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Newest Tutorials

Java » Frameworks — over 7 years ago
A comprehensive tutorial about using Eclipse and the GlassFish v3 Java application server to implement Java EE 6 applications. It shows how to use different Eclipse project types for different purposes, how to do manual tests and how to implement automatic unit tests. You will not create a complete application, but more a vertical slice through an application. The idea is to just touch all relevant areas, not to finish a project.
Photoshop » Effects — about 9 years ago
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Today I show you two interesting techniques applied, one for greatly pushing colors without risking artifacts, and another to give an artistic edge.
Photoshop » Effects — over 9 years ago
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Blending modes are an often undervalued, but incredibly powerful tool, well worth mastering. See how they can be used. e.g. to fix badly lit images.
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 9 years ago
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In this second edition of "Fine Art Explained" I work on a composite, and I show you a clear and concise workflow. See me turn an unspectacular image into a dramatic work of art.
Photography » Basics — over 9 years ago
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I explain the reasoning behind my Photoshop work. See me work on "Gasoline Alley", find out why I do what I do, and how working like that can dramatically improve images.
Photoshop » Effects — almost 10 years ago
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PhotoLift is a plugin to manipulate local contrast in an image. The tutorial shows how changing local contrast can accentuate texture and bring otherwise boring images to life.
Photoshop » Color — almost 10 years ago
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Night scenes frequently look flat. There is an overwhelming mixture of yellow and orange shades. Going B&W is only one alternative, the other is, to redesign the scene's colors. This tutorial shows how.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 10 years ago
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This technique is pretty effective on noisy images or images with focus problems that you nevertheless want to print in high resolutions. It does two things: accentuate what edges are there, and increase detail, but both without increasing noise. Of course this is invented detail, but sometimes it does not matter what details you have, it suffices that there is detail at all.
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