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Cloth Paper Scissors presents: 4 Free Digital Art Tutorials: Creating Digital Artwork for Photo Collage Not too long ago we waited to see how photos came out when the roll was finished and sent away to be developed. And, if you wanted to duplicate or manipulate images or other artwork for photo collage, you had to find a copy center and pay per page. Now, technology for altering photos is available in our own homes and studios, making photo collage and digital art more accessible and easier than ever for mixed media artists.
This post is Day 15 of 30 Ways In 30 Days To Redesign Your Life With Photography. This series seeks to provide you with practical steps to get you from wherever you are today, to exactly where you want to be – this year! If your goal has always been to take your photography to a whole new level, hang on and start enjoying a new lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of.
As the Holiday Season is upon us, the Toad has been very busy compiling this weeks list of tutorials, great photography and interesting blogs to share with everyone. This final post of 2011 is filled with great works by some truly great photographers and artists, and the Toad hopes you enjoy viewing these as much as he did in bringing the list to you. At this time, the Toad would like to extend the best wishes for the holiday season to everyone, and he looks forward to returning in 2012 with a fresh list of great works to peruse and enjoy!
Posted by: Lauren Margolis Posted date: December 21, 2011 | 27 Comments As an appendix to the Selling Nature Photography guide, I talked with Greg Basco of Deep Green Photography – a nature photographer specializing in Costa Rica rain forest stock photography. He’s been shooting since he first arrived in Costa Rica in 1992, and now offers you 7 tips for shooting and selling nature stock photography .
Free photography textures abound. Finding textures to purchase is just as easy. So why would someone invest time photographing texture in the world around them? Texture adds depth. Texture adds character. Texture adds impact.