March 9, 2012
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“If you are running on mac, you can find a lot of apps all over the web. There are many Mac apps for photography available for download now but finding the good ones is not easy. You have to sort them from the rest which are not good based on your requirements.
Thus, we come up with a list of amazing mac apps that you can use to enhance your digital images. This is to narrow down the list from which you choose the best apps you need for your photography. For those who are looking for nice mac apps without spending a buck, you can get the free items here. If you are a more serious photographer on the other hand, and you don’t mind taking a cheaper option, you can get premium mac apps here for as low as $0.99. Others of course, cost more than that, but that depends on their features and capabilities. You just have to visit their websites to learn more about them. Either way we believe that these apps have cool and great features ready to meet your photo editing, sharing and photo organizational needs. Enjoy!”…..MORE from Tripwire Magazine
It’s a snap to fix bad pictures with Snapheal. You will be able to erase unwanted objects, fix skin imperfections and more in a matter of clicks and seconds. This app does magic.
Pixelmator is an inspiring, easy-to-use, beautifully designed image editor built to help you create stunning new images and edit your existing photos. Pixelmator takes full advantage of the latest Mac technologies, giving you speedy, powerful tools that let you touch up and enhance photos, draw or paint, apply dazzling effects and just have fun with your pictures.
All the amazing apps here
August 4, 2011
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Cindy Sherman, one of the most original photographic artists has again breached the world of commercial presentation, she did it before with her fashion series and now with MAC cosmestics on make-up. This well written article in the Guardian by Kira Cochrane explains
“Cindy Sherman fronting a MAC makeup collection? What took them so long? In some ways, when you consider why we wear makeup, this seems the perfect collaboration. We do it to play up and manipulate our features; to peacock, colour in, draw moons of light around our eyes and shades of suggestion on our lips, to make ourselves more visible. The other, not unrelated motive, is to hide in plain sight.
Sherman, now in her late 50s, has been doing just that for more than three decades. She has always been the subject of her own work, and earlier this year sold a self-portrait for $3.89m (£2.4m) – the highest price ever paid for a single photograph. And yet she remains anonymous. In her photographs, she uses makeup to transform herself, becoming simultaneously obscure and mesmerising. One moment she is Marilyn Monroe, the next a woman lying dead and gravel-grazed in a road – the next a creature with a woman’s hands and a pig’s snout.”...more