Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
By Ric Sattler . This Tutorial was written because of the many questions, which were asked by visitors of my art galleries in the internet. I hope I can give some answers with this tutorial. And I also hope that you will understand my bad english (I will appreciate corrections) ; -)
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What You Sell Introduction What photographers and illustrators should sell - in addition to their time and expertise - are licences to their work, rather than the actual work or images themselves. Thanks to copyright laws, creators are able to license the rights to their work for specific uses. This is like renting a photo or illustration for use in a magazine, in an advertisement, or by an organization. Copyright laws also give photographers and illustrators certain rights that, if enforced, can pay long-term benefits.
One fun digital photography challenge for those with a little time on their hands (particularly on a lazy long weekend as I know many of you are on) is photographing Water Drops. OK – so there are thousands of these on Flickr and some might say they are a little cliche – but I think they are a fun subject but also present photographers with enough of a challenge that they’ll learn something while photographing them. They are also an ideal subject for those photographers stuck inside on a cold rainy day. I was planning on writing a full tutorial on the topic of photographing water drops but there are some good examples of this type of photography accompanied by some instructions on how the shots were taken in our forums. Start with this thread by member snapdragon (who took the image to the left with the technique that she describes) but also check out Aperthetic’s description of their technique .
Layer styles are one of Photoshop’s most powerful and fun features. You can create all sorts of plastic, glass, water, ice, or metal styles.
Here’s two font style for Photoshop Design. Cheers. Full tutorial after jump.