Christian Benincasa
I'm current a student at Drexel University in Philadelphia majoring in computer engineering. I'm also an amateur photographer and have been shooting for about 4 years and I love every minute of it! You'll find Christian over at his blog.
  • Photo & Video
    Quick Tip: Cross Processing With PhotoshopPreview
    Cross processing gained popularity in the 1960s, as an effect created by purposefully using the wrong chemicals to process film. There are many variations of cross-processing, but the most recognizable attributes are the darkest parts of a photo becoming blue, with the photo taking on a slight general yellow tint. Cross processing can be reproduced using Photoshop's curves and levels to alter a photo's tone, and in today's Quick Tip we'll be explaining just how to do that!Read More…
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    How to Create Your Own Tilt-Shift Photograph in PhotoshopPreview
    Miniature faking is a great way to spice up an otherwise dull shot. This effect is sometimes referred to as a "tilt-shift effect" because of how the finished product resembles a photograph taken with a tilt-shift lens. In this tutorial we will examine this interesting effect and outline how to achieve it without spending money on a new lens. Read More…