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Some ATP action in Santiago, Chile.
posted by duyurimember - 5th of february, 2011
After five days of the ATP of Santiago I would like to show some pictures. The first surprise of the tournament, Potito Starace from Italy. Better results than the last year, he's now in semifinals. Tommy Robredo from Spain,... More...
I enjoy the look and feel of GRUNGE
posted by mikefoto - 23rd of july, 2010
This technique offers me the ability to add texture to inherently textured elements of some of my images. It all depends on your Photoshop skills but you can apply this technique as you feel best suits your image and ability. I have... More...
Dodge and burn
posted by davulcu - 11th of february, 2010
I want to share an easy non - destructive way of dodging and burning with you which I recently learned. Open a n image in Photoshop and make a copy of your background layer with Ctrl + j. Open another new blank layer, choose... More...
Sharpening your images
posted by antoinettew - 26th of november, 2009
The other day I came across an article on the internet about sharpening your image in a safer way in stat of using Unsharp Mak. One reason for this is that the Unsharp mask operates on the actual image pixels and it makes changes to... More...
Golden Ball 2009 - France Football Best 30 Players
posted by photoplanet - 13th of november, 2009
Hello Football Editorials. Today I start a Blog about the France Football 30 Best Player of the World. All editorials are welcome to download high quality pics of the football players. Here are some of them: 1.Cesc Fabregas... More...
My 50th approval
posted by antoinettew - 19th of july, 2009
Today I reached my 50th submission. It took some time to find out what is wanted and what not but the number of my rejected photos went down and the number of approved photos went up in the last months. At first I did not understand... More...
What's the best isolation method?
posted by dcwcreations - 4th of march, 2009
If you hang around long enough in stock photography sooner or later you will start to get some isolated shots to add to your portfolio. I have read some very interesting methods that people use and many of them have excellent results.... More...
Leggmason Tennis in Washington DC
posted by notebook - 10th of august, 2008
Leggmason tennis classic is in DC. Which means I'll be spending the next few days out in Rock Creek Park, at the tennis center, shooting the world's best tennis players in action! August is indeed a great month for tennis as a week... More...
Enhancing your photos with the Soft Light Layer - Video Tutorial
posted by yanc - 28th of july, 2008
Hi Guys! Here's my latest video tutorial in Photoshop. This time I'll show you how to use the "Soft Light" layer mode as a quick and easy alternative from using our traditional Levels or Curves adjustments. I hope you'll find... More...
Creating a Dark Blue Sky Without Filters
posted by yanc - 13th of may, 2008
Hi Guys! As promised, here's my Photoshop video tutorial on creating a dark blue sky without filters. I hope you find it useful. If you missed my other video tutorials, you can check them out here. And there are plenty more to... More...
Space Management - III
posted by aryanimagery - 22nd of february, 2008
I have discussed the space definition and camera position relative to space. In this one I have wrote my ideas regarding the lenses and how they affect the spce, wide angle and telephoto lens. When we use a wide-angle lens, we are... More...
Space Management - II
posted by aryanimagery - 21st of february, 2008
Camera position plays a vital role in creating and arranging positive and negative spaces. The relationship between where the camera is positioned and where the elements in frame physically exist is one of the most important things... More...
Space Management - I
posted by aryanimagery - 20th of february, 2008
Using Space Management and Layering, we manipulate the two dimensional photographic space and introduce depth by changing the relationship of distance between elements and their size. Positive and negative space occupies all areas... More...
Time is Relative
posted by espion - 29th of november, 2007
Yeah! I finally got an image accepted for Assignment! This image was created via layering multiple exposures of a clock ticking, with each shot taken 1 sec apart, coinciding exactly with the second hand arriving at the mark.... More...
Layering a Render
posted by avion49 - 5th of september, 2007
I'll admit it, trying to render this scene in one take was going to take more time than I was willing to put up with. And I'd heard about layering a render. After asking around, I discovered this tutorial, Making The Massive It... More...
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