I believe you can do batches through Photoshop Bridge by selecting multiple photos and going to the tools menu and applying your template. Or I prefer Photoshop Lightroom.
If you search for “bokeh effect action” there is one preview that shows a street scene, don’t know if that is helpful or not. Good luck with your search.
We have about 12-14 inches of show on the ground here and the temperature with wind chill factor is about -9F, the sun is just coming up and clearing the tops of the trees and is sparkling off the snow like diamonds. Cold, sunny, beautiful, and perfect!!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year Everyone!!
To become an author on PhotoDune you need to submit your portfolio in a zip file. After your Portfolio is reviewed & approved you no longer have to put your photos into a zip file and you just upload the largest resolution that you have available. Hope that helps.
I have had this happen between the Backgrounds and Texture Categories several times, it would be nice if they could just send it over to the other category with a note on the files so the “new” reviewer knows where it has already been submitted too. It is very frustrating but I just keep going, chin up and work on a different project hoping someday they will change the process. Good luck with your item.
Many people have received this so I’m going to say it is spam.
Hi marb67, I think your sales will increase as you build your portfolio, at least mine did. You have a lot of mice shots in your portfolio so I think you will do good here. Sales for me have built slowly as I build my portfolio but I have noticed that corporate business related photos do sell the best. Good luck with your sales.
It all depends on your budget, but I would go for a DSLR, either Nikon (or Canon) and preferably with more than just the budget kit lens. The Nikon D600, D5200, or the D7100 will be wonderful and give hours of pleasure and tonnes of great photo quality. Why those two, proven performance, ability to get great glass even second hand, tons of add on extra’s. Others will disagree of course, but that is the nature of it all
I agree. If you are low on budget though, you could get the D3200 (or even the D3100) but I would recommend the D5100. Canon 550D is also great. If you are not on budget, the D7100! But go in a shop and get a hands on experience before you decide. Don’t just rush into buying one!On the Canon / Nikon debate I would recommend to you to buy the one that most of your friends have so that you can borrow their lenses until you can afford to get yours
All the above is very good advice. I started out with a Canon T3i/600D with the lens kit and later invested in L-series lenses. I haven’t ever used a Nikon so have nothing bad to say about them, but for me, the “flip out display that rotates” feature of the T3i is something that I had to have. So I would say to research features and see what would be best for you and what you will be shooting and maybe price future lens purchases to see if one brand fits your budget better than the other. Good Luck with your business