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Thursday, November 14, 2013

#Photoshop: Getting Freaky with Photoshop Patch Tool

Not really a valueable tip. Look at that picture! For beginners only (don
't be shy to admit being beginner. I started as a rookie too)
ViennaCC

I will show you how to remove your eyes, nose and mouth easily from a photo just using the patch and healing tools. When creating horror pictures its often useful to remove whole parts of a face, a...

#Photoshop: Getting Freaky with Photoshop Patch Tool

#SocialMedia: This Video Will Have You Completely Rethink How You Conduct Yourself Online And In Person (Video)

Throwing its lot in with the likes of Abercrombie & Fitch, Lululemon has said some fairly inflammatory comments regarding its merchandise being too small for customers. MSN states that rather than ...

#SocialMedia: This Video Will Have You Completely Rethink How You Conduct Yourself Online And In Person (Video)

#Guitar: Future Rock: How to Build Long Lines from Motifs

hops: Intermediate Theory: Intermediate Lesson Overview: • Weave minor pentatonic fragments into larger ideas. • Learn how to connect motifs in a musical way. • Develop a more linear view of the f...

#Guitar: Future Rock: How to Build Long Lines from Motifs

#Photography: Focus Bracketing Technique: Never Miss a Shot

When it comes to photography, the word “bracketing” can mean a lot of things. Essentially, it just refers to the practice of taking the same shot several times using different camera options, but it can be done in so many ways. By making so many different images of the same scene, you can then choose the most successful, or in some cases...

#Photography: Focus Bracketing Technique: Never Miss a Shot

#Photoshop: Is Digital Art Real Art?

I had a conversation with a friend the other day about Digital Art.  He wanted to know if I was going to be taking a mix of all my work (i.e. acrylic paintings) or more of my computer art to my upc...

#Photoshop: Is Digital Art Real Art?

#Musicproduction: How to Create a Limiter in #Reaktor

earn how to create a simple limiter device in Reaktor in less than 15 minutes. Based off of code from the book DAFX, edited by Udo Zölzer. This limiter circuit will allow signals below a specified...

#Musicproduction: How to Create a Limiter in Reaktor

#Photoshop: Create a Mini Planet Using Photoshop's 3D Capabilities

When most people think about Photoshop, they probably don’t think about 3D. What most people don’t realize, however, is that Photoshop CS5 Extended includes some powerful tools to help you render y...

#Photoshop: Create a Mini Planet Using Photoshop's 3D Capabilities

#Guitar: Perfect Intervals: 4th, 5th & the Octave

The distance between two notes is called an Interval. There are twelve notes in the chromatic scale which creates twelve possible intervals…

#Guitar: Perfect Intervals: 4th, 5th & the Octave

#Photography: The Sensitive Side of Newborn Photography

here are many ways you can photograph newborns, but one thing is for certain: it takes a certain amount of finesse to photograph these tiny little creatures that is beyond an ability to operate a ...

#Photography: The Sensitive Side of Newborn Photography

#Photoshop: Video Interview With Erik Johansson

Learn from others. I already published his work here in my blog.
ViennaCC

Swedish photographer and retoucher Erik Johansson is a favorite artist of many in the Photoshop community. His work has been described as a "genetic mix of Dali and Escher" and many artists have come to respect his work for both the quality of its execution...

#Photoshop: Video Interview With Erik Johansson

#Photoshop: What Does a Histogram Tell Us?

Are you new to Photoshop? Have you been trying to teach yourself the basics of Photoshop but have found the amount of educational material available on the net a bit overwhelming? As the world’s #1...

#Photoshop: What Does a Histogram Tell Us?

#Musicproduction: Natural Minor Chord Progressions

Natural minor also works over sequences of chords in a minor key. We might call these natural minor chord progressions, as we can solo over them using the scale….

#Musicproduction: Natural Minor Chord Progressions