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Podcast 340 : Texturing Photos with Texture A Photo

Over this last week I've had the pleasure of previewing a new product called Texture A Photo that is being launched today, on June 19, 2012. I've never added textures to my images before, but I had a lot of fun playing with the amazing textures that Bryon Lippincott has...

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  • Yair Haim
    Posted at 16:12h, 29 June Reply

    Thanks for the great review!! Now I’m more exited to get my 1dx that I preordered – Long time ago 😉

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 11:39h, 01 July Reply

      You’re welcome Yair – I hope yours arrives soon!

  • Jan Knutsen
    Posted at 23:13h, 05 January Reply

    Great podcast, but I have to say I think these textures are really expensive, I mean you can get 1000’s of textures for $9.95 at sites like

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