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Newest Tutorials

Photography » Composition — about 7 years ago
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Listed here are 14 effective composition tips that beginners and advanced photographers can practice over and over again to achieve beautiful photos.
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 5 years ago
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Learn how to create a mysterious and fantasy portrait of a woman in Photoshop with this Tutorial.
Photoshop » Drawing — about 7 years ago
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Digital artist Hatice Bayramoglu will show you how to create an amazing painting of "Sipahi" in Photoshop.
Photoshop » Web Layouts — over 3 years ago
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Over the past few weeks I have put together an extensive tutorial on designing a clean, image-focused company blog in Adobe Photoshop.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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After finding a colorful sculpture, Peterson takes a shot with his Nikon D800E. He’s using a 24-85mm lens here.
Photoshop » Drawing — about 6 years ago
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Futuristic and high-tech lighting give this Making Of image a stunning sci-fi look and in this article Li Biao tells us exactly how he achieved his impressive results.
Illustrator » Logos and Icons — almost 9 years ago
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In depth tutorial, how to create a Gibson / Epiphone Les Paul Electric Guitar vector from scratch. Using Adobe Illustrator
Photoshop » Designing — about 10 years ago
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This tutorial teaches you how to create a stylized Christmas tree design with stars
Illustrator » Drawing — about 3 years ago
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In this tutorial I’ll talk about how to combine work of DynamicSketch and InkScribe tools to create a cartoon shark. With the help of the DynamicSketch Tool we will create character outline, which has several times more levels of control than the native Illustrator’s brush strokes. Then we will use InkScribe Tool to color the illustration.
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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So you’ve finally decided to take that first step into the world of photography and take better photos. You’ve got your camera, an idea of what you want to shoot and all the ambition in the world, but unfortunately you’ll be fighting certain bad picture-taking instincts you’ve learned throughout your life. That’s okay, you’re an amateur, and amateurs make mistakes.
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