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Photography » Composition — over 2 years ago
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In order to get the most out of this compositional tool, it’s important to know where to place them, and how to use them effectively. Let’s explore the three main purposes of leading lines in a photograph, and see how lines can help to add depth, draw attention, and change the overall mood of a photo.
Photoshop » Basics — over 6 years ago
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Today’s tutorial, Part 26: The Preset Manager is a bonus tutorial in this series and will explain how to use Photoshop’s preset manager to help you manage your collection of Photoshop brushes, gradients, swatches, and more. Let’s get started!
CSS » Effects — over 3 years ago
In this tutorial, I will teach you how to create a flip animation effect using pure CSS3.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 3 years ago
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A collection of excellent photoshop tutorials to learn before the end of the year.
Photoshop » Text Effects — over 3 years ago
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In this video I'm going to teach you how to create some cool, editable 3D text in Photoshop.
Photoshop » Basics — about 3 years ago
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a geometric background effect for a poster design in Photoshop using a few simple shapes, blending modes, and transparencies.
Java » Basics — over 3 years ago
How to hide android soft keyboard at runtime
Photoshop » Designing — almost 4 years ago
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Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to design and create a custom, gritty, underground, urban, text poster.
Photography » Technique — almost 4 years ago
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Strip lights produce a distinct quality of narrow, even lighting that works well to highlight and flatter the human form. Practice McNally’s simple strip lighting technique in your outdoor portraits to set your subject off from the background.
Photography » Technique — about 2 years ago
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You might think shooting and editing your own cinemagraph is a little beyond your Photoshop skill level, but it’s really not that hard. Aaron Nace shows us how to create a professional cinemagraph from capturing the footage to the final Internet-viewable GIF.
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