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Today we have a pair of portrait retouching videos to share with you. If you are new to portrait photography or simply want to find ways to improve your efficiency and effectiveness with retouching, this is the place to be. The first video comes from Adorama TV and photographer Mark Wallace. It's actually a supplement to a video Wallace did in November with Adorama, which you can see here. Th
What brought you here today? What are you hoping to learn, be, become, do, or change by reading Copyblogger? We’ll be asking that question a lot in the coming year, but while we wait (feel free to answer in the comments below — we’d love to hear it), allow us to talk about why we Read More...The post Three Killer Skills Professional Writers Need to Succeed in 2018 appeared first
At GDC 2018 veteran dev Christina Coffin will show you how particle emitting surfaces and shaders can transfer material attributes and other properties to various spawned particle types! ...
At GDC 2017, game industry vet Jason Della Rocca offers advice on everything from leading a team to securing funding to marketing your game and keeping your head straight throughout the whole process. ...
At GDC 2017, game designer Lisa Brown explains how she applied 3D level design skills she'd honed at Insomniac Games to her work as a level designer on Heart Machine's 2D game Hyper Light Drifter.  ...
Level design can be a tricky task, so we tried to improve our skills while getting great advice from some top-notch game developers from across the globe. ...
The gaming industry has taken gambling to another level. Gaming is becoming very competitive since almost everyone is playing. It is, therefore, important to ensure that you are better than others for a chance to hit the jackpot. Establish your favorite game and build your skills on it. As people say, it is possible to […]The post How to sharpen your gambling skills appeared first on ShinyS
By the time I was serious about getting into the world of photography, the "digital revolution" was going full-steam. My first "real camera" was a Nikon D80, and based on what I read online and from other photographer friends, I was firmly swayed to shoot in RAW mode and then explore the world of photo editing software. This has been the norm for me ever since. What's your typical digital pho


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