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Skylum adds AI Skin Enhancer to Luminar 4

Skylum has been very busy lately adding cool new features to the upcoming release of Luminar 4! Last month they added AI Sky Replacement and this month they've added AI Skin Enhancer. You can get professional results for your portrait images in just a few clicks. Check out the preview video and then head over to the Luminar site to place your pre-order now!

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Trey’s 360 podcast – Fossil hunting with Dr. Jack Horner in Yellowstone

Join Dr. Jack Horner (part of the inspiration for Sam Neill’s character in Jurassic Park) and I on a short exploration of Slough Creek where he explains the makeup of the landscape while we hunt for some fossils.

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Investigating Instagram Fraud

Here's an interview I did recently with Elle magazine about Instagram fraud. If you want more insight into this topic and learn how to be Zen on social media, check out my book over on Amazon!

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StuckInCustoms.com is a personal blog where Trey puts up a new unique photo every day and writes about the art, the technology, and the story of the adventures. Actually, this is Trey writing about this in third person. Both Trey and I appreciate your support very much! If you think your family or friends might like this Newsletter (subscribe for free), please forward this to them. It'll make a fun email chain!

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Reminder: The Text HDR Tutorial is Always Free!

I keep a completely FREE HDR Tutorial on my website. It is a living document that continues to evolve over the years. It goes over everything you need to get started and is a great introduction to the basics of HDR photography and post processing.

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Some recent photos from StuckInCustoms.com

The Vessel in New York City
One of the first stops on the Americas tour was The Vessel here in New York City. My friend, The Professor Kenneth Hines got us some passes to go up at sunset. It was the perfect time with the perfect friend! If you are a Passport Member, then you might have seen this Behind-the-Scenes at The Vessel when some asshole guard came up to me and was quite rude about my tripod. I swear… I do actually respect rules, but I don’t like dudes on an egotistic power-trip. Yeah, big deal dude, it’s your job to walk around steps and make sure people don’t use three rods of carbon fiber to secure a camera. You’ve really arrived at your true calling, dude.

Toronto
A little slice of life in Canada.

The Ancient Roman Cistern under Istanbul
If you make it to this city, don't miss this spot! They didn't let me take a tripod in there, so I had to get pretty inventive when it came to securing the camera. Sometimes I would just jam it up against one of the columns... and that's what I did here! The only way I could get it stable was in this off-center way, but decided it looked pretty cool!

Beautiful Waterfall in Kyoto
Kyoto must have at least 100 different perfect little parks with temples. Each morning, we would visit a different one… Since I’m the kind of guy that is already into meditation, I found them to be perfect little places to explore. Japanese people are largely Shinto, which means basically they find “god” in nature… the more time they spend in nature, the closer to god they feel

Montreal from Above
What a great city! It was my first time to Montreal and I’ve always heard such wonderful things about it! My very first international trip was to France with my dad, and that made my sort of a Francophile for life. I was surprised at how deeply ingrained the French culture is here in Montreal. I thought it would just be a “light dusting” of French, but I think I heard more French than English!

Exploring Istanbul
I only had 48 hours there, so I did my best to make the most of it. One great thing about the city is there are several rooftop restaurants, so it's always easy to get multiple views of the Hagia Sophia. I knew a lot about the Hagia Sophia ahead of time thanks to how many times I had built it while playing Civilization!

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