Agencies in the world, DDB WORLDWIDE and these procedures were adhered too exclusively. LR was not used at all, it's really not meant for Advertising, more for Weddings were treatments can be made globally across many images.
Great shots Mike, love them all.
Real nice Mike, makes me want to go out and do some of the same, been awhile.
Thank you sir, appreciate your comments.
Can only be 5, 4 & 6 no input 7 has a hole in it.
What I like most about 3 is it fills the frame vertically, his tail feathers run deeper and follow the line of the tree, accents his full body.
Like them all but 3 is my favorite.
They do have Prime section.
Reminded me of my father, my nephews and I used to race for the back seat.