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Ehab Elbaz

Flash - Flash Tutorials :: Flash Developer dot nl - 0 views

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    This website teaches you how to make moving clouds.
spiridion fernando

cloud animation - 0 views

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    a slow moving cloud in this animation
michael el-bacha

Vintage Clouds Tutorial - 0 views

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    How to great a lens flare!
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    Photoshop tutorials, guides, and instructions., Learn how to make ordinary blue skies look dramatic with a simple and easy color and contrast adjustment.
Carlos Chon

Photoshop Tutorials - Home - 0 views

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    Photoshop tutorials, guides, and instructions., Improve your landscape photography skills with these must-know tips for breathtaking landscape photos. 1. Shoot about 30 minutes before and after sunset. A sunset is a great thing to capture, but even if youre not shooting the sunset but instead shooting at a 90-degree angle to the sunset or even shooting with the sunset at your back, having that subtle light brings out the colors in landscape photos. Most outdoor photography magazines wont even consider shots that havent been shot around this time, as well as before/after sunrise. 2. Shoot about 30 minutes before and after sunrise. As well as before and after sunset, shooting before and after sunrise causes a lot of detail and tone to be seen. The lighting avoids being overexposed, which happens many times when shooting in the middle of the day with harsh light. For portraits, you can shoot in the shade for subtle light even during the middle of the day, but with landscapes, you cant put the entire landscape into the shade. You have to rely on the weather for that. You can shoot a little longer after sunrise if theres some slight cloud cover, but usually an hour or two after sunrise and its already really bright. This is an example of a slightly underexposed landscape photo. Its not shot during the right amount of light, and was shot when the sun was too far down or with too much cloud cover. 3. Have a foreground, middleground, and background. This is part of the rule of thirds, which I cover in the next tip. Make sure you have three elements in landscape shot in order to make it more aesthetically pleasing. For example, if there are some seagulls running on the beach along the shore, that can be the foreground, while the middleground would be the waves crashing and part of the ocean, and the distant ocean and horizon would be the background. 4. Use the rule of thirds. The rule of thirds applies to landscape photography as well. Im
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    A page to help with photo shop skills
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