Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
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We address the issue of keeping uploaded files in sync or, in other words, we will provide solution for the file synchronization problem using WordPress as an example.
Lightroom is one of the most popular options for photo editing, and with good reason. In this post we’ll showcase 25 excellent free presets that you can download and put to use with your own photos.
2014 marks the Year Of The Horse on the Chinese calendar. Rebeka talks about her favourite Chinese Horse illustrations and designs, touching on the topics of flat design and tradition.
Tutorial for 3ds Max Materials. Use Standard and Mental Ray materials for rendering your models.
Color Splash in Photoshop: In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Color Splash Effect in Photoshop. We are using Quick Selection Tool to get the result. This technique also works in previous versions of Photoshop.
Capturing exceptional photos requires the ability to spot great photo opportunities – as well as knowledge on how to bring those opportunities to life. If you are looking for some ways to strengthen the impact of your photography, there are a few details that you shouldn’t overlook. Incorporating these details into your photos will help you to create visually strong images – and can help you to make the most of golden photo opportunities, when you have them!
Coulter used a technique referred to as sequence photography to create incredible images that manage to show movement in an interesting way, as you can see above. Sequence photography requires a fair amount of preparation, like all photo shoots, but a lot of the magic also happens in post-production where the multiple frames are blended into one another to create the action sequence.
Nikon’s D series of flagship cameras continues to push the boundaries of professional image quality, speed and features. The newly developed 16.2-megapixel FX-format sensor works in conjunction with the new EXPEED 4 image processing engine to deliver new levels of still and HD video quality and performance.
With Ken Collins–one of the last living pilots of the SR-71 Blackbird plane–as his subject, McNally knew that he had to use the Blackbird in the shot. He had Collins stand boldly on the needle-sharp nose of the plane, with the sun setting and a blue sky behind him. While this would have made a good shot in natural light alone, McNally used an easy lighting trick to make it a great shot.
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