Painted Sky Landscape

August 1, 2010

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Beach Waves

August 1, 2010

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Tree landscape

August 1, 2010

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3D Photo Effect

August 1, 2010

How to create a 3D photo effect.

Step 1: Find a suitable photograph from which to create this effect. Some tips when picking a photograph include a distinguishable background and an area within the photograph that extrudes beyond the normal outline of the photo. In my example, the dog’s leg makes this photograph a perfect candidate for this technique. Note, that this photograph is image #0520011 from Photospin.com. You can download a low resolution comp to follow along with this tutorial from their website.

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How to make macro photos

August 1, 2010

How to make macro photos

Close-up photography, or macro photography as it is sometimes incorrectly called, is a genre of photography that many want to try as they learn digital photography. One of the first accessories I bought when I started out in photography was a set of closeup filters. Close-up photography can be very expensive but there is a way of starting on a budget.

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Background Removal

August 1, 2010

Background Removal

Remove the background from an image using the extract tool.

1. To begin, find the image with an object you would like to stand out by removing the background.

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Creating a RSS Icon in Illustrator

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This tutorial covers the process of creating your own customised vector RSS icon in Illustrator. Since it is in vector format, its size can be scaled up and down for future use.

The diagram given below shows the structure of the elements that makes up the icon. Illustrator works in layers. Multiple objects can also be stacked on top of one another within a single layer. By using ‘CTRL/CMD + [‘ and ‘CTRL/CMD + ]’ you can alter the stacking order of a selected object. Not only that, by pressing ‘CTRL/CMD + SHIFT + [‘ and ‘CTRL/CMD + SHIFT + ]’ you can send an object to the bottom and top of the stack respectively.

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