I guess I’m a little bit old fashioned, but I’m not so much into using filters on my photos that I’ve taken with my DSLR. But sometimes you might wan’t to create something special or new, but you don’t want to download a new software, go through the hassle of installing and so on. That’s when the new Online Photo Enhancement Solutions come into play.
Yesterday I stumbled over this great collection of Online Photo Enhancement Solutions at PhotoZZ. Link to the article
If you’ll give any of them a go, I would be really interesting in your experience. My own favourite so far is iPiccy
Hope you have a great Sunday!
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Thanks for the information. I had no idea about these. 🙂
I used it on one of my pictures. It was fun to apply those interesting operations. I liked the output.
Thank you 🙂
It’s much better than I expected it to be. Happy if you like! 🙂
Pedro – thanks for sharing. i will look into these as soon as I download the first series of photos I took today on my first ever DSLR – Nikon 5000. I see you use it too. As I am a complete novice, I was wondering if you had a post on tips for the camera? The instruction book looked like French to me first, but I am starting to get the hang of it… I’m just so new to the whole thing. Adjusting ISO and turning on D Active Lighting is a huge accomplishment for me – let’s put it that way! So would love to hear from you. Thank you!
So glad to hear that you bought a Nikon D5000. It’s a great camera, in such a small body. I bought a D7000 a year ago but I still use the D5000 sometimes when I wan’t to use the smaller camera body. It’s so much camera in terms of price / prestanda.
If you wan’t to try new things maybe you haven’t tried bracketing? Really useful for HDR-pics. If you will buy a new lense that’s good value for money, look into Nikkor 35 or 50. You’ll have no zoom, but you’ll have a truly great lense. If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to ask.
No zoom? I can’t imagine a lens with no zoom. Thank you – I will read up about them. And I need to get acquainted with this bracketing… any quick tips as to what I need to do? I think I understand the premise of it though I am a bit confused – does it take 3 photos at different exposures? Thanks!