Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
If you are new to screen printing, you may not know where to begin when it comes to getting artwork ready for printing. Separating images into colors is an important step. Luckily Photoshop makes this pretty easy. I am going to show you how in just a few easy steps.
David duChemin critiques two more images submitted on the Within the Frame flickr group. David talks about the potential for the first image to become iconic. David's critique of the second image focuses on lighting and the importance of POV (point of view).
In this inaugural episode, David duChemin explains the concept and scope of series. Then David critiques two images and covers concepts such as composition, quality of light, and combining foreground and background to create depth in an image.
This video based Adobe Photoshop signature tutorial teaches you how to use smudging to create background effects, helping you learn how to create a simple forum signature with a strong focal.
I thought I’d write this short and hopefully straightforward article to explain the basics of photography in a way that should make sense to any beginner. There’s an awful lot of complicated and technical information out there that can be overwhelming when you first start out learning about photography. I know from experience that you want to be out there taking shots, and there really is no better way to learn than that, so I've tried to keep this article as concise as possible.
This tutorial will show you how to take photos in a way that you can "paint" lines or shapes using a light source (usually a flashlight).
This on-site video tutorial features tips and tricks for photographing a sunset. Includes information on composition and what settings should be used.
This tutorial explains how to use a macro lens and off camera flash to take professional macro digital photos.
This is a tutorial video showing the making of an exciting 'head-spinning' photo effect using a car that is standing still.
Terrific tips on how to become a brilliant photographer with internationally acclaimed photographer, Jesse Kalisher.
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