Archive for the ‘Tutorials’ Category
I discovered this article on National Geographic where you may pick up some tips on macro photography. Some excellent examples of macro photography as well submitted to Your Shot by subscribers and all are available as wallpapers.
Bob Nolan is an American realist artist who lives near Pittsburgh, PA with his wife, two teenagers, and a small menagerie of animals. Bob’s passion is Realism, especially close up, with lots of detail. Each painting is a labor of love, and can take from 20 to 75 hours to complete. He has been working
A collection of tutorials using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator where mother nature is the inspiration.
I discovered this great tutorial on the Computer Arts Website by Doug Alves using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
As a wildlife/nature artist and photographer who is lucky enough to own a macro lense, I have been intrigued by the stunning photographs I have seen of dew drops containing images inside the drops of what is behind them, otherwise known as Dewdrop Flower Refraction.