Don’t Be a Wimp with GIMP Tutorials

Posted in Photography, Tutorials1 week ago • Written by 3 Comments

GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation program. It has been distributed as an open source, so therefore, anyone can easily download the software without any donation. It can easily work on different operating systems. It is also available in many languages as well. Are you ready for some awesome GIMP tutorials?

You can use GIMP in a variety of web designing activities such as:

  • Photo retouching
  • Image composition
  • Image authoring

GIMP is packed with plenty of awesome features.

  • It has a customizable interface that allows you to easily customize the view and behavior of the image as you like it.
  • GIMP saves you from other unnecessary details using the clone tool.
  • The hardware of the GIMP includes a unique support for the various input devices.
  • You can change the size, angle, or even the opacity of a brush while you are painting, binding your favorite scripts to buttons.
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Using Adobe Lightroom to Produce Amazing Photos for Your Website

Posted in Photo Effects, Photography, Quick Tips5 months ago • Written by

It may seem unimportant, but for a web designer, the ability to produce good-looking photos using Adobe Lightroom is an edge, particularly in attracting more clients. With the sudden influx of high-resolution and cheaper Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras, photos are now becoming must-haves for websites.

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10 Portfolio Websites that Will Make You Say Wow

Posted in Illustration, Inspiration, Photography, Typography6 months ago • Written by 8 Comments

Why is it necessary to have a portfolio website? Is it a requisite for all designers? Here are 10 portfolio websites that can lead you to the answers.

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10 Easy To Understand Photoshop Tutorials on Lighting Effects

Posted in Illustration, Inspiration, Photo Effects, Photography, Text Effects, Typography7 months ago • Written by 4 Comments

Most designers find Photoshop very versatile. Photoshop tutorials on lighting effects is highly sought after. Although mainly used in photography, this favorite software of designers bridges different kinds of needs, from typography to web design.

Not to exaggerate, Photoshop can supply all your design needs. Today, we will be highlighting a very particular need. This article is directed mainly to graphic designers and photo enthusiasts but could be a very good springboard to web designers too. With lightning effects added in your photos, you will be able to add more dynamism and professionalism in your designs. In short, it would make your awesome website more awesome. How cool is that?

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This World is On Fire: Best Fireworks of 2014

Posted in Inspiration, Photography7 months ago • Written by 4 Comments

It has always been a good tradition to start the new year with a bang. And when we use the words “new”, “year” and “bang” in one sentence, there is only one word that we could ever think of: Fireworks.

Fireworks, as Wikipedia puts it, are a class of explosive pyrotechnic devices that are used in many purposes: aesthetic, cultural or even religious. Often displayed in festivals, New Year celebrations and cultural events, fireworks work in four effects: light, smoke, noise and floating materials. Typically, colors like red, orange, yellow, blue, green, sliver and purple are used in fireworks.

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The Enigmatic Blur: Showcase of 30 Stunning Samples of Bokeh Photography

Posted in Inspiration, Photography2 years ago • Written by 7 Comments

Photographs have the power to evoke strong emotions and convey deep feelings. In fact, photography is a wonderful medium to express both enigma and nostalgia using art as a platform.

“Bokeh”, a Japanese term, is basically used to denote “blur”. Ever seen those photos in which the subject is perfectly visible, but the rest of the photograph is blurred? Remember those scenes in movies in which the actress is walking against a myriad of blurry street lights? Yes, you guessed it right! That’s Bokeh for you!

In this article, we bring to you an assortment of some of the best samples of Bokeh photography from all across the internet. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this visual treat!

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Pinterest for Photographers: Increase Your Photographer’s Mojo

Posted in Inspiration, Photography2 years ago • Written by 5 Comments

Do you know what Pinterest really is? Pinterest is the most rapidly growing social media network. Since March 2010 when its beta version was launched Pinterest has grown to approximately 12 million users. Pinterest is a fantastic, super innovative, and fascinating place to have fun and to find something new. It’s a place where you can lose your mind for hours.

A year ago few people knew about this social network and probably even less of them thought that Pinterest was on the edge of great success. Now millions of people upload, save, comment, vote and repin photos, images and videos every day. And those particular users do business and earn real money on the basis of Pinterest. Photographers can do it even easier than other freelancers because they own the most powerful Pinterest tool: photos.

So if you’re a photographer who’s thinking about creating an account on Pinterest or an ordinary photography geek with a great passion to share your experience with the whole world, then welcome here! We’ll try to tell you some secret tips on how a photographer can gain a success on Pinterest. So let’s start with defining the reason why people use this social network.

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50 Stunning Examples of Infrared Photography for Your Inspiration

Posted in Inspiration, Photography2 years ago • Written by 9 Comments

Infrared photography can generate some truly awesome and splendid photographs. Infrared photography does not vary extensively from normal photography, the only difference in infrared photography is that the image sensor is sensitive to infrared light which lies between the visible and microwave portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Therefore, infrared light sensors allow the camera to catch any light which is not visible to human eye.

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Mastering the Art of Cellphone Photography

Posted in Inspiration, Photography, Quick Tips, Tutorials2 years ago • Written by 13 Comments

Are you a photography enthusiast but do not wish to burn a hole in your pocket by opting for a super-expensive SLR? Or perhaps you like to shoot weird signboards, views from bus windows and other random things — naturally, you wouldn’t want to carry a heavy camera 24/7, would you?

If the above description applies to you, you can probably use a common device that almost everyone has nowadays.

Microwave oven? No.

Television? No.

Air conditioner? Please, no!

Cellphone? YES!

In this article, we take a look at some tips and tricks that can be used to get great pictures out of cellphone cameras.

To begin with, do not expect to create a full-time career using cellphones as your primary camera (just in case you manage to do so, please write a book about it — I’d love to be inspired).

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40 Breathtaking Examples of Infrared Photography

Posted in Inspiration, Photography3 years ago • Written by 11 Comments

There are many types of art photography out there that show a new way of viewing things like infrared photography, micro and macro photography, lomography, light photography, and many others. In this article we will talk about infrared photography, a type of photography that captures the unseen beauty of nature made possible by technology.

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