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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

#Photoshop: Realistic Makeup Application in Photoshop

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It's true. Women spend a lot of time getting ready. That is because the makeup application process is quite tedious and time-consuming. The physical process of applying makeup involves concealing blemishes and painting the face with rich colors. In many ways, the process mirrors that of digital retouching techniques. In this tutorial, we will explain how to apply makeup digitally using many of the same techniques that women use to apply physical makeup to their own faces.

#Photoshop: Realistic Makeup Application in Photoshop

#Filmproduction: Create Custom Vignettes for Premiere Pro

One of the cool new features of the SpeedGrade and Premiere Pro CC is the ability to save looks in SpeedGrade and use them directly in Premiere. While you can use this for any look you save, it’s p...

#Filmproduction: Create Custom Vignettes for Premiere Pro

#Photoshop: Create a Realistic Underwater Scene in Photoshop

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Underwater scenes can be quite challenging to create in a realistic way. In this tutorial, we will explain how to create an Underwater scene in Photoshop using several stock photographs.

#Photoshop: Create a Realistic Underwater Scene in Photoshop


#Photoshop: Quirky and Creative 2D Illustrations and Concept Art – Design & Illustration

In October, many of our readers are beginning to think about Halloween, a mostly-American holiday where people like to dress up in scary costumes, carve pumpkins, and of course, eat candy. As artis...

#Photoshop: Quirky and Creative 2D Illustrations and Concept Art – Design & Illustration

#Photoshop: How to Use Color Overlay Within the Layer Styles Dialogue

Photoshop layer styles are a popular way to add effects, such as drop shadows and strokes, to layers in a non-destructive way. With the right knowledge and experience, any effect can be achieved. T...

#Photoshop: How to Use Color Overlay Within the Layer Styles Dialogue

#Photography: So you Want to Shoot Landscapes? [Top 12 dPS Landscape articles from 2013]

Landscape photography is always a popular topic here on dPS. Who doesn’t a great mountain scenic image, or a shot of the rolling waves on the ocean? In this, the first of our “Best of 2013” series ...

#Photography: So you Want to Shoot Landscapes? [Top 12 dPS Landscape articles from 2013]

#Photography: Winter Wedding Photography Tips

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When I saw the headlights of a wedding car shining through the thick winter fog the other day, I knew the appointed photographer for that wedding would need some seriously good luck to produce a sa...

#Photography: Winter Wedding Photography Tips

#Photoshop: Create a 3D, Chrome, Logo Animation With Sound FX Using Photoshop CS6 Extended

Photoshop has become a multi-purpose tool that can create some complex animations without the need to purchase additional software. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create and composite a ...

#Photoshop: Create a 3D, Chrome, Logo Animation With Sound FX Using Photoshop CS6 Extended


#Photography: Biking Around London Taking Timelapse Photography

Another shining example of timelapse photography has recently been released, this time from a photographer who spent eight days cycling around London with the sole intent of capturing photographs t...

#Photography: Biking Around London Taking Timelapse Photography


#Musicproduction: Making Notes: Starting Out As A Composer

Want to get into music composition but don't know where to begin? We spoke to Clint Mansell (Requiem for a Dream), George Fenton (The Blue Planet), Jessica Curry (Dear Esther) and Dario Marianelli ...

#Musicproduction: Making Notes: Starting Out As A Composer

#Writing: Indirect Quotations

Colorful, striking direct quotations enliven a news story, but not everything an interview subject says is worth quoting in its entirety. An hour of note-taking might result in a lot of information...

#Writing: Indirect Quotations