SnagIt Review – Techsmith Screen Capture Software

  • SnagIt Review – Techsmith Screen Capture Software

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    Online pictures are worth a thousand words when collaborating with graphic artists, programmers and business associates. Sure there is print screen but SnagIt is infinitely better.  For years, I have been a fan of this program.  SnagIt is always the first program loaded on any new computer of mine.  SnagIt Constantly Improves Just when you think this program can’t get better, Techsmith releases new

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  • Planning A Photo Trip

    Planning a photo trip can be as much fun as taking your trip.  Your dream vacation will include sites and experiences that are personalized to capture memories that will last a lifetime. Here are a few tips to help you plan your next photo vacation: 1. Map Your Route Like in the Amazing Race Series . . . your destinations can be found in your map.  Even with a

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  • Adobe Photoshop Tip – How to Change a Color Photo to Black and White

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    In the old days, professional photographers used both color and black and white film. Having your photos printed from colored film to black and white photos meant a special trip to a professional printer. Now with software advancements, changing a photo from color to black and white can be done in the comfort of your own home.  Photos that are

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  • How To Add A Screensaver Photo to Your Windows Desktop

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      Why have a boring Windows XP or Vista background when you can customize your Windows computer desktop? Our dog  waiting for us to throw his favorite ball is our screensaver at the moment.  During stressful days, the photo reminds us of great times at the lake with our best friend. Changing your desktop couldn’t be easier.  Here are the easy steps: Step 1: Find

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  • Butterfly Photos with the Canon Powershot SX10IS

    Butterflies are not easy to photograph because they are really fast and have erratic flying patterns. I have taken a lot of photos at different angles and at different locations. When you come near the butterflies, they take off and you have to run after them which gets in the way of shooting clear and crisp photos. After many tests

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  • Blue Skies and Men in Trees

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    Whenever tree services come to our neighborhood, I always grab my Nikon D40 digital camera to take some pictures.  Men towering 30 feet in the air armed with chain saws against the backdrop of blue skies make beautiful photos.  Last week, we had a dead tree that barely missed our house and power lines so the electric company sent a

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  • Capturing Sunsets Nikonp80

    Capturing Sunsets With Nikon Coolpix P80

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    Sunsets make perfect photo opportunities because every 3 to 5 minutes each sunset dramatically changes color. Stay an hour on a beach or mountainside and wait for the sunset. You will witness a kaleidoscope of ever changing colors. Sometimes you will see striking orange colors and sometimes a lot of bluish hues. Always remember that every sunset is special and don’t use the flash since

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  • Mastering Night Photography

    Here are some tips for improving your night photography.  I have tested these tips using Canon, Sony and Nikon digital cameras with their internal flash: Night Photography Tip # 1 If your flash has a maximum range of 6 feet, flash group outdoor portrait photos taken beyond 6 feet will have a grainy look and feel. Your photos will not have a case of red eye

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  • SonyH10

    Island Hopping with the Sony Cybershot DSC-H10

    Island hopping in powerboats, sailboats or even big Cruise Liners provides a wonderful opportunity to capture photos.  Small islands like Oahu in Hawaii or the Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska are perfect locations for vacation memories. Unfortunately boats are not steady which often makes for blurry shots. A digital camera that provides crisp clear photos perfectly even on a rocky boat

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  • Sunrise with the Nikon Coolpix P90

    Each moment during a sunrise gives you different colors and shades from blues to oranges to reds. I was in a fishing village when I took this shot. Since the beach is not facing east, I managed to capture this photo using the wide angle lens of the Nikon P90 digital camera.  Lens Versatility Enhance your photography shooting expertise with

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