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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 10 pro After Effects tips

With the arrival of Adobe’s Creative Cloud, more designers than ever have access to After Effects. We’ve rounded up 10 brilliant tips for the motion graphics software from the experts who use it da...

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 10 pro After Effects tips

#Filmproduction: 5 Sites for Free Video Editing and Motion Design Elements

As video editors and motion designers, we’re constantly looking for cost effective ways to add extra ‘oomph’ to our projects. The following resources offer FREE design elements that can give your p...


#Filmproduction: 5 Sites for Free Video Editing and Motion Design Elements

#Guitar: Tune Your Guitar with Harmonics

Typically to do a quick check on your guitar's tuning you will play the 5th fret on all strings (4th on 3rd string) and compare it with the string below. Essentialy what you are doing is playing th…
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#Guitar: Tune Your Guitar with Harmonics

#Photoshop: Create a Mystic Lady Photo Manipulation

Open the model image in photoshop and duplicate (Ctrl+J) the image two times. We can name the duplicates as we want. I, myself, named the duplicates as background copy and inverted background copy ...

#Photoshop: Create a Mystic Lady Photo Manipulation

#Photoshop: Tutorial: Porcelain Doll Effect (Photo Retouching)

In today’s Photoshop tutorial, learn how to give your models a ‘porcelain doll’ look, using Adjustment Layers, Layer Masks, and the Liquify Filter. Support m… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Tags: Doll Effect ...

#Photoshop: Tutorial: Porcelain Doll Effect (Photo Retouching)


The Street Artist - a poetry

The Street Artist


City streets are dirty and grey
If there were not artworks made with spray
An underdog made it under the screen of night
But the whole effect turns out in the broad daylight

#Photography: Tip—How to Choose a Portrait Lens

Understanding point of view. A camera lens does not affect your point of view, or perspective. Only your position has a direct correlation with perspective. Short and long lenses only affect the fr...

#Photography: Tip—How to Choose a Portrait Lens

#Guitar: Free Guitar Lesson: How to Tune Your Guitar & Play Open Chords [VIDEO]

Keeping your guitar in tune is particularly important when jamming or performing with others. If your instrument is out of tune with your jam mate, they will likely ask you to tune up, which is pretty harmless. However, if you are performing in front of an audience and your instrument is not in tune with the others, even the spectators will notice! A little bit of variance may not bother anyone, but if you're severely out of tune for any length of time, rest assured your fans will start to turn on you.

#Guitar: Free Guitar Lesson: How to Tune Your Guitar & Play Open Chords [VIDEO]


#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 6 Free Effects for After Effects & #Premiere

When editing any project…there are moments when a visual effect can be applied to help the story be told. These effects can emphasis something to make it more evident, subtly isolate a certain elem...

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 6 Free Effects for After Effects & #Premiere

#Photoshop: Eye Sharpening - Photoshop Tutorial

With this tutorial you can create amazing, bright eyes within minutes. First retouch, adjust levels and do all necessary colour corrections on your image. With a Lasso Tool (L) select the eyes (ho...

#Photoshop: Eye Sharpening - Photoshop Tutorial

#Photography: Landscape Photography With an ND Filter

Today’s photo tip concerns the neutral density filter. To get better landscape photographs, this is another piece of camera gear that should be in your bag at all times! It’s a filter effect that c...

#Photography: Landscape Photography With an ND Filter

#Photography: Rediscovering Backlit Subjects

Look where the sun is coming from – then position yourself with your back towards it so that it light up your subject’s face. This was the very first piece of photographic advice that I was ever ...

#Photography: Rediscovering Backlit Subjects

#Photoshop: Quick Tip: Create a Realistic Credit Card in Photoshop

In today’s quick tip tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a realistic-looking credit card using Photoshop and Illustrator in just a few short steps. Let’s get started! To speed up the process…
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#Photoshop: Quick Tip: Create a Realistic Credit Card in Photoshop

#Photoshop: New Photoshop CS6 Tutorial Teaches How to Create Hazy Window Effect

Graphic and web designers should always keep looking for new creative tips and tricks to implement and learn about Photoshop. That is exactly why, we again have prepared new Photoshop CS6 tutorial ...


#Photoshop: New Photoshop CS6 Tutorial Teaches How to Create Hazy Window Effect

#Photography: The Challenge of Using Old Film Cameras for Street Photography

Phillip Bloom has been making films for 25 years, and wherever he goes for his work, he likes to take along his still cameras and walk about the city capturing photos on the street. Bloom has recen...

#Photography: The Challenge of Using Old Film Cameras for Street Photography


#Photoshop: Kickstarter For A Real-Life Photoshop Color Eye Dropper

This is a Kickstarter for Nix, a $99 Bluetooth enabled smartphone accessory that can identify the color of anything you rest it on, so you can paint your office the exact same color of that coffee ...

#Photoshop: Kickstarter For A Real-Life Photoshop Color Eye Dropper


#Musicproduction: Creative Sidechaining Tips

We have quite a few written tutorials on sidechaining. In this screencast, we revisit the topic in video form, so you can see how the technique works first hand. But we revisit it with a twist, dem...

#Musicproduction: Creative Sidechaining Tips