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Newest Tutorials

Photography » Color — over 4 years ago
Ever notice that when you try to blur a really colorful image in Photoshop or Instagram, you end up with a dark, ugly line between colors? We wouldn’t see that line in real life, so why does it appear on the computer? MinutePhysics tells us why this dark boundary shows up and explains the mathematics behind color blending on computers.
Photoshop » Designing — over 8 years ago
Create an icon similar to the Siri Icon on the upcoming iPhone 4S.
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — about 8 years ago
Selecting hair in a photo was once strictly for the pros, but in this tutorial, learn how the improved and powerful Refine Edge command in Photoshop CS5 makes selecting hair easier than ever!
Flash » Actionscript — about 13 years ago
See how to make a love preloader for your site in flash using the Action Script.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 9 years ago
Here I will show you how to create an amazing photo collage. You can use this for a backdrop for a webpage, your desktop, or simply as a splash screen.
Photography » Composition — almost 9 years ago
Frames are a great way of using a photographic element to lead the viewers eyes into the frame to focus them on a particular point, and the sense of repetition that they can provide produce depth and a path for the eyes to explore. A photo of a scene with a foreground feature makes for much more interesting build up to the main part of a photo and can, in some cases, carry equal weight to the rest of the photo.
Photoshop » Drawing — over 17 years ago
A sleek transparent capsule.
Photography » Basics — over 13 years ago
Tips on how you can use a simple piece of glass as a beam splitter to light small objects like a coin.
Flash » Effects — almost 13 years ago
In this tutorial you'll learn how to draw a gear and after that, how to animate it.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 7 years ago
It's common in many blogs to have an about me widget in the sidebar of the blog which displays the biography of the author. This is a great place to show everyone your name, your biography, your picture and your social media links. If you want to do this in WordPress you can add a standard text widget and input this information manually.
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