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A quickie on object isolation
posted by arielmartin - 5th of february, 2010
A couple of quick tips: To have an object isolated fast and easy (as it can possibly be) first you need to shoot with that in mind. Use white background and get a light between your subject and the background. Just experiment until... More...
Photoshop info
posted by ferreira669 - 3rd of february, 2010
i found this fantastic video of the new feature of CS4 and the simplicity of doing some tasks very easy and quick Photoshop cs4 video
Curve or not to curve ?
posted by davulcu - 1st of february, 2010
Well , Curves (Ctrl M) is one of the most powerful tools to whiten our backs :) in Photoshop but I think it also destroys the details sometimes. What I want to recommend is another way, simply selecting the image with Magic Wand... More...
Getting a pure white background for non pros, some tips
posted by titania1980 - 26th of january, 2010
I would like to share with non pros, people like me, who don't own a photographic studio neither expensive lights and spotlights and just have their home lights (like me ^^) Well, I always try to shoot in natural daylight, I often... More...
Background out of a cat ;)
posted by julia161 - 20th of january, 2010
Hi, Friends. Today I desided to share an easy tip how to make abstract backgrounds out of anything. This background , for ex. was made of this picture . To do so I opened Photoshop filters => distort => wave and later played... More...
Another way for sharpening
posted by rzs - 15th of december, 2009
Hi people, my friend told me a great tip for sharpening pictures a few months ago, but I haven't mentioned it here. It's my mistake and I am sorry about that:) I know you know how to sharpen pictures, even you can know this way that... More...
Black Friday
posted by jinlide - 2nd of december, 2009
Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving day in US, when Christmas shopping begins. While many worry about how to cook the big bird, others have something different in mind: to get the best spot in line for the Black Friday... 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...
Hello, microstocks!
posted by adash - 24th of november, 2009
My new art website is ready for visitors. Just say "Cheese!" and... sell it. Everyday Fine Arts. Webscience, Photos, Video. Adobe Photoshop tips and tricks, Microstock tips and tricks, interesting links, workshops, Books and free... More...
What You Is Doing? (A straightening tip)
posted by noonie - 16th of november, 2009
He was a cute kid standing on the side of the road holding a plastic ball and bat. He saw us riding by on our bicycles and grinned really big. We slowed down to say "hello" and he asked, "What you is doing?". Well, sometimes I have... More...
Photo Preview DT Style!
posted by mani33 - 4th of november, 2009
Hi! This is a fast tip... If you want to see how your image looks when published on DT, do the following using Photoshop... 1- Open your photo (Illustration); 2- Change the resolution from 300DPI to 72DPI; 3- Resize your image... More...
Photoshop keyboard shortcuts...
posted by littlemacproductions - 1st of november, 2009
Do I love these shortcut keys in Photoshop (CS4)... Yes I do! There are a couple of keyboard shortcuts I have been recently introduced to. Better late than never! To undo an effect I used to use the Ctrl Z key combination and... More...
Checkout my new model
posted by picstudio - 12th of october, 2009
Here are some pics of my new model, hope you like them:- More...
Questions for administrators of Dreamstime: a suggestion.
posted by davidwatmough - 3rd of october, 2009
It would be good in my view, especially for those relatively new to Dreamstime if there was a box on the management site where we could ask questions and get quick replies. I did a property release for instance on my own workshop but... More...
Level Four, Windows 7, Photoshop Cover Action Pro and Ultimate Social Community all in one.
posted by creativei - 1st of october, 2009
Hello all my DT friends. So many news things in this past one week. First one of my image reached the landmark Level Four, This image of Abu Dhabi City, , finally I recorded the 50th sale, 51 to be precise. Now I'm waiting for... More...
How far can it go?
posted by jalama1 - 30th of september, 2009
I was reading in the message boards about illustrations. What are they? How to create one? What software to use? etc. Photoshop is the software I use to post process my photos so, I decided to make an illustration using PS. I uploaded... More...
Photoshop / Topaz Adjust Video Tutorial (italian)
posted by rcaucino - 25th of september, 2009
Hi all, I'm glad to share with you my last Photoshop Video Tutorial (Italian):it's about the correct use of Topaz Adjust plug-in. Everyone know that Topaz Adjust easily produces terrific results: there's a kind of "topaz flu" in the... More...
Fun with photoshop actions
posted by summerrain - 19th of september, 2009
If you have photoshop and use it in your artistic work there's one thing you can do that might save you a lot of precious time. Especielly if you find yourself using a lot of the same processing for your imaging. You can create your... More...
Misfocused / blurry photos - time to get creative
posted by risto40 - 10th of september, 2009
Probably you have had situations when, after downloading pictures from camera to PC, you've noticed that some shots are out of focus due to incorrect focusing or accidental shake during long exposure shooting. Seems like wasted shot,... More...
Selective Black and White
posted by risto40 - 27th of august, 2009
One fast and simple way to make your photos more interesting before turning them into black and white, is to use so called Selective black and white. In other words, some object will retain its colors on black and white surrounding... More...
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