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Photographing scenes with no midtones

Written by admin on Sep 22nd, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Photographing scenes with no midtone regions is tricker than usual as it is prone to incorrect exposure. By the way, midtone is defined as the region of the scene that displays average tonal values. A scene with no midtone will have extreme light and dark areas. Under such a condition, direct meter reading will either lead to under or over exposure....

Oil Rig 3D Model (Download Sale)

Written by admin on Sep 22nd, 2016 | Filed under: Digital Downloads

3D Model of Oil Rig for digital download sale. Model is nicely created with realistic structures. This product contains the Oil Rig Model in both polygonal (mesh) and NURBS formats. Product does not come with material or textures. This product ...

Easy and cheap way to upgrade laptop to SSD

Written by admin on Jul 30th, 2016 | Filed under: Ideas for small and home-based business

Upgrading to an SSD is one of the best way to speed up an aging laptop or PC. Here, we will describe an easy and very cheap way to upgrade the laptop to SSD. Buy Sandisk SSD. They are very cheap and reasonably fast. Get external Sata to USB adapter. Those used as 'sata to usb external hard drive enclosure' are ...

Digital Jewelry Photography Career

Written by admin on Jul 29th, 2016 | Filed under: People on the Job

Digital Jewelry Photography is essential within the field and careers of Jewelry and crystal business. Career scope in the Jewelry photography or design line may require one to know a little bit about digital jewelry photography. There are several types of set-up for digital jewelry photography. The 2 most common ones are: 1. Product Photography styled. The layout and setup for this ...

Paint.NET – a graphic freeware

Written by admin on Jul 23rd, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Paint.Net is a fairly new player in the freeware image editor scene. Unlike GIMP and Photoshop, it is available only on the Windows platform. This is because it needs .NET framework in order to run. This .NET framework is similar in concept to Java Virtual Machine. Paint.NET is designed to be intuitive and easy to understand. Like Photoshop, Photoplus and GIMP, it ...

3D Modeling and Printing Course (in Singapore Asia)

Written by admin on Jul 15th, 2016 | Filed under: Training & Courses

3D printing is also known as a kind of rapid prototyping. These are types of technologies that can automatically create physical models from Computer-Aided Design data. This kind of technology may be one of those things that will propel technological advancement into the next coming industrial revolution. Open source technologies such as Arduino is also changing the face of how powerful technology ...

Graphics Tips -Fyre 3D fractal graphics

Written by admin on Jul 14th, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

OK, this is not a regular graphic program for a photography hobbyist. I added it in here because I felt that it can be of use when making special 3D graphics effects for photography as well as art image composition. Fyre is a fractal generator for Linux and Windows. Fyre produces beautiful and soft fractals that look almost like silk and ...

Digital Black and White Photography

Written by admin on Jul 13th, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Photography is usually a compulsory topic in many a design school. Black and white photography is one of the main photography type learnt. Black and white photography involves creating images without colours. Black and white photos often exude a nostalgic or historic feel. Interestingly, when using lower-end compact cameras, Black and white mode often creates a more pleasing range of tones ...

Landscape Photography Tips

Written by admin on Jul 11th, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Landscape Photography is one of the most popular type of photography. Landscape photos can be awesome imageries to behold. Having such photos on canvas can be quite awe-inspiring. There are some tips for taking landscape photography: 1. Keep the details in focus. For this, use a small aperture size. This will maximize the ...

How to optimize the digital photos for the Web

Written by admin on Jul 11th, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

You have taken the photos using the digital camera. You will like to post it up on the web. If you want to put the digital photos on the web, they must ideally be properly optimized. This is to make sure that they load in the least time possible. You will want the file size to be as small as possible. The ...