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Has someone ever asked you why you like an image? Beneath the surface of great picture, there is a geometric design in hiding. During World War II, photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt worked for the early version of the Associated Press and went on to become a Life Magazine photographer, taking over fifty cover shots for them.
The other week, I was roaming the miles and miles of online clothes stores that I can never afford anything from, when I came across a real beauty on Lily Allen’s (sorry, Cooper’s) boutique, Lucy In Disguise : At £145, this was the same old story: look but don’t touch (don’t even think about trying it on). It was not so much the print — although I did see some fabric in a very similar print going cheap at Wolverhampton indoor market! — as the cut that I love about this dress.
Hello! In this tutorial, I will show how I created the Rainbows wallpaper. First, create dark sky in the background. For that, set forecolor to dark blue and back color to black, switch to Gradient tool (G), change gradient type to Radial, and create gradient from bottom to top of document. To add some highlight, create new layer, and use large soft white brush to add a spot. Then, transform it (Ctrl-T) - stretch it horizontally.
I love double exposures! I can't help myself. I want you to catch the bug as well. This is one of the first double exposures I took with my LC-A+RL. First roll on a night out. It's a light bulb with a cage around it and a security door at a club called the Mohawk.
In Adobe Photoshop CS6, changing the overlay effects create special effects in your image. Shadows, being based in reality, are the kinds of effects you’ll find yourself using frequently. On the other hand, you’ll probably use overlay effects only occasionally, if at all. But, in case you need to apply an overlay, here are the options: Color Overlay: Adjust the Blend Mode, Opacity, and Color settings of the overlay. This effect, along with the Gradient Overlay and Pattern Overlay, is best used with an opacity setting of less than 100% or a blend mode other than Normal.
Jessica Tremp You should check out the work of Jessica Tremp , a photographic artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Nothing but goodness here. Make sure you go through all of her work.. soo inspiring. Popping Bubbles by Richard Heeks Check out these breathtaking pictures of soap bubble sequence by Richard Heeks , UK-based photographer.
After a over 4 weeks of not being able to sew, I'm finally back in action and have made Grainline's Moss Mini Skirt. The above photo courtersy of TJ from The Perfect Nose , post a frenetic morning of Christmas shopping, humidity and an hour or so sitting in the car (turns out the fabric I used likes to crumple. *sigh*). But before we get down to business - the consumables need to be thanked.
Many says floating in the air, or so called levitation is impossible.
Knowing how to draw is an important, but undervalued, skill. Drawing forces you to pay attention to the world as it is , not as you want it to be. Knowing how to draw makes even the most mundane objects, scenes or people more interesting.
I am becoming increasingly obsessed with the 1990s sitcom Goodnight Sweetheart (I’ve got my finger on the pulse), which is on a seemingly continuous cycle of repeats on UKTV Gold. As a younger man, I dismissed it as a run-of-the-mill, traditional sitcom, albeit with an unusual premise. But having rewatched all 58 episodes at least three times, I can tell you that my initial scathing analysis was pretty much on the button. It’s a tantalising disappointment.
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In an age when “everything is changing, everything is moving,” photographer Nadav Kander has sought to find moments of reserve, reverence and human vulnerability in his latest series, Bodies: 6 Women, 1 Man, opening this week at Flowers Gallery (Cork Street) in London, and published by Hatje Cantz later this month. Kander told TIME in a recent interview that his work in Bodies — featuring white, smooth figures cast against a stark black background — serves, in part, as a visual homage to fine-art history. But the alabaster forms, naked and undefended, also communicate Kander’s underlying motivation as a photographer: to capture “the paradoxes of the human condition.” “I don’t like to ignore that there is beauty without imperfection or that there’s health without disease,” Kander says. This interplay between the perfect and the flawed, the pure and the corrupt, suggests an elemental truth — a truth that is central to Kander’s aesthetic and method.
Really cool DIY graphic design... by Jan 24