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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Today there is 10x more music produced than 10 years ago. Because...

Today there is 10x more music produced than 10 years ago. Because it is so easy. Every PC can be a recording studio. Ok, a lot is crap, but there are many good producers and musicians out there that are worth to be heard. Some have a good songwriting, but the sound is bad. Some have a good voice, but the lyrics are bad. But it's very interesting to listen to what others do.

#Photography: How to Photograph a Cityscape at Night

Cities often look their best at night, but finding the right angle and camera settings can be a challenge if you don’t take the time to plan your shot. In this video, Mark Wallace shows us how to s…

#Photography: How to Photograph a Cityscape at Night


Song of the day: Oh, it's good to come home...

Song of the day: Oh, it's good to come home, After a too long time http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_its_all_behind_me.htm

Song of the day: This should last forever, Forever and a day...

Song of the day: This should last forever, Forever and a day http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_good_as_can_be.htm

#Photoshop: How to Black Out Eyes in Photoshop

Here’s a great Plearn tutorial on how to black out eyes in Photoshop, which could come in handy during the lead up to Halloween. It’s not as simple as just painting the eyes black. You need to actually show the catch lights to make it look legit. Aaron Nace guides you through step-by-step in the above video.

#Photoshop: How to Black Out Eyes in Photoshop


#Photography: Would You Use This Questionable Street Photography Approach?

Here are my street photography works: http://www.pinterest.com/viennacc/street-photography-everyday-life/
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Most photographers find the idea of pointing a camera at a complete stranger intimidating. And using flash for taking pictures of strangers is a complete no-no for most. Even the most experienced o…

#Photography: Would You Use This Questionable Street Photography Approach?