Starting today, MacPhun is offering
Aurora HDR 2017($99) and a 3 month Plotagraph Pro+ Membership ($87 value) for as low as $89 when they use Coupon Code SGANS_DISC.
If you haven’t heard of Plotagraph before, it is SaaS-based solution that allows you to bring your photos to life. From a single JPEG, Plotoagraph Pro can create MP4, animated GIFs and more; with endless skies, flowing streams, crashing waves and of course far more abstract artwork than that. For a quick overview about the software, watch this quick video, or this longer video, and to see some incredible animated images created with it check out the gallery here.
Plotagraph Pro pairs well with the depth and contrast that you develop in Aurora HDR 2017, so you can create your own truly living photo.
Aurora HDR 2017, The world’s most powerful HDR image editor for the Mac.
Plotagraph Pro+ Membership (3 months) – Bring your photos to life, animate from a single JPEG.
Remember to use Coupon Code SGANS_DISC to get the discounted price of $89. Without the coupon, the cost is $99.
Since Luminar launched, they’ve been building a special page that features several custom preset collections which are compatible with Luminar. Today, there are 9 completely free sets, plus 3 premium collections that start at only $4.99! We are adding new sets all the time.
These are a beautiful addition to all the original presets, and a great starting point from which to jump off, creatively, into your work!
Check out their info HERE
Luminar + Creativity Mega Preset Pack, Essential Pro Secrets for Unleashing your Creativity eBook, Ultimate Posing Card Collection, Overlays Variety Pack and first 3,000 customers will also receive a collection of Light and Bokeh Overlays for $69. Total value of $250.
- Luminar, The Supercharged photo editor for Mac that adapts to your skill level.
- Creativity Mega Preset Pack – 26 beautiful presets from Presetpro to create stunning looks in Luminar
- Essential Pro Secrets for Unleashing your Creativity ebook by Ian Plant – Creative lessons and techniques for how to make your photos match the depth of your passion
- Ultimate Posing Card Collection – Hundreds of ideas for boudoir, family, indoor, newborn, wedding photography and more
- Overlays Variety Pack – Sky, snow, rainbow, leaf, and fireworks overlays to create a unique look in your images
- ADDITTIONAL BONUS FOR FIRST 3,000 CUSTOMERS – Light and Bokeh Overlays
Pricing as low as s $49 for Macphun users when they use coupon code MCUP-SP-40
$59 for non Macphun users that use coupon code MCUP-SP-40.
In so many of my classes, particularly Photoshop, Digital Photography and the Video applications, we discuss image resolution – or DPI – dots per inch (or PPI – pixels per inch). For the most part, my students seem to grasp the concepts from when I teach in (as I describe it) “Stephanese“. But here’s another discussion on the subject – this time in “CreativeBloqese“.
Check out this article from CreativeBloq.com for further clarification on the subject of pixel resolution (height/width/depth) of an image for print and for screen viewing: