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  • My first 3D image: Coffee Cups

    by Celiaak | 16th of October, 2014

    For some time I have been aspiring to learn to make images and animations in 3D program Blender, but ventured only in basic shapes and understandig the very basics of the vary basic. I even made shor animations, but my PC is too slow to render it at a reasonable quality.... More
  • The delusion of Xara 3D

    by Gheburaseye | 22nd of May, 2012

    But not only its, of course. I was looking for, and not deny it, a 3D graphics software. I knew xara, because I found a trial version, years ago, in a magazine. After an analysis of the product, I can say it's not for me, it doesn't import SVG files, it does not export... More
  • Cool effect made with the blend tool

    by Mariaam | 2nd of August, 2011

    A very nice and easy to learn effect made with the blend tool in Illustrator. It is very useful to decorate background images especially technology backgrounds. When I learned how to make it, this tutorial was very helpful for me "Abstract background with Illustrator... More
  • Make your images pop with blending modes

    by Tamarabauer | 19th of April, 2011

    If you're like me, sometimes what comes out of your camera and onto your monitor isn't quite what you had in mind when you took the photo. Sometimes the image might look a bit flat or dull, despite playing with curves or levels in Photoshop. Have you ever tried the blending... More
  • Exposure Blending

    by Llareggub | 11th of April, 2011

    I took a trip to Budapest last week with a view to taking some architectural pictures, I do not take photographs like this very often and when I do I usually struggle greatly with the management of dynamic range. I decided to bracket off all of my architectural shots with... More
  • How to get a perfect dynamic range (Exposure Blending)

    by Deechhom | 16th of March, 2011

    Here I am going to explain a method which can give you a perfect Dynamic Range. I am going to focus on exposure blending. Why this method? "Because this method gives me the most accurate color rendition which I saw on the actual site." I don't say that you should not... More
  • High Dynamic Range Images an easy option

    by Mikefoto | 9th of August, 2010

    This adapted from an article on HDR found in the "Garden Route Photo" web site, written by Hougaard Malan” HDR is in no way some miraculous technique to make a mediocre photo an amazing one, neither is it the gateway to becoming a great digital landscape photographer.... More
  • Prosperity

    by Espion | 5th of November, 2007

    Oh well, not really. :-) This blog is simply to illustrate what I blogged earlier on Better Colour via Black and White. In this instance the Black and White was created using Calculations, namely using the Green and Blue channels, in that order, and blending them using... More
  • More on Natural Masks

    by Espion | 19th of October, 2007

    Earlier I mentioned this topic. I just like to add a few more ideas. This is applicable for processing of landscape scenes particularly for sunsets. At sunset the colour balance is rather complex. The shadows tend to be cold and the highlights, warm. (It is the... More
  • Black and White to make better Colour Pictures

    by Espion | 15th of October, 2007

    It sounds paradoxical but a good black and white version of your colour picture can make the colour picture better. For a good black and white picture is one which has good contrasts (global and local) and reveals lots of textures, wherever these matter to the composition... More

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