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Newest Tutorials

PHP » Email — over 11 years ago
A short tutorial howto validate an email address during form processing.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 13 years ago
If you know how to take great shots with your camera and you have a copy of Photoshop you can easily achieve the effect of a painting done on a canvas.
Photography » Technique — almost 6 years ago
Frank Meo, founder of The Photo Closer, lectures extensively on how to prepare and present an estimate for a particular job. Frank represents photographers with a broad range of specialties throughout the world. He is responsible for promoting the work of his photographers to decision-makers seeking high quality imagery
Photography » Technique — over 7 years ago
Spring and summer is a great time to be outside, utilising the light that sun provides us, and shooting into the sun is a really creative way of capturing this. Shooting into the sun produces lens flare, but instead of it damaging your photos, you can learn to use it creatively to get spectacular results.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
One of the hardest obstacles when shooting outdoors is balancing a correct exposure in extreme sunlight. When there’s heavy white snow on the ground, it’s even harder. Luckily, there’s a mathematical equation, dubbed the Sunny 16 Rule, that solved the problem over 50 years ago.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 13 years ago
These three effects/techniques are very simple to do and can be used on any photograph to make it look better.
Photoshop » Basics — over 6 years ago
Today’s tutorial is a quick video tip. Ever wanted to know how to ensure that an adjustment layer only effects specific, but multiple layers of your document, rather than a single layer or your entire canvas?
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 13 years ago
This tutorial shows you how to turn any picture into a sketch book drawing.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
Learning how to post-process your images can make the difference between bland and amazing. But how to get there isn’t always clear. It’s not just a matter of knowing what tools are available to you. You also need to know when to use them, and why.
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