Well ..It was a rainy night and i was studying on my table.Suddenly power cut off.I got a candle and light up it to get off the darkness.Actually the power cut was irritable and i was sitting doing exactly nothing in the candle light.Suddenly the DSLR on my table caught in my eyes and i was left with an idea of trying some shots in the candle light.1st i was trying to get some shots of candle ..But then suddenly the book infront of me,the pen and the specs caught my eyes .I got tried a compostion... continue reading
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When your favorite pen dies, it is indeed a sad day. First you get a hint with inconsistent ink distribution. With a 'scribble check' you then realize it is indeed wearing thin as the trail turns into just a sad indent on the paper. The final check is to open the pen and check the ink thingy. It is at that moment fears turn into reality.The other day, my black gel pen scribbled it's last. It's usually easy to recover from such sadness if an identical replacement is handy, but alas,... continue reading
Has anyone tried this yet?Records while you draw/write with it on paper, then it downloads to the pc. It's so awesome.A shop on ebay sells them new for $50.Logitech io personal digital pen - computertimes.com articleThe simplicity of pen and paper. The -power of your PC. It all comes together with the Logitech io Personal Digital Pen.Now you can manage your handwritten information, improve organization, and make your communication more effective. Even convert handwritten notes to... continue reading
OK, I promised to tell how I use Pen Tool for isolation of objects. Indeed, there are some small tricks which I use in every type of isolation, and I'd like to share them with you.First thing you should remember about Pen Tool is: don't make too many points trying to repeat the contour of the object. It's better to curve the lines in order to get smooth selection without sharp angles.Let's take this example.see hereThe color of the background is very close to the color of the hammer,... continue reading
There seems to be two types of people on Dreamstime illustrators and photographers. Obviously there are some cross over between the two with some photographers having illustrations and visa versa but it is quite rare that someone can do both well.Whats my point, well I get a e-mail once in a while from a photographers asking how I created and image or how to begin illustrating, so I thought I would offer a few hand tips to all of you photographers wanting to steel my business! (LOL)My first... continue reading
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