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THIS WEEK….Marianne Jensen

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Jensen.
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Image Details from Marianne:
Captured with a Canon SX50 at full zoom (1200mm optical). I was invited to visit and photograph on private property on Continental Mountain in Cave Creek.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi and converted to sRGB to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.
Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Marianne Jensen

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Skov Jensen.

Image Details from Marianne:
Raindrops on Aspen Leaf. Canon 90mm Tilt/Shift lens.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Marianne Skov Jensen

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Skov Jensen.

Image Details from Marianne:
Pine trees along Schultz Pass Road after the devastating fire. I got caught in a huge storm but came away with some great images. Shot handheld with my infrared converted Canon 5D.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Marianne Skov Jensen

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Skov Jensen.

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Image Details from Marianne:
Canon 7D (handheld)
Canon 24-105mm lens at 105mm
ISO 400
1/1600th at f/4

I added three textures and used masking to isolate to various parts of the image.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK…..Marianne Skov Jensen

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Skov Jensen.

Image Details from Marianne:
Arizona native Solitary Bee on a Desert Marigold. Photographed hand held in my yard with a Canon 7D and Canon 100mm lens.

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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….MARIANNE JENSEN

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Skov Jensen.

Image Details from Marianne:
This image was taken by holding my camera out of the window while driving.
18-200mm lens at 35mm. ISO 100, 1/8th second at f/27.

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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 1000 pixels wide by 288 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Marianne Skov Jensen

This week our banner is from your webmaster (me – Marianne). I wasn’t actually next in line BUT our new website theme (did you notice?) just updated and requires a different image size than what I told everyone! The new size is 1000px wide by 288px tall.

This image of a butterfly was layered with a couple of textures.

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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 1000 pixels wide by 288 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
Since these dimensions are not a normal aspect ratio, consider a more creative or abstract crop. The foolproof way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool in Photoshop or Elements. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar (substitute correct dimensions).

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged!
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Marianne Jensen

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Jensen.

Image Details from Marianne:

Gooseberry shrubs blooming high in the Colorado mountains.
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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website….Please email ONE peg image in sRGB colorspace sized to 827 pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar.
Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK…Marianne Jensen

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Jensen.

Image Details from Marianne:
Hometown 4th of July parade in Cayucos, California. It was heavily overcast (typical for beach towns) which made all colors pop. Shot with a Canon 17-40mm lens at 40mm. 1/250th sec at f/11. ISO 200.
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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website….Please email ONE image 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar.
Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK’S BANNER IMAGE….

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Jensen.

Image Details from Marianne:

This Fleabane flower was captured last year at the Flagstaff Arboretum. I combined it with multiple textures using opacity, blend modes and layer masks. The Arboretum is a great place to escape our summer heat!
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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website….Please email ONE image 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.
Thanks in advance for your participation!