Creating a falling star in one of your photo's


posted on 16th of october, 2007

Hello all,

I found this nice tutorial about how to add an Falling star to one of your night scene photo's.

The link to the site is: http://www.t-tutorials.com

I tried it myself and its not so hard but you still have a nice effect.

Hope you all found it useful

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Extreme Photo retouching (movie)


posted on 16th of october, 2007

hey all,

I just found this amazing movie about retouching and i was deeply impressed by this persons work.

For people who need inspiration this is a good movie also if you are bored and dont wanna retouch photo's this is a good movie to get you back on track.

Well enough of my chit chat and to work now :P

heres the link: go to movie now

Comments (2)

Posted by Northman on October 17, 2007
sure thing
Posted by Charon on October 16, 2007
Quite inspiring. I believe a lot of pain work have been skipped.



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Curacao a beauty for all


posted on 16th of october, 2007


hey all,

I like to tell some about the country where i come from, Its just pure information so don't think i have a purpose with this.

I have lived in Curacao for like 18 years and i like it a lot. Ii had a country full of beauty to enjoy. every day was a good day to go to the beach that means there is a 99.9% chance that you wil wake up and see the sun shining in to your room.
All of this sounds like a paradise, well if you need a paradise for photographing Curacao is one of this paradises . if you go to Curacao i would strongly recommend you to take some underwater pictures.

Going out in Curacao is also a lot of fun, instead of standing in a disco with a lot of smoke you wil be on a open beach with a dancefloor made on it so...

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Posted by Dcwcreations on October 16, 2007
I have had the pleasure of visiting your country many times for scuba trips and the beauty of your country is only enhanced by the kind and friendly people that live there. Thank you



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3 Tips for snowy winter photography in nature


posted on 17th of october, 2007

Hey all

Snowy winter is coming up and that makes it hard for photographers to make nice pictures in the nature. slippery rocks and mud make it hard to get trough.

To make it more easy in the snowy winter i have 3 tips:

1) Put warm clothes on so you wont have trouble with the cold. (this will make you trip more fun for sure)

2) Plan your route in advance so you wont have trouble when finding your path. (in snowy times it takes longer to cover a distance)

3) Take someone with you just in case of an emergency, making a fall in the slippery nature can bring nasty accidents.

Hope it will help you guys in the snowy winters.

Comments (2)

Posted by Ilkkakukko on October 20, 2007
Also remember, that air moisture condenses to cold surfaces. Do not open your camera / replace optics when back at home, until they warm up.
Posted by Kenneystudios on October 17, 2007
Great tips! Something I do that others might find helpful is keeping a warm blanket in the car. If something happens and your car is stranded, you will have a little bit of warmth to keep you going. I also keep items to melt snow and aid in traction (kitty litter, for example) if conditions call for digging out the car.



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Beginners tips for photography


posted on 18th of october, 2007

Hey all,

Making pictures sounds pretty difficult for beginners but there are a couple of things you can do to make it a bit easyier.

here are some tips for de beginner:

If you see something nice just take the picture dont take to lang trying getting a steady shot or fixing colour. The risk that your target is gone or is not in a good postion is big. so just shoot the picture and dont waste time with this or that. (most of the time it is fixeble in Photoshop)

A moment is there only once :)

so good luck and always have fun

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Plain background in pictures


posted on 19th of october, 2007



Hey all,

I have been searching on the internet for a way to make nice pictures from objects.

I have found a way that quite amazed me, it was easy and handy.

Just take a big plate of whatever material and put it behind the object you want to photohrap. Take your picture and you have your object with a solid background.

handy and easy what more do you want.

hope this was helpful

Comments (1)

Posted by Asthedreamers on October 20, 2007
Hey thanks for posting this tip!



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Going Pink for october


posted on 20th of october, 2007

hey all,

October is almost over en were getting out of time to show that we realize that Breast Cancer is a serious problem in our community. For the October month it is possible to subscribe at the Going Pink website. I have subscribed my website and have the Going Pink logo in the sidebar of my website for the month October.

If you have a website and you wanna show you care GO to the GOING PINK website

699 websites were already subscribed before i came :)

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Vector vs Pixel


posted on 25th of october, 2007

hey all,

witchone is the best "Vector vs Pixel"? Thats what a friend of mine asked. before i gave my answer i wanted to know what he was thinking.

Hes answer was vector cause vector is new and has more possbilities.

My opinion is that vector might be handy but in de end you wil always be seeing pixels.

I say vector and pixels win :P

Comments (1)

Posted by Leecappsphotography on October 25, 2007
Vector and pixel are actually 2 different things. Programs like Illustrator, Freehand and Corel Draw to name a few save there images in Encapsulated Postscript formats known as Vector Art.
Each element is a mathematical equation that specifically maps out each shape, color and position. Vector images can be enlarged from a very small size to as large as a billboard without any loss of quality. Pixels on the other hand are the small dots that make up a photograph or picture in a psd, tiff, jpep or other image format. When you try to increase the size of this type of image, the quality decrease because the space between each pixel has to be interploted and gets very, very pixelized. You can actually see the blocks that make up the image. It is like the screen in a printed photograph in the newspaper that you look at with a magnifying glass. Hope this might help.



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Very handy Tips en Tricks database


posted on 29th of october, 2007

heya all,

As a beginner photographer i am constantly looking for new tips and tricks to make better photo's. most of this tips and tricks i find on the internet by using google. If i would post everything i see on the internet then dreamstime would be full of articles. But i have made a decision to not do that. I decided to only post the most worthy information.

So here is what i thought would be handy for more of ya guys out there:

I recently discovered that Kodak also has a tip database with lots of handy information.

I have tried almost all of the Tips and tricks for me they were easy to understand and very useful.

The good thing is that it is well organized so you wont waste time by searching the whole website. (important)

This tips are for beginners and advanced...

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Comments (1)

Posted by Sil63 on October 30, 2007
Many thanks for sharing :) Interesting site indeed.



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