When it comes to drawing or fine detail photo editing, using a mouse is messy, you need something that gives you more control of your cursor. To get more control, you need a digitizing table and pen. With a digitizing tablet, you have more control over how the cursor moves and even works like traditional pen and paper.
Water splash photography is one the coolest and most elegant types of photography. And it’s not as difficult as you may think. The process is actually quite simple, you just need the right equipment and a little practice to create a simple yet perfect water splash photo.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create tender floral composition using simple vector techniques. Have fun and enjoy our new Adobe Illustrator tutorial!
The Adobe Fireworks CS6 software allows creating some excellent layouts of websites and mobile applications even quicker – there is no need to write any code. Share vector and bitmap images, layouts, 3D graphics and interactive content through tablet devices and smartphones.
Photoshop layer styles you can apply to your text, buttons & images to enhance your designs.
Drawing inspiration from the iconic PANTONE color guide, French artist Pierre David has recreated PANTONE’s classic color palette based on the skin tone of forty different models.
His latest work, titled ‘The Human Pantone’, involves photographing the skin of the different models, and arranging them according to the hues of their skin tone.
Nikon has released the D7000 mid-level digital SLR. Housed in a magnesium alloy body, the feature-rich camera incorporates a 16.2Mp CMOS sensor, faster ‘Expeed 2′-branded processor, 921k dot 3.0″ LCD and can record 1080p24 full HD movies. It features the company’s latest 39-point AF system with 3D tracking and 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor. It will start shipping with the 18-105mm VR kit lens from October 2010 at a retail price of $1499/£1299.99/€1399. We’ve had a pre-production D7000 in the office for long enough for us to prepare an full hands-on preview looking at the camera, its features and where it’ll sit in the range.
I know what you’re thinking: it’s hard to get excited about the traditional Intuos tablets now that Cintiq is on the scene. These days, buying a graphics tablet without a built-in pressure-sensitive LCD display seems about as novel as bringing home a big-screen standard-def TV for your home theater. But with the release of the Intuos4, Wacom proves that its veteran pro tablet line still has some new tricks in it yet: double the pressure sensitivity, a new iPod-style touch wheel interface, and programmable ExpressKey buttons complete with LED labels. All of this makes for better control and less reliance on your keyboard.