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Newest Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
Paparazzi have, rightly, earned themselves their notorious reputation from the intrusive and aggressive tactics they employ to get a shot. It seems, sometimes, that there is no barrier as to what is acceptable behavior for a Paparazzi to adhere to. In this video a reporter from Vice decides to turn the tables and hunt the hunters.
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 13 years ago
Learn how to correct strange eyes due to camera flashes.
Photoshop » Web Layouts — over 12 years ago
Learn how to create a webhosting layout from scratch.
PHP » Database Interactions — over 10 years ago
This extensive tutorial will allow you to use an affiliate system which can randomize image orders and total up the total click count.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
Pricing… you can’t work as a professional photographer for very long without becoming caught up in the subject of pricing your work (well, you could, perhaps, but you would never make any money). Then there’s the question of, not only what prices to charge, but also how to educate your clients about your price list without them bailing out or thinking you’re trying to pressure them.
Photoshop » Basics — over 13 years ago
Learn how to use the polygonal lasso tool to create a selection and duplicate an object.
Photoshop » Drawing — about 11 years ago
Learn how to create beautiful hearts.
PHP » Basics — almost 10 years ago
In this short article I will introduce you to the PHP Command Line Interface (or CLI for short). PHP CLI allows you to run PHP scripts directly from the command line bypassing the need for a web server.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 12 years ago
Using this easy four step tutorial, you can make any picture look like you painted it with watercolor and bring out the brightness and color of your image.
3ds Max » Advanced Concepts — almost 7 years ago
Hi to all 3d lovers :) in this quick tutorial I will show you how to create a liquid chocolate pouring scene using Next Limit’s Realflow 4 and Autodesk’s 3ds Max 2009. Actually it is not very important the versions I am sure you can complete this tut to all packages.
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