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Creating a Ubuntu Logo in Illustrator.
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Many online schools offering top courses to get a great foundation in graphic designing and to master advanced level techniques to compete with the ever-growing industry. These online courses can help us to become an expert in the graphic design industry by teaching us all levels of crafty designing.
Make a realistic mug of beer using Adobe Illustrator tools only!
Start out by importing the image you want to cut the silhouette from into Photoshop. I used an image with a white background, which makes cutting very easy. Everyone has their own way of cutting something out, so I will not include that part in this tutorial. If you are unsure how to cut something out, look for a tutorial on that subject first.
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to change the material of a statue or other object.
After your have seen this video, you will no longer complain that you don’t have a professional studio. Miguel Quiles is a portrait and wedding photographer, and to demonstrate that you don’t need more than just a few feet of space to shoot gorgeous images, he sets up a session in a small area right in his living room.
Dedicated macro lenses can cost a lot of money. Budding macro photographers usually resort to alternate methods in order to shoot close-up photos without breaking the bank: the reverse ring technique, extension tubes, close-up filters, the list goes on.
Your food photos should be as delectable to the eyes as the dish is to the taste buds. You want to sell that dish—let the aromas, flavors and textures jump out of the image onto the viewer’s mental dinner table. Food photography is something of an art form and takes a lot of time, consideration, and tweaking.
Even the miniscule can be boldly beautiful. Thanks to the macro lens, we can capture the extreme beauty in the tiniest subjects—things that might otherwise be overlooked.
For the photographer, New York based Monte Isom, it was pretty exciting as well. When Summit Entertainment contacted Isom about shooting the key art for their upcoming film Step Up All In, he knew exactly what to expect.