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Published in Design , Photoshop Tutorials Gadgets like smartphones, mp3 players, and tablets have become a part of our everyday lives, and they are often incorporated into designs. There are a lot of quality tutorials available that will show you step-by-step how to design a great-looking gadget.
Published in Design , Photoshop Tutorials The design of an advertisement can have a huge impact on the level of success of the ad campaign. Being able to design attractive and effective advertisements will lead to better results for you and your clients. In this post we’ll showcase 15 tutorials that will lead you through the process of designing an ad in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, I will show you how the create a stylized illustrated look from a photograph. The best part is that it requires no artistic ability! You can do this to any photo and pretty much any subject, but I think it works best with people. Before/After
Published in Design , Photoshop Tutorials Photoshop provides designers and photographers with the opportunity professionally edit photos for the best results. While there are almost endless possibilities for photo editing with Photoshop, there can be a lot to learn.
Sunrise and sunset are the two most favorable themes for photographers because of its rapidly changing hues and great color saturation. But they are also one of the difficult themes to master in photography. The difficulty lies on how to get a balanced exposure in a great dynamic range of luminance between the lightest (the sun) and darkest (the foreground) areas of the image. Often times you either get a silhouette against the golden hue horizon or a clear shot of the foreground but an overexposed background. Thanks to modern technologies, there are many ways to overcome the exposure dilemma in a high contrast environment such as the High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI), active D-lighting built in cameras, multiple exposure on the same image, gradient Graduated Neutral Density (GND) filters application and black card photography, etc.
This project grew out of the 365 Before Thirty project. I was looking for ideas to keep the project and it occurred to me that there are lot of people out there looking to do a photo-a-day project in need of ideas. So the request went out for ideas. Lifehacker AU also kindly posted my request resulting in more ideas.
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I'll admit, Super Macro Your Cell Phone Camera With A DVD Lens is one weird title. However, if you just moved to a blu ray DVD player and you're looking for some good use for your old DVD, cnflikt (who also took the shots for this tutorial) came up with a hack to enable you to take super macro shots with your cellphone. Of course you'll need a camera phone for that. cnflikt uses the notorious, yet old-skooled K800i , but any camera phone will work here. First thing is to get a lens for your camera phone. Make sure your old DVD player is not connected to power.