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Newest Tutorials

PHP » Image Manipulation — over 2 years ago
In this tutorial, you will learn how to Create a Horror Movie-Themed Photo Composition in Photoshop.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 4 years ago
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Many photographers hate Instagram because it feels too "automatic". This tutorial will teach you how to manually create a vintage photo effect in Lightroom.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 11 years ago
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This tutorial will show you how to take your photo a few centuries back in time, and in the end you will get an old looking painting on a rough canvas.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 8 years ago
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In this tutorial, I will guide you to create a beautiful sunset, in a rocky scene with teepees.
Photoshop » Effects — about 3 years ago
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Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to transform a black & white logo, symbol or text into gold-leaf and stencil it on frosted glass.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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This is a very comprehensive and revealing guide to beginner photographers who yet are not experienced and unfamiliar with aperture priority mode. This post will guide you through all the basic aspects of aperture usage.
PHP » Frameworks — almost 9 years ago
Kohana: The Swift PHP Framework
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 2 years ago
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Shooting amazing landscape photography isn’t just about going out into the wilderness with a camera and hoping for the best. Sure, sometimes you get lucky, but to make sure you’re going to capture incredible images, there are a few things you should take into consideration before snapping the shutter. Check out landscape photographer Serge Ramelli‘s top 10 landscape photo tips.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 7 years ago
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In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I took to Create a Surreal Natural Landscape Scene in Photoshop. This is an intermediate tutorial so some steps can be tricky, but why not have a try :)
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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If you have ever watched The Matrix, you probably remember a camera technique called the “bullet effect” that is responsible for all those awesome slow motion shots where the scene seems to just pop off of the screen. When filmmaker Paul Trillo joined forces with Microsoft, the team set out on a mission to create similar style clips while on location in New York City, using nothing but smartphones.
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