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40 Photoshop Actions for Designers and Photographers - Web Design Blog Get the FlatPix UI Kit for only $7 - Learn More or Buy Now In the past we have written on Photoshop actions for touchups related to photography enhancements. But it is common for designers to release their actions for free attribution on certain projects. And many of these newer releases are difficult to track down without scouring the Internet for links! Thus I have put together this collection of 55 fantastic new Adobe Photoshop actions for photo enthusiasts. Graphics editors will adore many of these which provide a solution for generating clean effects in many different photos. 5 Sources for Free and Legal Images Everyone knows that almost any blog post is better with images. However, getting them can be a difficult matter. With a maze of licensing and fair use issues making it hard to decide what is and is not legal to use, many bloggers don’t wish to use images that they have not taken themselves.
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45 Awesome Abstract Textures Finding that perfect texture for your design can be quite the search, and also quite time consuming. To help you out a bit we’ve browsed through the large collection of textures over at deviantART and picked out some abstract textures. These can inspire you in making your own ones or you can use them. Just make sure to click on the images to go to the originals and read if the artists behind them have any restrictions or require credits first. Maybe this can be the helpful start to a new project? Let’s dive in! 25 unpublished photos from the National Geographic archives A picture is worth a thousand words, but National Geographic’s photos always leave you speechless. Apart from competitive or ordinary photos, there are still many unpublished ones stored in the archives of the popular magazine. They have been recently released to the public, offering an amazing never-before-seen glimpse into the past.
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