onOne Loyalty Rewards – August

Posted on August 26, 2014

Perfect Photo Suite 8.x customers should be really excited to receive this months reward – 10 Textured Presets for Perfect Effects 8. Nicole S. Young put together this excellant collection. Make sure to thank Nicole!

The Loyalty Rewards for August are sent by email and should have arrived to your inbox (if not, contact support and they can resend the email). Enjoy!

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It’s a Photo Walk!

Posted on August 25, 2014

We’re having a Photo Walk with Fundy Software Inc this Thursday – 7pm at The Mash Tun Brewpub, Portland, OR. We will start walking right at 7, so come early if you want to sample one or more of their tasty brews. We are looking forward to seeing everyone! 

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July Photo Contest Winners

Posted on August 5, 2014

There were a ton of great photos to sort through. It gets tougher each month! Thanks to all who submitted photos in July. We have another contest for August with another summer related theme and some of our best prizes yet! Here are the winners.

1st Place: Chris Carden

Summer Memories

2nd Place: Paul Carmona

Ben McGrath

3rd Place: Marc Arzt

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August Photo Contest – Essence of Summer

Posted on August 4, 2014

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Theme: Is it a shot of your favorite swimming hole? OR on your favorite beach? Is it your annual camping trip? This theme is open for interpretation on what summer means to you. Capture the essence of summer and submit your photo.

End Date: August 31, 2014

Ancient Trees, the Milky Way and Perfect Photo Suite 8.5

Posted on July 30, 2014

by Hudson Henry www.hudsonhenry.com

In this post I’ll take you on a photographic journey to one of my favorite remote locations while explaining how I created and then edited the images showcased. I’ve recently been using Perfect Photo Suite 8.5 to edit this really special set of low light photographs. It has been a great surprise to discover how easily I can achieve the look and quality I was after. Before using onOne, my low-light postproduction process was dramatically more complicated and time consuming.

Photographer with Milky Way and Bristlecone Pine