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20 Stimulating Photos from Amateur Photographers

I have always wondered how one separates amateur photography from professional photography, is it experience? Is it the process you go through to get those award winning shots? Is it public recognition? Is it the guy who came to my high school graduation asking me to pay for a picture taken of my back? Professional… Read This »


Inspiration: We will, WeeWillDoodle

I featured January “Jan” Cavan’s dawghousedesignstudio.com in my previous article Inspirations: Cultural themed website designs where I highlighted her web site’s grungy doodle inspired design. In that article I wrote that doodling and doodlers are now gaining momentum in the design community. To expand on that notion I would like to introduce you to a… Read This »


Typographic Portrait Tutorial by Abduzeedo

Typographic Portraits Using type to create portraits is a technique that produces a form of art known as typography. It involves arranging and modifying the type selection, spacing, font size, and the length of the line to be used in the artwork to come up with a desired illustration. Typography is performed by typesetters, compositors,… Read This »


Sharing the love of free iCons

Web designers love iCons, not just because a lot of them are free but also because users appreciate the information they represent. Icons makes visitors want to interact with the website. They rattle on their curiosity creating a form of call to action response. Having worked for a phone development company as a user interface… Read This »


Sharing Desktop Wallpapers is always fun

I think one of my earliest computer skills was changing my desktop wallpaper. Some people may not agree that your desktop wallpaper is more than just an adornment of a laptop or a desktop. It could be your own personal gallery to display your digital artwork or even photographs that you are too proud to… Read This »


Inspiration: Cultural themed website designs

I love browsing online, sometimes I think I’m addicted to it, *flashback – it was the time when there was no internet and I was getting buzzed with channels from cable TV, ahhh those were the days. *Back to the present, as a web designer I spend a lot of time online to search for… Read This »


Basic photography techniques for newbies

Equip yourself The first camera I’ve actually owned was a Yashica FX-3 a manual SLR that I bought from a second hand store a long time ago. I got it real cheap because it was a fixer-upper. Nothing major, mostly aesthetics since it was probably sitting at the super store of cool finds for quite… Read This »


classes temporarily on hold

Thank you for coming, I really wish that I have more to share with you guys, but you will have to wait a little bit longer. I just need some serious time to get things together and then it’s just a matter of posting it here for all of you to enjoy. Meanwhile feel free… Read This »


Nikon D90

Engineered for artistry This is the description header you will find at the web site of www.nikonusa.com – D90 page “Fusing 12.3-megapixel image quality and an exceptional 24fps D-Movie Mode, the Nikon D90 exceeds the demands of passionate photographers.” We recently became a member of the Nikon family when we purchased the Nikon D90, this… Read This »


Bert Monroy a digital photo-realist-artist

If there’s one digital artist today that would really stand out from a line up of the usual suspects I can only think of Bert Monroy, his website describes him as “digital photo-realist artist”. You can see Bert at his weekly show on revision3.com called Pixel Perfect with Bert Monroy where he generously shares with… Read This »

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