11 01, 2011

Good Bokeh

By |January 11th, 2011|Bokeh, Photography, Tutorials|3 Comments

Here is a good use of Bokeh that I noticed in our Flickr group. My definition of good is that I didn’t realize any processing […]

5 01, 2011

About.com Reader’s Choice Awards

By |January 5th, 2011|Alien Skin Software, Announcements, Bokeh, Exposure|9 Comments

If you love our products and want to spread the word, then please vote in the About.com Reader’s Choice Awards. It is very easy to […]

30 12, 2010

Bokeh Review in Professional Photographer

By |December 30th, 2010|Bokeh, Reviews|Comments Off

www.ppmag.com Here is a review of Bokeh that covers all the bases.

22 12, 2010

64-bit Updates Done!

By |December 22nd, 2010|Announcements, Blow Up, Bokeh, Exposure, Eye Candy, Snap Art|17 Comments

All Alien Skin products are now 64-bit compatible!
22 12, 2010

Handy Shortcut Keys

By |December 22nd, 2010|Blow Up, Bokeh, Exposure, Eye Candy, Snap Art, Tutorials|1 Comment

Most people don’t read software manuals, which means that invisible features are usually missed. By invisible I mean part of the user interface that you […]

4 12, 2010

Bokeh 2 vs. Bokeh 1

By |December 4th, 2010|Bokeh, Reviews|Comments Off

www.applelinks.com Gary Coyne recently wrote a thorough review on Bokeh 2. It’s full of example images and helpful information. He explains what components make for […]

20 11, 2010

Bokeh 2 Review in Digital Photo Pro

By |November 20th, 2010|Bokeh, Reviews|Comments Off

www.digitalphotopro.com DPP recently posted a great little review of Bokeh 2.

6 11, 2010

Bokeh 2 Review

By |November 6th, 2010|Bokeh, Reviews|Comments Off

Stevehuffphoto.com
Steve Huff recently wrote a short review of Bokeh 2. As always, it’s packed full of great example images. Steve suggests using Bokeh on

29 10, 2010

Freelensing

By |October 29th, 2010|Bokeh, Fun, Photography|Comments Off

Freelensing for fun and danger
26 10, 2010

Toy Model Tilt-Shift

By |October 26th, 2010|Bokeh, Tutorials|1 Comment

"Jesse Drohen wrote a clear little article on the Austin Pixels blog that uses Bokeh to make a real scene look like a tiny model."