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Sunday, January 5, 2014

#Musicproduction: Produce rock/ steel - file guitar and gadgets in FL Studio

Video tutorial. BTW: I work with FruityLoops too.
ViennaCC

I’ll convey easy methods to produce your song into FL Studio in hello high quality. Phase 1: File guitar or any instrument.

#Musicproduction: Produce rock/ steel - file guitar and gadgets in FL Studio

#Photography: How To Buy A Lens

I'd also like to receive the Digital Photo eNewsletter How To Buy A Lens Five questions to ask to be sure your next lens is the perfect purchase for you This Article Features Photo Zoom A photograp...

#Photography: How To Buy A Lens

#Musicproduction: Make Massive Sound Like A Mini Moog

Play the legend…
ViennaCC

Tired of cold digital sounds? Warm up Massive by adding some analog character and learn how to make Massive sound like a Mini Moog in just a few minutes

#Musicproduction: Make Massive Sound Like A Mini Moog


#Photography: 27 Amazing Macro Snowflake Images Shot with a DIY Camera Set Up

These amazing Snowflake images by photographer Alexey Kljatov have caught our eye in the last week. What particularly impressed us at dPS HQ was the way Alexey shoots the images using a system that...

#Photography: 27 Amazing Macro Snowflake Images Shot with a DIY Camera Set Up

#Photoshop: Create a 3D Soda Can Using Actions

Actions are a powerful tool in Photoshop. They can be used to automate all sorts of tasks. In this tutorial we will explain how to use actions to create a 3D soda can. Let's get started! The video ...

#Photoshop: Create a 3D Soda Can Using Actions

#Photoshop: Create a 3D Typographic Illustration

Modern artists often use more than one application to create their work. This often means working outside of Photoshop much of the time. In this tutorial, João Oliveira will create a 3D typographic...

#Photoshop: Create a 3D Typographic Illustration

#Photoshop: New Brush Features in Photoshop CS6

The Brush Panel in Photoshop CS6 includes plenty of new features. In this episode of our Introduction to Photoshop CS6 series we will explain how to work with Live Pen Tilt Preview, Brush Projectio...

#Photoshop: New Brush Features in Photoshop CS6

#Photoshop: Tip: How to Get a Background to Go to Pure White

While many photographers sit there and boast about the one light technique (and don’t get us wrong, it’s beautiful) there are times where you’ll want to have a totally white background. And what you’ll need to know is that a one light method can’t do it. No matter how hard you try, no combination of ISO, shutter speed, or aperture will add light to a place where there wasn’t light before–and that’s the key.

#Photoshop: Tip: How to Get a Background to Go to Pure White

#Photoshop: Using Photoshop’s Color Look Up Tables

Color Look Up Adjustment Layers offer efficient options for altering an image
Have you heard about Color Look Up Tables? They're a fairly recent addition to the photographic workflow, having been added to Photoshop in version CS6. But the premise behind color look up tables...

#Photoshop: Using Photoshop’s Color Look Up Tables

#Photography: Useful Photography Tip #76: Learn to Read the Contrast of a Scene Just by Looking at It

While leading a photo walk the other day, I was trying to teach folks that photography is a lot more than just composition, looking at a scene, and being captivated by it. Instead, it’s also about absorbing the scene and trying to figure out how you can capture all the details of the scene in a single shot.

#Photography: Useful Photography Tip #76: Learn to Read the Contrast of a Scene Just by Looking at It

#Guitar: Finger Exercise in a Bottle

Exercising on a Police-song, that's the message
ViennaCC

Here’s a great tune by the Police that is bound to get stuck in your head. Message in a Bottle. The cool thing about practicing this song is the challenging main riff which involves playing two joined stretches of a perfect fifth. This techniques creates a Sus 2 voicing that has an amazingly resonant sound. Sus (suspended) chords...

#Guitar: Finger Exercise in a Bottle

#Guitar: Famous Guitarists And Their Guitars, Part 2

It's nearly impossible to imagine certain legendary players without the instruments that have forever been an extension of their bodies. On posters and album covers alike, you'd always see a set of...

#Guitar: Famous Guitarists And Their Guitars, Part 2