Friday, March 30, 2012

Washington DC Monuments ~ Snapart3 ~

Snapart3 Pastel Filter~ onOne PhotoFrame Pro for border
After purchasing the Nikon D4 last Saturday, I have been spending time updating software programs...from Photoshop~ to all my Nik plugins, Snapart3, and PhotoFrame Pro....
I have the L-Bracket for the D4 on order from Kirk. (oh and its back ordered out of stock right now) and my old tripod quick release plate broke so I am trying to get a replacement part or I may just have to get a new one too....
and I have to put more ram on the laptop for travel...
just things we deal with when upgrading....but when its all up to speed again...I have faith it will all be great! So I have not done much shooting!
In the mean time since my Snapart3 plugin is now working again I decided to play with a few shots I made on Sunday of the iconic monuments in Washington, DC. when I was testing out the D4 and the 28-300mm lens. I will be doing an iPhone workshop in Washington on May 5 and May 6th...hope you can meet me there!
World War II Monument Snapart3 Pastel, onOne PhotoFrame Pro for border
Washington Monument Sapart3 Pastel, Nik Color Efex Pro, onOne PhotoFrame Pro for border


  1. I enjoyed the painterly look of these Karen. It seems your transition to the new camera is going just fine.

  2. Thanks Donnie, it is a transition....but yes so far so good...I needed to update lots of stuff it was a good push! onOne even comped me the whole package because they could not get the version I had in PhotoFrame Pro to upgrade with CS5 ....very cool of now I have their resize and layers and effects to play with! ;-) Resize will be great for the iPhone photos.