Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Adobe Dreamweaver Fluid Grid Layout for Responsive Web Design: In this Adobe Dreamweaver video tutorial you will learn how to get started with responsive web site design using the Fluid Grid layout option.
Learn how to create this mystical forest scene with a beautiful angel reading a book. This fantasy photo manipulation tutorial will teach you how to turn a forest photo into a night forest scene with shafts of light, create an angle by adding really beautiful wings to a person, and finish it up with some final touches.
Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to quickly transform a photograph into a classic-looking, Instagram image.
Many of these resources will help you create and manipulate typefaces in a way that’s easier than using Photoshop or Illustrator.
Easy to follow step by step photoshop tutorial from MakeSimpleDesigns that will teach you how to create realistic water drops.
A nice artwork is required to have good idea. This character is designed to rule the winter. In this tutorial, you will see how the designer share his tactics for creating an icy super hero. This will give you some hints to start up your own superhero creation.
Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to design and create a dazzling sign of your name and place it onto a Broadway theater marquee.
This is thanks to HDR, or high-dynamic-range imaging. With HDR, multiple exposures are combined to create one image with a larger range of luminosity and a greater wealth of detail. In many cases, looking at an HDR image may give one the feeling that they’re actually there, more so than looking at a traditional photograph, because of the heightened intensity of light and color.
The video is very comprehensive and easy to follow. White recommends users buy a Wacom tablet or stylus for a touchscreen monitor if they’re thinking seriously about digital editing–not just because it’s easier for precise editing, but because you can apply different levels of pressure for more sensitivity, which you can’t do with a simple point-and-click mouse.
As you may know, timelapse is a photography technique that is accomplished by compiling thousands of photographs together to make a moving picture. Into the Atmosphere is the product of 12,400 still images. If that sounds like a lot, take into consideration that Shainblum started with 75,000 images to choose from.
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