photography

Adiós PHOTOSHOP!!!

Photoshop is a great tool for editing your photo and I really love it.

But recently I found a replacement for it. Good-Bye to Photoshop.
You might be expecting a new software but sorry to disappoint you. The tool I’m talking about is not a software. Of course, you can call it a software as it is not a hardware. But who would call a website a software. Ya, the replacement for Photoshop is a website. It’s a web application.

Photo-editing had never been such a fun. Picnik is full of easy to use yet powerful editing tools.
It’s fast, easy, and fun.

You can import photos natively from your accounts at Picasa Web Albums, photobucket,  flickr, webshots, facebook

And the best part about it is it’s FREE. This wouldn’t actually make a difference to us as Photoshop is also free for us. But providing such a great service for free is a big deal. Picnik is really great!!!

Now, what are you waiting for? Give Picnik a try!!
Goto http://www.picnik.com/ and start playing with your images.

P.S. Picnik requires a lot of bandwidth. If you have a slow connection, you would have to have some patience. You might get stuck in buttering the sandwiches…, laying blanket… It could take a real long time but it’s worth your waiting (देर से आए लेकिन दुरुस्त आए).

Earth at Night

Recently I stumbled upon to a web page titled “Astronomy Picture of the Day” and I couldn’t resist from posting the picture to my blog.

Earth at Night

Credit: C. Mayhew & R. Simmon (NASA/GSFC), NOAA/NGDC, DMSP Digital Archive

Explanation: This is what the Earth looks like at night. Can you find your favorite country or city? Surprisingly, city lights make this task quite possible. Human-made lights highlight particularly developed or populated areas of the Earth’s surface, including the seaboards of Europe, the eastern United States, and Japan. Many large cities are located near rivers or oceans so that they can exchange goods cheaply by boat. Particularly dark areas include the central parts of South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. The above image is actually a composite of hundreds of pictures made by the orbiting DMSP satellites.

For more Astronomy Picture of the Day goto http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/

Photography

Me and my group of friends have developed a strong interest on photography. We have been searching through the web about photography and experimenting those ideas.
I created this new post on my blog to display some of our works. Hope you like them.

Badam

Deeya

Light

Pimbahal