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Best Photo Effects Online
- (Photo effect) Convenient for color correction of photographs and movies. Also, screen images can be adjusted to Monochrome, Sepia or to the Gaussian Blur effect
- (Photo-effect) Also known as photoelectric-effect. This refers to a phenomenon of ejection of electrons from a metal whose surface is exposed to light.
- With processing of data carried out simultaneously with its production
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- on-line: connected to a computer network or accessible by computer; "an on-line database"
- While so connected or under computer control
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The ghost of Ed Abbey
I took about a thousand photos (at least those that I put online) in 2010, but it's an early one that stands out most for me. Our vacation to some of the national parks in Arizona and Utah in March was a blissful week for my wife and me and the day we spent at Arches was one of the best of the year. I took photos there that showed off the beauty of the rust-colored slickrock contrasted against a brilliant blue sky, and I took better-composed photos than this one. But when I saw this silhouette beneath Turret Arch and immediately thought of Edward Abbey, I made it black and white and put it in the running for one of my best (personal favorites) of the year.
bikes at night
This photo was captured and processed with my iphone using CameraBag. It looks a lot better on the little screen - it was very dark so there's a heap of noise. I think I used the lomo effect for this one