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Digital Blending This subject is featured in Issue #6 of The Luminous Landscape Video Journal. The Problem Being Solved In nature when doing landscape work that includes sky, especially early or late in the day, the contrast range encountered often exceeds that which film or imaging chips can handle. It's therefore necessary to find a way to reduce the contrast range to something that the camera can handle so that the highlights don't burn out and the shadow areas don't turn inky black. The Traditional Approach The traditional method of dealing with this is to use split neutral density filters (graduated filters, some call them). This works well much of the time, and I have rarely gone out shooting without my full filter kit at the ready. 1 stop, 2 stop and 3 stop grads, and soft and hard edged versions of each. An additional downside is that using them takes time. Is there a better way? Shooting Technique What you're going to do is take at least two separate frames of the scene. Common First Steps Fig. 1
LearnMyShot My technique for snowflakes shooting This article on other languages: Фотографирование снежинок (russian version), Chinese version translated by Hung Li. My main hobby is taking closeup snowflake pictures. Real snow crystals are amazing objects for macro photography, thanks to their beauty, uniqueness and unlimited diversity. I capture every snowflake as short series of identical photos (usually 8-10, for most interesting and beautiful crystals - 16 shots and more), and average it (after aligning, for every resulting pixel take arithmetical mean of corresponding pixels from all shots of series) at very first stage of processing workflow. CHDK is not necessary for snowflake macro photography, but it is very useful, because it support RAWs as well as standard JPEGs and able to execute scripts. Equipment and place The smaller the focal length of the external lens and bigger - of built-in camera's optics, the greater magnification is achieved, but less depth of field is obtained. My shooting place is open balcony of my house.
Shadowhouse Creations Photoble Cuisine indienne Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Ainsi, le végétarisme est très répandu dans la société indienne, souvent le résultat d'un précepte religieux hindou ou jaïn. La consommation de bœuf ou de porc est limité par les interdits de l'hindouisme et de l'islam. La cuisine indienne s'est répandue dans le monde avec les migrations des Indiens, notamment dans l'Océan Indien, l'Europe, l'Amérique du Nord et les Antilles où elle a été enrichies d'apports nouveaux. Principaux ingrédients[modifier | modifier le code] Épices dans un marché en Inde. La fameuse plante de Cari qui donne ce goût inimitable à la cuisine indienne Les épices sont d'une grande importance dans la cuisine indienne. Parmi les épices utilisées : Ces épices sont souvent utilisés sous forme de mélange (masala), par exemple : La cuisine non-végétarienne comprend surtout du poulet, du mouton, du poisson. Cuisines régionales[modifier | modifier le code] Cuisine goanaise[modifier | modifier le code] Curry de poisson keralais
60+ (more) Advanced Photoshop & GIMP Tutorials Skip to content Dennis Plucinik's Web Design Blog Just another WordPress site advertisements Follow Me 60+ (more) Advanced Photoshop & GIMP Tutorials Posted on February 8, 2008 by dennisplucinik in Design | Tagged with: Adobe, GIMP, Photoshop, tutorials Before getting started, I want to give a shout out to Collis down at psdtuts.com. Photoshop: Photo Manipulation Photoshop: Digital Painting / Vector Art Photoshop: Web Buttons / Web Interfaces & Text Effects Photoshop: Special Effects Advertisements GIMP: Text Effects GIMP: Web Buttons & Interfaces GIMP: Digital Painting GIMP: Photo Retouching / Digital Coloring GIMP: Special Effects ← Problems With Windows Vista How to Install WordPress MU in 8 Steps → ozzo says: February 11, 2008 at 2:44 pm Great collection. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""><abbr title=""><acronym title=""><b><blockquote cite=""><cite><code><del datetime=""><em><i><q cite=""><strike><strong>
Zack Arias Behind The Scenes With The Property Brothers A People Magazine video showing the behind the scenes of my recent book cover shoot with Drew and Jonathan Scott. Read More Men's Book Cover & Feature Story Images from a recent cover and feature story I shot for Men's Book. Ludacris For Jezebel Magazine Images from a recent shoot with Ludacris for Jezebel Magazine Obsession With Water Portraits Some recent water portraits from my personal work. Emma And The Sand Storm A selection of images of Emma in a sand storm. Gimp Tutorial: Awesome Bokeh Effect in Gimp It was fun to to follow Abduzeedo tutorial for making bokeh digital effect in Photoshop (i'm using photoshop and gimp) and i really excited when i managed to do similiar effect in Gimp. So i decided to make a Gimp tut for this one..it's been over a months since my last tutorial and i think after this i'll make more Gimp tuts..Click More Inside The Post to read the tutorial. P/s: This tutorial has been converted from the original Photoshop tutorial into Gimp. Before you try this tutorial,please download my Eclipse brush where i made it by myself. Create new document. Then create new layer.I renamed it as dark violet. Choose a dark purple. Select gradient tool, Radial for the shape and low the opacity to 50. Now create a new layer and i renamed it as eclipse. Select the brush tool. and I'll using my Eclipse brush. Now we'll paint some ellipses at the eclipse layer. Go to Filters>Blur>Gaussian Blur. Create another layer ( I named it eclipse 2 ) and start painting again. Finish! Result
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