I know it’s Friday and this is supposed to be iPhone Friday day. Not to worry it will return next week. Last Friday I shared with you images of Portland Head taken with my iPhone and today I’d like to share a couple of my DSLR images. I’ve finally finished processing them and I have a few more of this fabulous lighthouse to share in the next little while.
Oh…you’re wondering what the “+ 200” is all about in the title? Well today’s post marks my 200th. Perhaps not a huge cause for celebration but it is, none the less, a milestone for me and I wanted to share with all of you. I’d like to say once again thank you for all your visits and comments.
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Topaz Labs has released a photoFXlab v1.2 update. In addition to some necessary bug fixes, v1.2 will also feature….
- the ability to save you project (layers using a new .tpz file format)
- 3 party-plug-in support (select .8bf plug-ins)
- Cropping Grid overlay (stand-alone mode only)
- Aperture plug-in support
This update is free for current owners. If you don’t have it yet you can use the coupon code “createFX” to purchase photoFXlab for $29.99. This discount will be valid until 08/31/12.
On my “must” list when we were in Maine was to photograph the Portland Head Lighthouse. I’m still processing the images from my DSLR but I thought, in the interim, I’d share a few of my iPhone shots with you.
Have a great weekend everyone.
Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great weekend and that all you Dad’s had a wonderful Father’s Day.
Back to Port Credit today…the original lighthouse, that sat a the mouth of the Credit River in Port Credit, Mississauga was in service from 1882 to 1918. In 1936 the lighthouse was destroyed by fire. In 1991 a replica of the lighthouse was built by the Lions Club of Credit Valley. The structure itself sits atop a sewage pumping station and house a tourist bureau in its base.
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