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Newest Tutorials

Photoshop » Photo Retouch — about 12 years ago
Tips for using Camera Raw, with example images.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
Spring is here, and there is no end to the number of beautiful flowers out there ready to be photographed. And what’s more wonderful is that they will keep blooming all summer and well into the fall. If you’re fortunate enough to live in a warmer climate, you could be photographing flowers outdoors well into the winter months–possibly year-round. Whether it’s a single bud, a single flower, a bouquet, a plant, a bush, or a blossoming tree, flowers are wonderful subjects to photograph.
Photoshop » Web Graphics — about 15 years ago
The most important graphical element of any website is its header image. It is the image that will be seen more than any other on your web site, so it is important to get it looking good.
Flash » Actionscript — about 10 years ago
This easy lesson will show you how to create very simple photo flash menu using a little action script code and few photos.
Ruby » Basics — over 4 years ago
Live Calculator + Math module using ruby and sinatra #ruby #sinatra
Photoshop » Effects — over 13 years ago
Make this intense electric effect.
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
Photographing surfers is a true labor of love. As Zak Noyle describes in the following mini-documentary, to become one of the great surf photographers, you put your life on the line every time you step into the water. Noyle, a well known photographer among the surfer crowd, proves his dedication to both, the sport and photography, by swimming out into some of the largest waves in the world, camera in tow.
JavaScript » Ajax — almost 10 years ago
Create a form and use jQuery to send this form to a PHP page via Ajax. Get your feet wet with jQuery
PHP » Frameworks — almost 3 years ago
A Handy Laravel code snippet which enables you to select and retrieve a random record from a database table. 
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 6 years ago
So, how exactly does an egg teach you about lighting? Well, it’s actually pretty simple. As Joe Edelman outlines in the following video, by standing an egg upright and moving a light in a 360-degree rotation around it and over the the top from front to back, you will be able to see exactly what effect the placement of the light source will give you. Still not making much sense? Take a look at the video and you can see for yourself:
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