5 Ways to Use a Plastic Bag in Your Photography
Chung Dha demonstrates the different ways that he has used a plastic bag in his photography. It is a quick and cost effective method to influence the flash or protect your camera.
Pixel Art Character Tutorial in Adobe Photoshop CS6
Learning how to draw pixel art in Adobe Photoshop is a fun process as it challenges the artist to focus on a minimalist way of thinking. Check out this tutorial to learn more.
Create Animated Fire in Photoshop
Realistic and impressive animated GIF picture with live fire always attracts views and can decorate your original web pages. This simple tutorial will tell how to create animated fire. It uses an amaz...
Create a Bokeh Brush Effect in Photoshop
A Bokeh Effect in photos is something that can be easily created with an experienced photographer. Bokeh is a method that causes the background to be blurry while keeping the focal point the center of...
The Story Behind the Tank Man Photo at Tiananmen Square
Though the themes within the photograph resonate universally, few people consider just how the image itself came to be.
The Camera Collector: A Look Inside a Passion of a Photographer
Filmmaker Andrea Casanova interviewed a mystery man simply known as “The Camera Collector” in this brief yet fascinating documentary.
Photoshop Tutorial: Put Your Face in a Powerful, Film Noir, Thriller Movie Poster!
Photoshop CC 2017 tutorial showing how to design and create your own powerful, film noir, thriller movie poster with custom, smoke brushes and a photo of yourself.
How Does My Camera Work?
These days, you’d be hard pressed to find a person that doesn’t own some sort of camera. But considering the high number of camera owners globally, very few have a solid grasp concerning the machine’s...
Kit Lens Photography Tips & Tricks
Take a moment to reexamine their kit lenses and discover the creative capabilities that may not be immediately.
What is ISO and Why Should I Care?
Most of us know that one of the keys to great photography is getting the right exposure and that ISO is a vital piece of the equation. But what is ISO, exactly?