A Photoshop tutorial step by step guide, on how to create 'Your World' with a reflection using digital images on an abstract background image,
The review of this camera has been written for someone who is looking for a point and shoot camera and who doesn't understand all the technical jargon normally associated with camera reviews. This review tells the reader what this camera is like and how it performs in everyday easy to follow...
Follow my step-by-step tutorial to learn how to add a text or sign to a photo in GIMP 2.8
You can take macro using just a point and shoot digital camera. This hub looks at how to use your camera and show some of the results that I have had with my point and shoot. Stunning photos that you can with a bit of patience you can take too.
A short descriptive series of hubs where I am sharing my experience during my journey through the photography project that I am determined to complete by the end of this year!
In an increasingly digital focused world, print photography is becoming a thing of the past, but is that a good thing? Read on to find out about the problems caused by a digital focused culture.
Macro Photography At Its Best! The art of capturing small insects in full detail can be fun, intriguing, and a great experience to truly understand the life beyond what we can plainly see!
Digital photography has changed the way we take pictures. Now, you can look at it on your camera's LCD screen and you can take as many as you like and store it in your computer and edit it in your leisure time.
I thnk light orbs are fascinating. The fact that they're so illusive, all around one moment and nowhere to be found the next, makes them all the more curious. In looking back at old photos, I see orbs that I never noticed when I took the pictures because I simply wasn't aware of them. They have...
Sepia tone is a type of digital photo in which the picture appears in shades of brown. Before the invention of digital photography, sepia can only be produced in the darkroom, now you can create sepia tone by using your camera's software.