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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

#Musicproduction: OCD DSP releases OCS - Obsessive Compulsive Saturation - #Free Analogue inspired saturation unit for VST Win [Win|VST]

Everybody wants a fat sound. This plugin helps. And the best of all: it is freeware. Where have all the good times gone with tube saturation...
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OCS is a saturation unit inspired by the analogue behavior. It can be used as a console saturation unit but it can have a more sporadic aproach aswell.

#Musicproduction: OCD DSP releases OCS - Obsessive Compulsive Saturation - #Free Analogue inspired saturation unit for VST Win [Win|VST]

#Photography: A Guide to Understanding ISO in Photography

Learning photography is a difficult process that requires a lot of patience and practice. This photography lesson concentrates on the basics of exposure, its definition, importance, and finally, it...

#Photography: A Guide to Understanding ISO in Photography

#Photography: Parkour Photography: Adapting to Challenging Lighting Conditions

Make a shot like the Madonna video JUMP
Thank god, I am photographer and video producer and there is no need to jump and run in the city jungle.
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Parkour combines physical strength and artful movements to overcome obstacles, such as walls, stairs, and fences. Urban landscapes are playgrounds for parkour artists, also known as traceurs. Howev...

#Photography: Parkour Photography: Adapting to Challenging Lighting Conditions


#SocialMedia: The Next Big Thing In Social Media

It’s been seven years since Facebook opened it’s use to those outside of academic settings. It’s been four years or so since it really exploded into the hundreds of millions, even billions of users...

#SocialMedia: The Next Big Thing In Social Media

Old Shoes, New Ways - a #poetry

Old Shoes, New Ways


Turn the key and lock the door
Nothing keeps me anymore
Dreams and hopes are pinned
Gone like words, gone with the wind

#Writing: Answers to Questions About Usage #3

Here are several questions from DailyWritingTips.com readers about the wording of various phrases, followed by my responses. 1. In a book I just read, the author twice uses the expression “least wo...

#Writing: Answers to Questions About Usage #3

#SocialMedia: The 7 Counterintuitive Social Media Mistakes You May be Making

I’m pretty well known for making mistakes. It’s kind of a known trait of mine. Just this weekend I walked into a door because I didn’t open it...

#SocialMedia: The 7 Counterintuitive Social Media Mistakes You May be Making

#Photoshop: Create BOKEH in Photoshop – Vido Tutorial

In photography, bokeh (Originally /ˈboʊkɛ/,[1] /ˈboʊkeɪ/ BOH-kay — also sometimes heard as /ˈboʊkə/ BOH-kə,[2] Japanese: [boke]) is the blur,[3][4] or the aesthetic quality of the blur,[5][6][7] in out-of-focus areas of an image. Bokeh has been defined as "the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light".[8] However, differences in lens aberrations and aperture shape cause some lens designs to blur the image in a way that is pleasing to the eye, while others produce blurring that is unpleasant or distracting—"good" and "bad" bokeh, respectively.[3] Bokeh occurs for parts of the scene that lie outside the depth of field. Photographers sometimes deliberately use a shallow focus technique to create images with prominent out-of-focus regions.

#Photography: Defining Your Photographic Specialty

Recently I came across a photography page and the photographer’s About Me said “I specialize in everything photography.” I couldn’t help but wonder how many other people had stumbled across that pa...

#Photography: Defining Your Photographic Specialty

#Photoshop: Hand Drawn One Line Text – Photoshop Tutorial

Looks like writing with toothpaste.
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I have thought a lot and a project i have worked on inspired me to produce a tutorial on how to create your own hand drawn text and ...

#Photoshop: Hand Drawn One Line Text – Photoshop Tutorial

#Writing: Object Pronouns vs. Subject Pronouns

Using pronouns seems simple enough, but they cause confusion because it’s easy to mix up nominative, or subject, pronouns and object pronouns. Here’s a review of the difference between the two cate...

#Writing: Object Pronouns vs. Subject Pronouns