Monthly Archives: February 2011

Content-Aware Photoshop

I wrote yesterday that I use Photoshop CS5 only occasionally, sometimes for fun things like making orbs or making kaleidoscope displays, but more often for fine-tuning images in ways that I can’t do in Lightroom.  Let me give you an … Continue reading

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To Photoshop, or not to Photoshop?

I use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.3 to process my raw digital images as they come from the camera.  I compare the images and choose the “keepers” and delete the “throwaways” before doing any development.  I then make adjustments to exposure, … Continue reading

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Our Bedroom Window

Our bedroom window looks out from our second floor onto the 12th green of the George Fazio golf course in Palmetto Dunes.  It’s a beautiful, tranquil view with many tall trees lining the fairways and clustering around the greens.  I … Continue reading

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We awoke this morning to a crashing thunderstorm.  It was so unusual in our experience here that at first I didn’t believe it was thunder and lightning, and only after being surprised by a flash of lightning while looking out … Continue reading

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Ah, February!

With the advent of warmer weather (mid-60s each day) and more sunshine the golfers and golf course personnel are becoming more intentional now, actively laying claim to the course as if they own it.  Yesterday Billie and I were enjoying … Continue reading

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