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Will,
It's just too good to not get it! I use it for lots of my really old photos, gives them a whole new life.

20+ year old car show photo (not cellphone) converted in Prisma:


-Bill


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An amazingly creative photo Bill. I'll be itching to try it out myself with a few shots later today. I can see the addiction!


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a few recent shots

new braves stadium


GT basketball game last week


and some deer in my yard yesterday afternoon about 2 PM



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Will, what is the name of that app? Looks great!


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20+ year old car show photo (not cellphone) converted in Prisma:

I don't recall that Morris Garage made anything similar to that. Smile
 
 
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Will, what is the name of that app? Looks great!


6gun, It's the Prisma app and it was free from the App Store on my iPhone. As Z06 first pointed out, it just has so many features that whats not to like. You can apply so many different filters to a photo you take or add one of the filters to a photo from your existing files or photo app from your computer or phone. I know the app is availabe for Android and iPhone users. I've actually just scratched the surface, it has unbelievable amounts of filter adjustments you can add to a photo you take. I read the reviews and many folks were saying how addicting it can be, and I can see why now. Actually my two images are just test images to get my feet wet, I've yet to do a good one like Z06's examples.


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Will, thanks for the info!


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Psychedelic Fuzz! Eek



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Possibly posted this before, but no one should really get mad about a repost containing bacon.

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Bacon? How about Steak Tartare at a Danish Smørrebrød?





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Nope. Meat should be cooked--preferably well done. (Flame on)

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Yesterday's lunch:



Baked Chicken Tacos I made last week:



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Psychedelic Fuzz! Eek



Will, that looks like a book cover illustration for a Stephen King horror novel involving a kitteh!


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Bill, actually he can be a very sweet cat but in this photo he was in my lap when he heard the lawn crew cutting the back yard...he's not a fan of loud lawn mowers as you can see! I'd agree with your post though, it's one of my more interesting photo's of him!



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Had fun ringing the 100 meter gong with these two today...

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Newf, looks like you had a fun day shooting at those distances. Btw, what caliber is the revolver?

Snapped off a quick image of some nice hand serrating of the rear of a Nighthawk slide.



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Newf, looks like you had a fun day shooting at those distances. Btw, what caliber is the revolver?

Snapped off a quick image of some nice hand serrating of the rear of a Nighthawk slide.


That's some beautiful workmanship there!

The Rhino is .357/.38 - use it mostly with my own .38 handloads. No such thing as a bad day at the range, so got in some more time today with the same as above + my K31.



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The Rhino is .357/.38 - use it mostly with my own .38 handloads. No such thing as a bad day at the range, so got in some more time today with the same as above + my K31.


I used to handload for .357 for use with my python but mostly the last time used .38+ loads. They shoot like butter soft though. But still great for target shooting. The last time I shot any rifle was at least 50yrs ago...I kinda missed out of that since shooting mostly handguns. Looks like you do enjoy a good range season! Smile


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