All Posts in Tuts+

  • Photo & Video
    How to Shoot and Post-Process Professional HDR Photos in One DayPhotography
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    In this tutorial you will learn the simple secrets of crafting a shoot sequence for HDR and creating professional quality HDR images in both Photomatix and Photoshop (depending on your weapon of choice). Not only will you learn an efficient workflow, but you'll also learn the theory behind Dynamic Range. This lesson is taught by Peter Tellone, a professional photographer specializing in HDR landscapes.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    What Is Phototuts+?200 whatis
    Phototuts+ joins Psdtuts+, Vectortuts+, Audiotuts+, Aetuts+, Flashtuts+, Cgtuts+ and Nettuts+ as Envato’s newest Tuts+ site. It’s all about quality photography (both digital and film), post-processing and lighting tutorials. Whether you're just getting into photography or you're a seasoned pro, we've got you covered! Keep reading to learn a little bit more about the new editor of Phototuts+ and what we’ll be offering on the site.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    Tell Us What You Want!200 feedback
    Phototuts+ is a brand new site, meaning now is the best time to have your say on what you’d like to see here. Whether you’re dying to learn to learn how to take professional looking digital or film photographs, how to post-process your photos like a master, or how to set up clever lighting rigs and stretch your equipment to its limits, we'd like to hear from you! And you can suggest not just particular topics, but feedback on how you think the site should operate, site suggestions any other ideas you wish to share with the editorial team.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    Qflash Academy lessons for TRIO / PILOT / Qflash 5d-RQflash prev
    A series of great free video tutorials with professional photographer Rick Ferro on using several popular Quantum Instruments products.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    Ben's Free Guide: Where's My Stuff? CS4Mystuffprev
    Ben's free guide tells you what happened to many of the features that were available in the previous version of Photoshop. This document is designed to help you make the transition from CS3 to CS4 by indicating what’s happened to many of the features that were available in the previous version of Photoshop. It was adapted from Ben Willmore’s new Photoshop CS4: Up to Speed book, which covers every change made in Photoshop CS4 and nothing else. We hope this will ease your transition to Photoshop CS4.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    100 Artworks From the Top Digital Artists in the USA & CanadaPreview
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    Last time we scoured South America (and, strangely, Mexico!) for the best Photoshop talent going around. This week we're turning to the USA and Canada to uncover 20 of the top digital artists on the continent. Is your country or city represented?Read More…
  • Code
    CodeIgniter From Scratch: Day 4 - Newsletter SignupCodeigniter
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    Continuing on from Day 3, we'll expand our little application into a simple newsletter signup form. This will allow us to taker a closer look at both the email and the form_validation classes. Learn it all in this 30 minute screencast. Read More…
  • Code
    Easily Implement a Live Search EffectCode
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    The live search effect is no novelty in desktop apps. In Mac OS X or Windows Vista/7, just type a few letters in a search box, almost instantly you get the search result on the fly. Having to hit the submit button is becoming old school.Read More…
  • Code
    Prepare a Network Ready Banner Ad in FlashPreview
    When designing Flash ads for deployment over an ad network it's required for the ad to have tracking capabilities embedded within it. This is accomplished through proper use of the ClickTAG ActionScript statement. ClickTAG will determine the behavior of the ad when the user interacts with it. It will also allow the ad network to track the ad, the number of impressions delivered and the click-through rate. In this tutorial we'll learn how to create a Flash ad for deployment. Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create the JibJab EffectThumb
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    Learn how to turn yourself into a cartoony looking animation. If you have a client that wants something funny or if you're just bored and need something to do with your friends, this is a simple tutorial that will generate some extremely entertaining results!Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    How to Export 3d Camera Data from Cinema 4D into After Effects - Day 1Preview image
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    When it comes to motion graphics, exporting camera data from a 3D program to a 2D compositing program is one of the most important techniques you could know. In this tutorial, you will learn the basics behind getting Cinema 4D and After Effects to talk to one another, including using exporting tags, using the camera data in After Effects within 3D layers and effects, and how to set up and tweak your render for the best results. Read More…
  • Code
    An Interview With Alex BugaAlexbuga avatar
    Alex Buga - Web Design Superstar, as he likes to call himself. A man with passion for design, creative direction, photography, music and much more. His current position is as the Creative Director of a creative agency based in Bucharest. He's a guy you will absolutely want to meet in person after you read this Interview. Let's see why!. Read More…