Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
The circle of confusion is a technical term used quite often in photography. It’s related to how your lens focuses as well as the aperture value that you use to shoot your images. It also influences depth of field, as well as how some lenses tend to produce softer images than others. If you’ve always been intimidated by these factors, this video by Mark Wallace should clear your confusion around the circle of confusion.
Australian photographic artist Markus Andersen uses that light to create imagery. His canvas is the city streets where he sees the chaos of life and he makes order of it through his photography. This creative short documentary shows the process Andersen goes through to capture his images and how he thinks about his art.
Taking a picture while a baby is asleep isn’t that difficult. But then when the right lighting, the right background, and the right props come into the mix, things start to get a bit complicated. In this video Kelly Brown shares some invaluable pointers for posing and photographing infants.
We all want our photographs to be tack sharp, right? Photoshop can help with that, but there are a bewildering number of choices when it comes to sharpening your images. Deke McClelland is here to demystify how Photoshop’s sharpening filters work.
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.
Which photographic representation is better: color or black and white?
A small amount of code which enables the developer to change the paypal icon that appears on WooCommerce checkout page in WordPress.
This is a handy WordPress code snippet which allows you to change the shop page title in WooCommerce
A handy PHP code snippet to export data From MySQL database to CSV file with PHP
Using the techniques outlined in this video tutorial you will learn how to change the look and feel and replace the sky in your landscape images. Whether you want to completely replace the sky, or just add a few clouds here and there, this tutorial should help you do just that! I hope you find it useful.
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