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Photoshop tutorial : Vertical Photo Panels Effect with Adobe Photoshop CS6.
Today we will learn how to work with the Appearance panel through the example of creating web buttons. The ability to use this panel, in combination with applying the graphic styles, will speed up your workflow by several times. Moreover, the styles you create will be useful in future projects. This tutorial is primarily designed for beginners, but advanced users can refresh their knowledge and pay attention to details that previously may have gone unnoticed.
This video will teach you how to quickly add some grit and grunge to any layer using a texture as a layer mask inside alpha channels.
we will be Learn how to create a space city using Photoshop tool, in this process everyone can create such amazing photo editing using different images to get such amazing result..
The following image is —incredibly—not computerized in any way. That is to say, the bear, at least, is as real as the girl. The whole thing is a remarkably deft photo shoot showing the delicate and beautiful potential harmony between humanity and nature.
Professional commercial photographer Alex Koloskov has made an insightful video outlining some of the advantages of a DIY light setup. He demonstrates how you can build your own setup using LED light bulbs that are readily available in many stores for a fraction of the price of dedicated photography lights.
Composition in nature photography comes easy to some, but many new photographers struggle to find their balance. This is especially true where wildlife is concerned.
Ever wonder what kind of work goes into creating those glossy commercial photos that are often found as advertisements in magazines? As you’d suspect, there’s more to it than just snapping a couple photos of a product and calling it a day.
Beth Jansen‘s journey into photography is a familiar one. What started out as a hobby for capturing great pictures of her family and making a little extra money on the side escalated into a successful portrait photography business. But Jansen isn’t “just another mom with a camera.” Combining artistic vision with innate fashion sense regarding colors, patterns, textures, and the like, Jansen has created a vibrant, trendy style of portraiture that is all her own.