DesignCrowd acquired Worth1000 in 2014 with a view to combining the two communities and creating a new global home for the most creative people on the planet.
DesignCrowd's new community site is getting close to launch and we will be contacting members directly in the coming weeks to provide details about the new site and the transition process including content migration.
Creating a Photoshop Action to perform all those menial and repetitive tasks that you find yourself having to do manually over and over...
Sharpening images with the High Pass Filter.
A simple method for capturing bursting water balloons with minimal equipment.
Make the Light Bright and White!This tutorial discusses the control of lighting and the choice of subjects for high key photography.
How to get your image in focus from front to back
10 easy tips to take your photos to the next level.
There have been comments in the beginner photo section that some entrants are not sure what adjustments they can do in beginner contests. Of course there are the rulesbut who reads them? :P I have been given permission to do some adjustments on a beautiful entry in the recent Fill the Frame 2011 beginner contest. Kafara by Rvannith I have done some exaggerated adjustments for demonstration purposes only. You may use at your own discretion and taste. :D
How to selectively change part of your image to gray-scale, or to negative, using a mask layer.You also learn how to add and edit a mask layer.
Depth of Field is dependant on focal length right? Yes and no! This brief tutorial demonstrates the effect that focal length has on DoF.
Teaches how to remove redeye using layers, not auto fix. Also shows how to remove glare on glasses, and how to fix the light problems caused by bifocal glasses
My experiences shooting my first professional wedding.
In anything visual, good composition is key to grabbing an audience. Here are some different tips and tricks to composition using some examples provided by some of our own Worth1000 masters :)
Written for the total beginner as well as the intermediary photographer this guide covers basic compositional paradigms as well as their underlying implications for a successful compositions. Object placement and implied travel direction is covered as well as basic principles of flow and balance.
Learn the basics of Manual Exposure to help take your photography to the next level.
This tutorial will explain how members wishing to submit to #Photography contests can calculate the points that determine which arenas and contest levels they are eligible to compete in.
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