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Jul 14

Removing Dots From Black & White Photos : Photoshop Tricks & Tips

Movie Score: five / 5


29
Jun 14

Amazing photoshop tricks photo editing in 30 seconds photoshop cs6 compatible

Video clip Score: 4 / 5


20
Jun 14

Photography competition showcases local talent

Scott Wetzel was at the perfect position at the perfect time when a lightning storm hit Harker Heights. Scott, 29, was one of the winners of 2nd annual Sights in Heights photography competition. He told that lightning strikes are quite random and no two are the same. He spent around one hour spotting the storm and he had to position his camera just right.
Five year old Jordyn Nickison was the 2nd winner. She got the top position in fourteen and under age division for her snap Bonnet Love. Jordyn added that she took it all by herself with her mothers camera. She took a snap of the Blue Bonnets because they are her favorite flower.
Danielle Nickison, Jordyns mother, also gave two entries. She was just more than happy when she came to know that her daughters photo had won. She added that her daughter always sees her taking snaps. Therefore she totes around her camera with her wherever she goes.
Over two hundred and fifty votes were submitted for the competition. David Mitchell, the city Manager told that they had some great entries come in and the judging was not very easy.
The photo champs got an engraved photo frame with their winning snap and also a recognition in Spring Recreation Guide 2015.
Activities specialist Sarah Mylcraine told that the aim of this competition was to get people out to their parks and recreation events to showcase the best of what the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department has to offer.

Scott Wetzel was at the perfect position at the perfect time when a lightning storm hit Harker Heights. Scott, 29, was one of the winners of 2nd annual Sights in Heights photography competition. He told that lightning strikes are quite random and no two are the same. He spent around one hour spotting the storm and he had to position his camera just right.

Five year old Jordyn Nickison was the 2nd winner. She got the top position in fourteen and under age division for her snap Bonnet Love. Jordyn added that she took it all by herself with her mothers camera. She took a snap of the Blue Bonnets because they are her favorite flower.

Danielle Nickison, Jordyns mother, also gave two entries. She was just more than happy when she came to know that her daughters photo had won. She added that her daughter always sees her taking snaps. Therefore she totes around her camera with her wherever she goes.

Over two hundred and fifty votes were submitted for the competition. David Mitchell, the city Manager told that they had some great entries come in and the judging was not very easy.

The photo champs got an engraved photo frame with their winning snap and also a recognition in Spring Recreation Guide 2015.

Activities specialist Sarah Mylcraine told that the aim of this competition was to get people out to their parks and recreation events to showcase the best of what the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department has to offer.


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Jun 14

Photoshop tips 1 – redigere portrett bilde

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04
May 14

Photoshop Tips – skapa bilder för utskrift (del 1b)

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05
Apr 14

Photoshop Tips Part 1

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11
Mar 14

Brandt’s wildlife photography exhibit in Jackson Hole

The snaps of African wildlife clicked by Nick Brandt create a strikingly intimate link with the wild animals he takes pictures. National Museum of Wildlife Art based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming opens the exhibit named “Elegy: The African Photography of Nick Brandt, 2001 – 2008″ on 18th January, 2014, offering a selection of these animal snaps which capture Nick’s individualized view of species within the context of their environment. The exhibit would be on display in King Gallery throughout Jackson Hole’s ski season and it would end on 20th April, 2014.

Photographer Nick, who once was a high profile music videos maker, fell in love with Africa while he was directing the music video for Earth Song in 1996. He acquired an unconventional white and black fine art advance to wildlife photography which uses a medium format camera as well as a portrait or wide angle instead of a telephoto lens.

Recently, in an interview with a leading magazine, Nick told that he never planned to be a photographer, but he had always wanted to somehow capture his passion for animals visually, and it was only when he visited East Africa that he realized that there was a way to achieve this through photography, and in a way very personal to him.

He added that he wanted his images to achieve two things in this regard – to be an elegy to a world that is tragically vanishing, to make people see what beauty is disappearing. And, also, to attempt and show that animals are sentient creatures that are equally as worthy of life as humans.


08
Mar 14

My Photography & Adobe Photoshop Tips & Tricks Episode 16 – Photoshop & Illustrator Together

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