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Sunday, February 16, 2014

#Photoshop: How to Do Skin Retouching in Photoshop

One of the most highly requested and simple photo touch ups requested is for blemish removal on the skin. Whether this is acne, freckles, or just random spots on a person’s skin, there is a powerfu...

#Photoshop: How to Do Skin Retouching in Photoshop

#Writing: Words Spelled with AE

Words with the AE digraph (two letters written together to express one sound) are often misspelled by reversing the letters, for example, writing “Ceasar” for Caesar. Once I had a high school stude...

#Writing: Words Spelled with AE

#Writing: Talking About Young People

Many terms exist to describe children of various ages, all of them having different connotations. The messages of journalists, politicians, merchants, professional educators, and social commentator...

#Writing: Talking About Young People

#Photography: Tips For Photographing Portraits Outside the Studio On Location

Shooting on location can be exciting and fresh, but it can also be a tremendous challenge. Not that studio work is any less tedious, but there is always a heightened element of the unknown when wor...

#Photography: Tips For Photographing Portraits Outside the Studio On Location

#Photography: Landscape Photography Tip

Choose a low ISO settings like ISO25, 50, or 100 to capture maximum detail and minimize noise.

#Photography: Landscape Photography Tip

#Writing: Taken Aback

A reader encountering the expression “taken aback” looked it up in the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, where he found this example of usage: “I was a little taken aback at the directness o...

#Writing: Taken Aback

#Photography: 15 Tips for More Powerful Portraits

15 tips every portrait photographer must know for making more powerful portraits! This is my number one rule. It doesn’t matter if I am photographing a poor boy in Laos or the CEO of a large compan...

#Photography: 15 Tips for More Powerful Portraits

#Photography: Your Complete Guide to Outdoor Photography - Part One

Outdoor photography encompasses a whole host of genres, like:  landscapes, nature, macro, wildlife and even low-light, thus it can be the perfect opportunity to try new techniques and compositions ...

#Photography: Your Complete Guide to Outdoor Photography - Part One

#Photoshop: Design Tips and Inspiration: How to Create a Plate of Delicious Cookies in Photoshop

Start out by creating a new file. Use the following settings; Dimensions: 600×500 px, Resolution: 72dpi, Color Mode RGB color. With the Bucket Tool, fill the document with #181818 color shade. Crea...

#Photoshop: Design Tips and Inspiration: How to Create a Plate of Delicious Cookies in Photoshop

#Photoshop: Design Tips and Inspiration: Crystallized Photo Effect in Photoshop

Open Photoshop and set up a new document. Insert your picture into the canvas to get started. You can also use the picture below to follow through. Go to Filter > Pixelate, and apply CRYSTALLIZED e...

#Photoshop: Design Tips and Inspiration: Crystallized Photo Effect in Photoshop

#Musicproduction: New Recordings Made the Old-Fashioned Way

It started off as a way to put an unusual acquisition to use. In 2010, Alex Steyermark, a director and music supervisor for films, and Lavinia Jones Wright, a music journalist, found a couple of Pr...

#Musicproduction: New Recordings Made the Old-Fashioned Way

#Musicproduction: Making a Heavy NI Massive Sub Bass - Native Instruments #Massive tutorials

This NI Massive sub bass is a heavy-hitting sound that will deliver some serious impact to your beats! Like the other recent sneak peeks we’ve offered up lately, this will show you the bare bones v...

#Musicproduction: Making a Heavy NI Massive Sub Bass - Native Instruments #Massive tutorials