Macphun Tonality

Macphun Tonality is turning out to be a great way to create black-and-white and toned images.

Take a look at the processing I did on my image of a shrine to a holy man in Morocco.

Holy Shrine, burial grounds, shrine, Morocco; Skoura
Here’s the image with basic processing with Adobe Camera Raw.
Holy Shrine, burial grounds, shrine, Morocco; Skoura
I opened the above image in Macphun Tonality.  Then I used the preset “300 bleached.”  No other processing.

 

Holy Shrine, burial grounds, shrine, Morocco; Skoura
My first image processed in Machphun Tonality with the “Bleached Drama” preset.
Holy Shrine, burial grounds, shrine, Morocco; Skoura
The first image processed with Macphun Tonality “Baby Blues” preset.  Nothing hard.  Just push the button and enjoy the image.
Holy Shrine, burial grounds, shrine, Morocco; Skoura
The original image opened in Macphun Tonality.  Then processed in “Monochrome Dreams.”

Tonality is in Macphun’s Creative Kit.  I hope you’ll give it Tonality a try.

Porteen Gear Camera Bag

My Porteen Gear Camera Bag is here and I’m enjoying taking it out in the field.

Click here if you missed my post about Porteen Gear Camera bags a month ago.  This is my YouTube video showing my bag.

The Porteen bag is amazing and I’m loving it.

Porteen Gear Camera Bag KAC7578
Here’s my custom designed Porteen Gear Camera Bag at Eleanor Tinsley Park in Houston.  This is a great bag for carrying a small selection of equipment around the city.
Kathy Adams Clark KAC6784_1
My Porteen Gear Camera Bag can be rugged, too.  Here it is out in the Chihuahuan Desert of Big Bend National Park.

 

Kathy Adams Clark KAC6785_1
The Porteen Gear Camera Bag looks nice even in a rugged setting.  Yet, it carries the equipment I need for a short outing.

Design and order your own Porteen Gear Camera Bag today!

Thanks to Patti Edens for the photos!