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If you like the processing and white feather detail on my recent pelican images be sure to register for my upcoming MacPhun Intensify Pro webinar.Ride along on this exciting adventure with one of the top wildlife photographers working today! You’ll get to experience ‘live’ how Chas is able to post-process his favorite images with Intensify […]

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  • I just started using Macphun apps and am trying to learn all the little tricks.
    During the webinar today you used the dynamic masking slider for details. How did you make it show the line like drawing that indicated where it was going to be applied?
    Thanks!
    JennyReplyCancel

    • Jenny, hold down the Alt key on PC or Option key on the MAC while moving the mask slider. It takes a bit before you see the effect.ReplyCancel

Hey Gang, I will be hosting a Nik filter webinar as below. Hope you join us. Using Nik Software To Make Your Best images Even Better with Charles Glatzer Oct 19, 2011 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/438187146 Use coupon code cglatzer for 15% discount off Nik filters. Join Wildlife Master Photographer Charles (Chas) […]

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  • Has this been posted anywhere for those of us who’d like to watch a rerun?ReplyCancel

    • Elliotte,

      Nik tutorial is available here.

      And, a recent Nik Radio interview can be found here

      Nik Radio – Pro Talk with Charles Glatzer 12/22/11
      Free
      View In iTunesReplyCancel

The Complete Post-Production workshop with Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5 Nov11-13th, 2011 Hosts Charles Glatzer M.Photog, David Kelly Adobe Certified Instructor. This workshop series will provide you with the tools necessary to correct your RAW image to its fullest potential. I receive daily e-mails asking me why my images appear more lifelike and dimensional than […]

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