HTeuMeuLeu : HTML5, CSS3, et le quotidien du web pour un intégrateur ! lorempixum - placeholder images for every case The Orton Effect - Digital Photography Tip of the Week | PCIN.net Update Image editing programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Gimp and Microsoft Digital Image Suite offer a wide range of tools that can be used to create beautiful photographs, many of those tools and the effects they crete originated in the world of film photography. One such tool effect is the Orton Effect. The Orton Effect is named after Michael Orton who first used the technique is a sandwich of two images, one in focus the other out of focus. The Orton image has traditionally been done using slide film with the first, sharp, image overexposed by two stops and the second, out of focus image, over exposed by one stop. For purists, you can use the same technique as with film, two images, overexposed the same way, and in your image editing program place your out of focus image on tip of your in focus image as a layer and choose multiply as your blending mode. I will be using the new Adobe Elements 5 for this tutorial and a photo of a Wake-Robin I shot this past spring..
Tools to Create Perfect Blog Post Graphics (Without All the Work) Over a year ago, I wrote a post on blog post graphic resources, with most of my focus set on image generators. Since then, several new tools have been introduced that make it even easier for bloggers to create custom images to enhance their posts. Why Make Your Own Graphics? Blog posts are a package deal; exceptional writing can be hampered by boring or cliché pictures or videos, formatting, design, and accessibility. Images are vital to setting the tone of your post. You don’t need to be a Photoshop pro to create some amazing transformations and customizations, especially with the all tools available to you now. Pixlr This online photo editor has many basic features for adding effects to your images. It feels very much like popular photography apps like Instagram, and it does a fantastic job of giving your image that unique look. Jing Jing is my go-to screenshot and screencast software. Splashup Splashup is my favorite online equivalent of Photoshop due to its features and ease of use.
Dynamic Drive CSS Library- CSS Triangle Arrow DIVs CSS Triangle Arrow DIVs Author: Dynamic Drive An subtle characteristic of CSS that's been exploited to do something interesting is CSS borders and using it to create pure CSS triangles. These triangles have the advantage of being extremely lightweight (no image used) and scalable to boot. Here's the CSS used to create the above DIV: Style: Markup: To display just a specific triangle then, you would set the border-color of all but the desired border side to transparent. The following adds a CSS based triangle to a DIV to produce a speech bubble look that can be used to show comments, quotes etc. Demo: This is a test The CSS: Code Info Rate this code: Date Posted: 03/22/2011 Revision History: None Usage Terms: Click here Your Comments (6) Got a question or need help customizing this CSS code? Comment Pages 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.
Geo Tag Generator Create HTML Geo-Tags for your own WEB-Site: or first read a small manual ... Map Data Map data ©2016 Map Satellite Where to go from here? Copy the generated code into the HTML header of your web page, which is the area between <head> and </head>. Have you had problems up to here, or do you need more detailed explanations? Or better, copy the image file to your own server and adapt the HTML code (img src=...) to match.
Adding Randomness to Your Photos One of the wonderful things about digital photography is the creativity that you can engage in once you’ve got your image on your computer and in Photoshop. All kinds of effects can be achieved to make your shots look any number of ways. But what about in-camera techniques for more creative and artistic shots? Here are twelve fun in-camera hacks to experiment with to get more abstract and artistic shots – the results are only limited by your imagination! 1. Every good photography course drums into it’s participants the importance of keeping your camera absolutely still while shooting to ensure fantastically sharp images. Of course sharp isn’t always what you’re after and one way to add motion into your shots is to experiment with moving your camera while shooting. panning – a technique often used in sports photography.rotate – ever whirled a child around you? 2. While panning (above) injects a vertical movement into shots – zooming gives your shots a dynamic 3D look and feel. 3. 4. 5. 6.
30 Inspiring Web Design Layouts from deviantART deviantART, a widely popular online graphic design community, is an unlikely (but surprisingly terrific) place to find inspiration for web design. There are many designers and artists at deviantART who choose to display their beautiful creations to the rest of the community. In this collection, you’ll find some of the best web design layouts created by deviantARTists. 1. add dot cc * 2. Portfolio project 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. iThink 9. 10. 11. vanci 12. 13. 15. 16. pirat 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 101 Clan Gaming Interface 24. 25. 26. 27. - Matt Kenseth - 28. 29. 30. Related content * Original featured design replaced by request. About the Author Tyler Denis is a part-time freelance designer from Ashland, New Hampshire.
How to design an awesome logo How to make an awesome logo First before you start, if you're in need of a logo design for your business and you find it tough to design it yourself, I can design it for you! I have over a decade of experience. Also, be sure to check out my design course that shows you exactly how to create awesome logos and websites in photoshop and illustrator! Like this tutorial? Update! Soon I will be rewriting a brand new tutorial on how to design a logo in both Photoshop and Illustrator. Design a logo in Photoshop CCDesign a logo in Illustrator CC Introduction Back when I began my ventures on computers in 98 on AOL, I was one of the many mesmerized by the world of AOL "proggies". I've designed for approximately 9 years now and I've learned a lot. In this tutorial, I will start and finish a logo while documenting the entire process. I've used the technique I will be teaching to develop a lot of logos. Adobe Photoshop I will be using Adobe Photoshop CS2 to design this logo. Let's Start : The Project 1.
GTmetrix | Website Speed and Performance Optimization The Ten Most Common Photographic Mistakes | Andre Gunther Photography Here is a quick rundown of the most common mistakes people (like me) make that mess up a good photo or prevent us from taking a good photo. It is a big leap for me to start talking about taking photos, since it is so much more subjective than writing Photoshop Tutorials. I am on a journey and often times I look at older pictures on this site and wonder why I even took the photo (at least I have some negative examples to show you). 1. In Photography, less is often more. Compare this photo of Downtown Philadelphia... Philadelphia Downtown Cluttered This image outlines how tight the space is in the city. Philadelphia Reflections Philadelphia Apartment Bulding ...with this photo of the reflection of an old building in a new building (left). The second image (left) is contained within the first image; however, the second image really brings out what I wanted to show - the contrast of old and new. The human eye and mind tends to see a 3-dimensional scene differently. 2. This is a myth. 3. 4. 5.