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Newest Tutorials

Photography » Lighting — over 6 years ago
Of all the crucial factors in photography, nothing is more important than light. Without light (whether natural or artificial) there is no photograph! The central tenants of photography – ISO, shutter speed and aperture are all focused around controlling the amount of light that enters the camera.
Photoshop » Designing — over 11 years ago
In this tutorial, I will show you the processes involved in making an old-looking, vintage car poster with grunge texture, font and brushset in Photoshop.
Maya » Animation — about 9 years ago
In this video tutorial, Claus Ilkjaer explains how to use a popular rig created by community members of the Eleven Second Club.
Photography » Technique — almost 9 years ago
A Nikon D3S was used in both segments of the shoot with an Aquatech kit protecting the camera while under water. Because the nature of the shoot required the power of artificial lighting, Nikon SB900 Speedlights with Phottix Strata II triggers were used.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 8 years ago
Learn how to create a surreal floating stone structure screen using a variety of photo manipulation techniques. You’ll work with blending, lighting, brush application, texturing, warping and more.
CSS » Basics — over 11 years ago
HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You'll Soon Be Using
3ds Max » Rendering — over 8 years ago
This scene was created in 3ds max, rendered using Vray and then composited in Photoshop and was inspired by my love of victorian architecture.
Photography » Composition — over 9 years ago
It may be hard to believe, but you can take very nice landscape photography even with the most basic equipment. You don’t need the latest and greatest ultra-wide lenses (although that does help create a unique perspective) or the fastest lens with a f1.2 aperture.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 6 years ago
Even when shooting under very good lighting conditions and trying to capture the essence of a scene, it is somewhat common that an image may still need a little boost in lighting. Adding some haze and flare can often bring out the ambience of a scene.
Photography » Basics — over 6 years ago
We’ve covered some basic timelapse tutorials in previous posts here on PictureCorrect, but given the complexity involved in the process, it never hurts to have just a little more knowledge. In the informative video below, Corey Rich talks about some of the realities of timelapse photography and offers sound advice on how to go about creating a project yourself.
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