A few nice review images I found:
Printed Item Review
Image by burakki62
Finally got a hold of some of Arealight’s newer printed items and aim to put up a review on my blog asap.
Topaz Adjust Review – and The 57 Chevy
Image by Stuck in Customs
I’ve found a wonderful new piece of software! It’s called Topaz Adjust and I’ve written a full Topaz Adjust Review here on the site. People send me software all the time to review, but I only end up reviewing stuff that I actually use. Eric Yang, one of the gurus over at Topaz, also gave me a Topaz Adjust Coupon Code of "STUCKINCUSTOMS" for 10% off to pass along to my readers. I think you will like it as much as I do! I actually recommend the Topaz Bundle (for MAC or PC), but you can read more about why inside the review.
Below is a shot of a ’57 Chevy. I saw it when walking back to the Magnolia Hotel on Friday night after dinner in Dallas. I took a photo of this pretty car under the blue lights of the porte-cochere, went upstairs to my room, downloaded the Topaz Bundle software, made the adjustments, and had the whole thing finished in less than 30 minutes. That quick turnaround speaks to how easy the software is to use. I’ve since used it on a number of other images, including some unpublished ones.
Sailor reviews aerial images of northeast Japan during survey of the region.
Image by Official U.S. Navy Imagery
NORTHERN JAPAN (March 22, 2011) Lt. Jae Kim, from San Diego, assigned to Patrol Squadron (VP) 4, reviews aerial images of northeast Japan aboard a P-3 aircraft during an aerial survey of the region. The squadron provides communication and real-time capabilities, which allows the Navy to determine where to provide vital humanitarian and relief support to tsunami stricken areas of Japan. VP-4 has repositioned to Naval Air Facility Misawa in support of Operation Tomodachi. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Devon Dow/Released)