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Mastering Brushes in Photoshop

All Photoshop Brushes are based on a flexible, sophisticated system which you can use to customize existing Brushes or to create new ones from scratch. When you select a tool, its corresponding options will become accessible in the upper tool

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Colorizing Black and White Images in Photoshop

A focal trait of Photoshop is the program’s inherent readiness to achieve a desired result in numerous ways. Colorizing and re-colorizing are robust aspects of image editing for which the software gives you a massive set of tools and options,

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Panoramic Photography in Second Life

We’ve found the best method of creating a panoramic scene is not to crop the photo during post processing, but to stretch your Second Life Viewer window by clicking on the Restore Down button so that your viewer is no longer maximized,

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Look at it THIS way: Shooting from Different Angles

 So you ca’t get your camera centered on your model?  Who says you have to?  Pan & Zoom around your model and take snapshots from different angels.  Take shots from above, from below, from each side, and anywhere inbetween. This is a great way

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Focus!: Using Blur to Focus in on Your Subject

With fashion photography we see photographers attempt an on location shoot with a gorgeous background.  Too many times though, the background overshadows the true subject of the photo which is the clothing or the model.  It’s necessary to take the

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Be Color Blind: Black & White Photography Tips

Here are some tips for transforming your SL photos into dramatic black and white works of art! Tip #1: Use contrasting colors If you have a choice for your backgrounds and also for clothing, use contrasting colors.  Yellow clothing on

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