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Photoshop » Designing — over 9 years ago — reviewed, not listed
n this tutorial we will take a look at HDR photography. HDRI (High Dynamic Range Imaging) was originally used in 3D and is now in full force in photography.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Here is useful tutorial where I’m gonna show you how to add the label to the human skin in Photoshop. In this tutorial I will be using this stock photo of the man.
JavaScript » Basics — almost 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Usage is pretty simple: Some pluralink is all to do after inserting the JS file into our webpages. The cons are: not unobtrusive (if the JS is off, the links won't be working) no RSS support (Pluralink team says "they are working on it") The library also comes as a Wordpress plugin for easier integration.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
TopUp is an unobtrusive Lightbox clone that is highly customizable & offering advanced features. It is built with jQuery/jQuery UI can display images, videos, webpages or any HTML content. TopUp supports grouping of objects to be displayed & they can be browsed with previous-next buttons (ideal for image galleries). Images used inside (backgrounds, buttons, etc)
CSS » Effects — almost 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
AEXT.NET, a blog focused on web design & development, is presenting a very detailed tutorial on creating bubbles effect (like Apple Dock) with CSS. The tutorial includes two methods: CSS sprites (basic) & the image swapping (advanced) which will be generating the same visual output.
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — almost 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
jQuery Menu is a solid menu system that helps creating dropdown, iPod drilldown and flyout styled navigations easily. It is the updated & much improved version of the iPod-like menu mentioned here (WRD post).
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
We are going to create a 3D polaroid styled photo effect. Step 1: Find a suitable photograph from which to create this effect. Some tips when picking a photograph include a distinguishable background and an area within the photograph that extrudes beyond the normal outline of the photo. In my example, the dog's leg makes this photograph a perfect candidate for this technique. Note, that this photograph is image #0520011 from Photospin.com
Photoshop » Drawing — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This tutorial is going to teach you how to draw a Mircosoft's XBOX 360 console in photoshop using a reference image, simple techniques such as the gradient tools and the pen tool. You are expected to have some experience with both of these two tools to successfully apply and follow this tutorial. I am going to trace everything over this hi-resolution picture of the XBOX that I found. By the time you're done, your finished work will look something like this.
CSS » Advanced Concepts — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Let’s face it. Mozilla puts out a lot of alphas, nightlies, and developer releases, so if you’d ignored last month’s offering—Firefox 3.6 alpha—you could probably be forgiven. However, this time there were actually some good reasons for web geeks to pay attention. Among other goodies, the new additions include support for:
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Today I will teach you about How to Create Photoshop Electronic Torch Light Icon [1]-First of all Open New Document of Custom size,Height & Width 380×420 pixels, Resolution 72 & Mode RGB Color
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