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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

#Photoshop: Getting Started with Layer Masks - Beginners Tutorial

Much of the power of Photoshop comes from its use of layers, which can best be thought of as transparency over your image. Layers have lots of benefits, like the fact that you can work on your imag…

#Photoshop: Getting Started with Layer Masks - Beginners Tutorial

Sleeping outdoor - Im Freien schlafen

Sleeping outdoor can be very relaxing. A morning wood is a sundial.

Schlafen im Freien kann sehr entspannend sein. Da wird die Morgenlatte zur Sonnenuhr.

Song of the day: If there is a barrier...

Song of the day: If there is a barrier, Wherever coming from http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_lets_do_action.htm

#Photoshop: How to Make Someone Look Older

Usually people want to look younger :-)
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Time is the grand equalizer, youth is fleeting, and beauty fades. As a face ages, it undergoes a predictable pattern. Wrinkles form around the eyes, brow and mouth. The skin darkens, and spots occur. Gravity eventually prevails against cheeks that are not as tight and perky as they used to be. The nose and ears continue to grow long after the rest of the face has stopped. The eyes tend to sink back further into their sockets, and the hair thins, recedes, and gradually turns gray.
Each of these symptoms can be simulated with some Photoshop knowhow. So if you are curious what you or a friend may look like in a few decades, this tutorial will show you how to add years to the face of a portrait.

#Photoshop: How to Make Someone Look Older

#Photoshop: How to Add Graduated Sky Effects

A lot of landscape photographers, using post-processing techniques, would be happy to just drag the exposure, whites and blacks slider to retain details as well as add a bit of contrast to their ph…

#Photoshop: How to Add Graduated Sky Effects