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  • Igor and Lany Grishin's master class on processing of wedding photos

    by Nigerfoxy | 10th of September, 2011

    On September, 9th in Volgograd has passed Igor and Lany Grishin's master class on processing of wedding photos. As the founder of Internet-photomagazine I will share the emotions and opinions. 1. Why I there have gone. Each wedding photographer faced that during a season... More
  • Ready, Set, DRAW!

    by Livingstonatlarge | 22nd of August, 2011

    So…Hi Everyone! I’ve been doing a lot on photography and my photo journey here, but now I have something else to blog about. Illustrations! Which I will get to after I tell you my Photoshop story. It’s a BLOG. I get to do what I want :) After my job folded last... More
  • First tutorial: Precise Whiteout...

    by Darwinsm81 | 19th of July, 2011

    well the story begins when i had to place some car parts (fly-wheels) online with a white background. The problem, i didnt know how to get it perfect. I tried doing it through photoshop but it was not giving me the result i was looking for until it occur to me why wont i... More
  • Let's Go Shopping - at the Malls!

    by Haslinda | 8th of July, 2011

    Anyone love shopping? It is the weekends, y'all. Let's have fun! Why do I have so many pictures of shopping malls? Simply an obsession with shopping. While online shopping is convenient and saves time, there is nothing like being there physically in the stores checking... More
  • Warning: shopping scam website

    by Deniskelly | 2nd of July, 2011

    I've been looking around the web for the best price for a Panasonic 20mm f1.7. I came across DVStage.com, an impressive looking site which purports to offer the lens at £148 - £122 pounds less than the next lowest price! Thinking this is probably too good to be true,... More
  • Useful plug-in for photoshop cs5: imagenomic portraiture

    by Janeedward | 9th of June, 2011

    Portraiture is a Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture plugin that eliminates the tedious manual labor of selective masking and pixel-by- pixel treatments to help you achieve excellence in portrait retouching. It intelligently smoothens and removes imperfections while preserving... More
  • Photoshop

    by Markosloizou | 11th of May, 2011

    I'm new to photoshop and i need a way to learn photoshop to a good extent. I have thought of going to lessons but i neither have the time nor the money for that kind of activity. My other option is books and DVDs. I,ve found three books in amazon and one comes with dvd lessons.... More
  • So far so good ... 15 pictures in 1 week ...

    by Digikhmer | 22nd of April, 2011

    After a week of uploading and waiting for approval ... I ended it up with fifteen pictures approved. I nerver thought that my pictures are qualified to be on-line here beside the professionals photographer with a modest camera and lens kits. It has been very excited and... More
  • Photoshop or Not photoshop ?

    by Digikhmer | 20th of April, 2011

    Nowaday, it is very easy to capture picture of any thing, in any situation and with any point of view (tilted LCD) but the result is not the same according to the brand of the camera. I heard that Canon delivers softer picture and Nikon process more the final picture to deliver... 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
  • Creating a cloud brush

    by Rolffimages | 6th of April, 2011

    Creating a cloud brush LINK Here is a simple yet easily adaptable method to make puffy clouds for your projects. We will start with a brush about 400 px in size, with a hardness of 0% and spacing of 25%. These settings can be found and set in your brush palette.... More
  • Chromatic aberration

    by Tamarabauer | 4th of April, 2011

    Chromatic aberration appears in photos as "fringes" of color along boundaries that separate dark and bright parts of the image and can be most annoying. Even with Canon L glass and a reasonably high end camera, I'm still faced with it in certain situations - with trees... More
  • Clone Stamp tool

    by Davulcu | 23rd of March, 2011

    As we all know infringement is a problem in Microstock business. Therefore we always need to delete the marks , brands , letters or signs in our images to avoid from copyright infringment. Here is a simple tip to achieve this ; 1 - Open your image and make a copy... More
  • Purple fringing

    by Davulcu | 17th of March, 2011

    Since many lenses can not focus all colours to same convergence point, Chromatic Aberration becomes a major problem for many photographers. If you are shooting in RAW mode , you have the chance to get rid of this fringing in your raw editor. However in some cases when... More
  • Action writing in PS, Easier post-processing

    by Billdayone | 13th of March, 2011

    Hi all, Its very early in the morning, so a cup of coffee is in order. In the spirit of DT, I would like to make myself available, for any help that I can, about doubts with Actions in PS. Definition of an Action in Photoshop: The ability to record a series of... More
  • Picture in use #2

    by Rzs | 5th of March, 2011

    What a nice surprise:) A few hours ago, I found another picture from my portfolio published on the internet. They used my picture in a Photoshop tutorial (wow!). Here is the link I'd like to share, if you want to see: Photoshop CS5: praca z tekstem. I only tried to type... More
  • Improve at photoshop.

    by Fra73 | 22nd of February, 2011

    I recently watched Photoshop Top Secret, a very good tutorial. It had helped me improving. It is not very recent tough. I was wondering if there is a similar tutorial that explains how to properly use the new functions in PS5. Thanks in advance Fra More
  • How to convert Rastors into Vectors using Photoshop

    by MorganOliver | 8th of February, 2011

    I really want to start incorporating 'real' vectors into my portfolio. With research I am starting to understand the differences between rastor files and vectors. 1- "Raster files, or bitmaps, utilize pixels to create an image. This is good for image color but causes... More
  • Horses and techniques

    by Aginger | 6th of February, 2011

    By way of introduction, I'm not keen on horses. They are lovely, beautiful, great animals, but I've had no chance in my life yet to keep myself close to them. In spite of this, you can see many photos about horses in my portfolio. No, I'm not a liar. :) Horses are easy to... More
  • An easy way to remove stray pixels in Photoshop

    by Alistaircotton | 30th of January, 2011

    We all hate rejection. No matter how thick my skin gets I still hate getting images rejected by stock agencies. Sometimes though, it’s all for a good reason and something great comes out of the whole learning experience. Yesterday was one of those days. I’ve... More

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