In the photography world, we’re pretty familiar with 52-week projects, although some of us have yet to ever start or complete one. Beamused Magazine wanted to encourage all artists to take up a 52-week challenge called an “endless book.” The premise is that artists create one page of their “book” per week, constructing them in such [...]
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I am a huge proponent of the open source platform. Sure, there are two sides to the open source vs. proprietary argument, but it’s still too early in the week to be arguing something that heavy. There are numerous reasons to use open source software for photo editing. Perhaps you prefer the Linux operating system, [...]
You can choose between many camera bags – we assume that you carry your camera at all times and need a bag for it, so a camera bag is a must. The offering is huge – many sizes, colors and shapes: backpacks, belt pouches… There are camera bags that say loud and clear that they contain [...]
With every blogpost, newspaper article, book, magazine or other reading material, there will be editing and proofreading involved. If no proofreading was involved, you would notice. The proofreading stage is done after editing, and before we go to print, or before we publish. It is the exercise conducted
It’s summer, and the 2015-2016 school year will be upon us before we know it. For teachers, this means it’s time to start thinking about next years’ planning, including how to decorate your classroom...
Renting out a vacation property can be a good way of generating some extra income. As it is a second home, you are not going to spend more than a few weeks a year...
Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your hands around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications like Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand. In the following tutorial you will learn to create a desk lamp by using some basic tools, vector shape building techniques, complex gradients, duplicated shapes and some effects. So let’s begin! Final Result Let’s see what you will
Completed by Nurit Leshem in Tel Aviv, Israel, North TLV Home is an attempt to correlate two completely different buildings: “The designer faced the challenge of planning a new house that would harmonize with the old one and create a visual and functional connection between them. An open space was formed between the dwellings, and […]
The wordpress platform is a great web-based app for creating online websites. There exists a ton of good information about
Animated GIF images are one of the most popular image types on the web. The process of making a design and animating it is a different story, but in today’s tutorial I’ll show you how to export an animated GIF. If you are interested I will make a tutorial about the process of making the […]
Shooting splashes is always great fun, even if it’s a simple image with a coffee cup and a falling piece of refined sugar. Plus, there is always so much room for experimentation—in other words, for even more fun! When I made the “Empty Cup” image, many people asked me how I shot it. And I [...]
Shooting splashes is always great fun, even if it’s a simple image with a coffee cup and a falling piece of refined sugar. Plus, there is always so much room for experimentation—in other words, for even more fun!
Yes yes I know, There is another post about expanding a dress” (thanks for remembering), this is however, a totally different…kinda…mostly…it is, you guys. You see that post was about taking what is already a dress and showing how to make it larger and more glorious. The knowledge I’m going to attack you with today is about creating a dress from [...]
If you've been considering a career change, now's a great time to consider becoming a cat. That's because Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar, the creative artists behind Last Lemon, have created a simple and funny guide for 'How To Be A Cat!'