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(This site is currently using the GPP Albdo theme that interfaces with PhotoShelter’s Marquee theme very nicely).
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A mini review of Sky Crystals – Unraveling the Mysteries of Snowflakes
Sky Crystals – Unraveling the Mysteries of Snowflakes by Don Komarechka
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Great book! It is a hardcover printed on a heavy stock that showcases the images very well. The book is divided into 3 main sections, with lots of very well reproduced images.
The first section goes into the science and mechanics of how snow crystals are formed.
The second covers the equipment and how-to of shooting your own images of snowflakes.
And the final section covers post processing the many shots in software to arrive at the final image.
Highly recommended read if you are interested in the science, or photography of snowflakes or even just looking at all the pretty pictures of these short lived wonders.
It was a catalyst in rekindling my interest in macro photography!
Very pleased to have purchased it!
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The book can be obtained from http://skycrystals.ca/
New Year and DONE!
Finally just in time for the new year,
completed all the major changes to the image library.
It really nice to have Lightroom handling most tasks almost automatically, including uploading selected images to the Photoshelter image bank, my 500px feed and even facebook (yuck on that one.)
So went forth and bought myself a new decent ASUS ProArt PA248Q IPS monitor to celebrate, unfortunately it really shows how bad the color was on my supposedly calibrated Samsung 23″ consumer grade monitor.
However the 2 monitors are working out very well side by side with the Asus being used to display the image being worked on while the Samsung is handling the text and menus.
Also picked up a NetGear Push2TV over the holidays, it lets me wireless display anything my Google tablet & laptop see over Miracast or WiDi, will be great for shows & seminars (Now hoping some nice Santa brings me a 1080p projector next year. )