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We’re pleased to begin providing articles on improving your Restoration/Throwback images.  We’re also pleased to be working with Rachel LaCour-Niesen of / #savefamilyphotos.  

The below “conversation” begins this collaboration with a topic that is near and dear to all of our hearts – the connection to our past that photography provides.  Both the images and the stories they suggest allow us to be a little closer to those...

Software brings back color and clarity to old photos with one click

“With digital technology, pictures can be scanned and improved by businesses specializing in genealogy, scrapbooking, and photography right in the shop. Vivid-Pix RESTORE is also suitable for hobbyists and amateurs. -- Rick Voight, CEO, Vivid-Pix"

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 03, 2016

Vivid-Pix, the inventor of underwater-image improvement software, has expanded its portfolio with the release of...

Silhouettes can be very powerful images. And compared to many other types of underwater photographs, they are relatively easy to create. However, to create a winning silhouette you will want to pay heed to a handful of basic principles. It’s those principles that I am going to share in this piece.


To get started, let’s consider what factors make a strong silhouette. That’s easy:

In an earlier blog I shared some thoughts about photographing fish. In that discussion I mentioned a number of categories that I use to help me get started creating pictures when I encounter a fish. I also stated that when I do not see a fish doing something such as courting, nesting, cleaning or anything else that I might classify as “behaviorally interesting”, I usually try to create an esthetically pleasing shot...

There is no doubt that vivid colors command our attention.

Color alone won’t make a photograph exceptional. But vivid colors will draw the eyes of viewers and create interest even in ordinary subjects. And that is a message that should not be overlooked.

 Consider the photograph of a rather colorful flatworm that illustrates this piece.


I think you will agree that the vivid colors of this...

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