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  • DannyRaphael
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    Re: Buzz, BuzzPro - Links to Artist sites

    Originally posted by gholmes1936
    I looked up the ultimate version of this product for the Mac platform and it sells for $499.00 G U L P!
    Not to worry...

    $499 is for Art Master Pro, an independent/stand alone application, which I tried out earlier this year and found little to like.

    This thread is about the Buzz plugin. Same company, completely different products.

    IMO Buzz.Pix or Buzz.Lite is all most people would need.

    Feel better? I just saved you over $400!

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  • gholmes1936
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    Re: Buzz, BuzzPro - Links to Artist sites

    I looked up the ultimate version of this product for the Mac platform and it sells for $499.00 G U L P!

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  • Neve
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    Thanks for the link Danny. I found this very interesting and yes you can see it's Buzz used and to great effect. I especially Like No. 7, moreso No. 10 of the woods and mist, anything that reminds me of Scotland is a bonus I like panoramics and would love to learn more about 'stitching' photos together. I like the curved horizon (don't know what you call this? offhand) and these are always popular.

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  • DannyRaphael
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    http://www.kschorle.com/

    FLASH needs to be installed on your computer to view this site!

    Link courtesy of Darrell who reports, "It's a bit hard to navigate and it's all done using Flash. Click on "books" in the uppper right corner. Then in the next screen, move your cursor to the right side to see the thumbnails."

    Although the artist doesn't mention Buzz on his "about" page, you can tell Buzz was used in many of the creations because of the unique results Buzz renders.

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Great site with explanations of HOW images were created:

    http://www.dynamicdesign.biz/gallery/gallery1.htm

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  • DannyRaphael
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    David Cole Gallery

    David Cole gallery...

    Some exceptional artwork can be found HERE. He uses Buzz, Photoshop, Painter, Virtual Painter, Paint Shop Pro, Deep Paint and PhotoDraw 2000.

    The guy's a genius.

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  • DannyRaphael
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    PhotoArtMaster, Photo Art Master examples

    PhotoArtMaster, which only reads/writes .jpg, .jpeg files, is a standalone program, while Buzz is a plugin, requiring a base application such as Photoshop, Photo-paint, Paint Shop Pro, etc. PAM can generate results similar to Buzz. See Andrew's comment below.

    Ed Gilmore uses PhotoArtMaster. Check out his gallary here. Ed does some amazing work.
    Last edited by DannyRaphael; 08-22-2004, 10:10 AM.

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  • DannyRaphael
    started a topic Buzz, BuzzPro - Links to Artist sites

    Buzz, BuzzPro - Links to Artist sites

    Ran across this site today. The artist does much of her work using BuzzPro. Some pretty good stuff.

    http://www.skydancers.com/_fo2pix/buzz_tutes.html

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    If you know of any artists who use BuzzPro (or PhotoArtMaster, the non-plugin version) and have links to their gallaries, please add to this thread.
    Last edited by DannyRaphael; 08-22-2004, 10:01 AM.
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