These video tutorials are an introduction to the workspace area. As one gains more experience with using Photoshop they will become aware that there is often more than one way in order to achieve a task. To make use of the extensive editing and design capabilities of Photoshop, you must first learn to navigate the … Continue reading Photoshop – getting to know the work area
I found this delightful picture in the most recent edition of the UK Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine. This Husky has different coloured eyes caused by a condition called Heterochromia. Heterochromia results due to uneven melanin distribution and inbreeding. Melanin is what gives colours to the irises. It so happens that many puppies have the almond-shaped pale … Continue reading Husky Hero Image
Ansel Adams Born February 20, 1902 Known for Photography Ansel Adams was one of the great photographers of the 20th century. Ansel Adams was born in San Francisco, and he began to take photographs in the High Sierra and Yosemite National Park, with which much of his name is permanently associated, he became a professional … Continue reading Ansel Adams – attention to detail is everything
I was reading the Weekend Australian this morning and I noticed this fantastic photo of a smiling husky. If its grin was any bigger the ice would crack.
Photography has become a key feature in web design. The quality of the photography can make or break the design. Good quality photography engages visitors bringing them in and encouraging them to stay on the site longer. It is essential if you want to look professional and create a great experience for the user. Quality … Continue reading Photography in web design.
Aerial photography platform SkyPixel received 27,000 entries to its 2016 competition. Here are the winning shots plus some of our favourites. Dam near perfect. Second prize in the same category was of the Huia Dam in Auckland, New Zealand. Source: Above And Beyond: The World’s Best Drone Photography 2016 Winners
Black and White Street Photography It’s classic and it sets the style of a former time, black and white street photography brings up powerful images that sometimes have that status because of the lack of color. The mono tones tell us something different about the scene, leaving other things to the imagination, things we may … Continue reading Get into Black and White Street Photography – Tips & Tutorials
Yep, a Telephoto Lens for Landscape Photography! When photographers encounter the dreaded creative rut , it is often accompanied by feelings of panic or despair and an overwhelming drive to climb out of the merciless void that seems to have gobbled up all your creative energy. Source: Something Different: Using a Telephoto Lens for Landscape … Continue reading Something Different: Using a Telephoto Lens for Landscape Photography
In a sense, photographs and illustrations often serve as ambassadors to your brand. In any design project, high-quality images are a necessity to help get your message across. That’s why having a trusted source for images is so important. Source: Depositphotos Offers Compelling, Affordable Stock Photography for Your Design Projects
Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort Series AoiroStudio Jan 24, 2017 We would like to share the work from Jeanette Hägglund and her series called: Too Close for Comfort . It’s a stunning take of digital photography with architecture where there’s a style and tone expressed by Jeanette. Source: Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort … Continue reading Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort Series