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Friday, February 26, 2016

#Photoshop: Create a dark abstract crow photo manipulation

In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a dark abstract photo manipulation with crows and disintegration effect. You’ll learn how to create this interesting effect in an easy way, add abstract elements, create depth of field and more.

#Photoshop: Create a dark abstract crow photo manipulation

Wing of the party - Parteiflügel

Every political party has a left and a right wing of the party. Like a christmas turkey. But the wings do flutter synchroniously.

Jede Partei hat einen rechten und einen linken Flügel. wie die Weihnachtsgans. Das Problem ist, die flattern absolut nicht synchron.

#Photography: Black and White Photography Tips

It is often believed that good photos are ones with beautiful colors. However, there are other forms of photography such as black and white, monochromatic, infrared etc. There is much more than sim…

#Photography: Black and White Photography Tips

Song of the day: Will you understand what I mean...

Song of the day: Will you understand what I mean, When I tell you I saw you in my dream? http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_say_yes.htm

#Photography: To Ask or Not to Ask in Street Photography?

Photography sometimes confronts one with an almost Shakespearean dilemma; do I ask to take a picture of someone on the street or simply take the photo and move on? To risk rejection and the petty indignity of small-minded people or opt for the safety and anonymity of “shoot and scoot”?

#Photography: To Ask or Not to Ask in Street Photography?

#Photography: How to Use Anchor Colours to Challenge Your Photographic Eye

It is a good thing to break from the norm once in a while, and do something different to challenge your personal photography. Limiting yourself to a few rules could help with this and encourages you to learn something new.
One new thing to try, is to use anchor colours in your photography. An anchor colour could be any colour that does one or more of the following:
  • Dominates the picture
  • Makes the picture interesting
  • Draws the viewer to explore elements in your picture in more depth
  • Emphasizes the subject of your picture
Set yourself a challenge.

#Photography: How to Use Anchor Colours to Challenge Your Photographic Eye