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Tribal Fighter – Manipulation Tutorial

Welcome to yet another manipulation tutorial. This is going to be an effortless 1, I’ll be utilizing the strategies used on my other tutorials but will finish up with a different outcome. Download the stock images and let’s get began. Final outcome preview Stock pictures necessary Tribal fighter – Owl stock – Landscape – For the best tutorials, Follow netglos @twitter and Step 1 Open the background image in photoshop. Soon […]


30 Best Designed Minimal Corporate Web Sites

1. Solo Simple design on a subtle grid. Garnished with color saturation via scrolling. A fun, clean, good interaction! 2. Sur la Route Encore Despite the many colors “above the fold,” Sur la Route Encore’s site (designed by Minuit Sept) toes the minimalist line. 3. Dropbox Dropbox’s purpose (as illustrated) and call to action have a hefty impact from their airy design. 4. Budnitz Bicycles Products take center stage on Budnitz’s homepage, and the “SHOP” […]


The Top 75 “Photo of the Day” of 2012

Please note the photographs themselves were not necessarily taken in 2012, they just happened to be featured as a ‘Picture of the Day’ this year. The pictures are also listed in reverse chronological order. There is no ranking between the photos themselves 🙂 Enjoy! And stay Sifty my friends     75. THE RED ZONE AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM   Photograph by Elia Locardi on Google+ |       74. ONE TRIPPY […]


Realistic Makeup with Photoshop

It’s true. Women spend a lot of time getting ready. That is because the makeup application process is quite tedious and time-consuming. The physical process of applying makeup involves concealing blemishes and painting the face with rich colors. In many ways, the process mirrors that of digital retouching techniques. In this tutorial, we will explain how to apply makeup digitally using many of the same techniques that women use to apply physical makeup to their […]


Professional Lighting for Model Photography

This example reveals how lighting style effects was controlled to make the best atmosphere for a design photoshoot. Components Needed: 2 Strobes Shoot Thru Umbrella Big Octagonal Softbox Tall Dark-colored Gobo (deflector) Round Gold Reflector Big Octagonal Softbox A Situation Research in Lighting This post in a shut look at a venture I lately proved helpful on. Together with Beautician Natalie Svikle, we joined up to make an design tale that will be based on […]


How to Create Vintage TV from Scratch with Photoshop

In today’s tutorial, I will show you how to create a detailed vintage TV from scratch using Photoshop’s vector editing capabilities. The detailed step by step guide will help you to understand the process of its creation. Preview First, take a look at the image we’ll be creating. Step 1 Open Photoshop and create a new document. I am using 1000×800 pixels. After that fill the background layer with white using the Paint Bucket Tool […]


Create a Sunshine Effect in Studio with Artificial Sunlight

[pro-player][/pro-player]   In this tutorial video we’ll give you tips on how to cheat Mother Nature and show you How to Create Your Own Sunshine in the Studio. Sunshine always evokes warmest emotions when we look at the image.  Sunny day associates with pleasant emotions caused by increase of vitamin D3 that is produced in the skin when 7-dehydrocholesterol reacts with UVB.  However our mind can trigger positive emotions just by anticipating the drug (vitamin […]


High-ISO settings in Photography

There sure is a lot of talk about high ISOs these days. Some folks even say high-ISO shooting is the new frontier of digital photography. Camera makers seem to be focusing their efforts on producing better, cleaner, less noisy images, and that translates directly into improvements at high ISOs. Here are four facts about high-ISO speeds that may make you a better photographer—especially when working in low light. 1. High ISOs can have minimal noise. […]


Shooting in JPEG or Shooting in RAW

The following tip on RAW vs JPEG was submitted by Richard and Rebecca from Finn Productions (You can see their Flickr account here) . It came out of a discussion in our Flickr Group titled JPG or RAW. There is actually a lot of good discussion already in this thread so once you’ve read the following head over and see what others have to say on the topic. So, you’ve forked over at least $600 […]


Pouring Light Great Design by Yeongwoo Kim

Human actions play such a significant role in design; it’s either evident in the form or in the function. In the Pouring Light, the action is evident in the form and is delightfully executed as well! With the motive of giving off “an emotional flow of light”, the lights linger on with a mesmerizing effect thanks to the use of phosphorescence in the “water” part. Yeongwoo suggests the use of LED lights to conserve energy, […]


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