Photoshop tutorial showing you how to use the Content-Aware Fill. You’ll also learn an advanced method to use when Content-Aware Fill doesn’t work. ► Subscribe to My Channel Here: ⚡Content-Aware Scale Play List If you have any questions, please leave them below or head over to this tutorial’s page on our website: ➜
In 1867, the photographer Timothy O’Sullivan explored and documented the American West as part of the federal-funded Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel. His photographs, among others, were disseminated widely throughout the United States, and for the first time, ordinary citizens experienced the breathtaking beauty of these wild, pristine landscapes. Many packed up and took
[embedded content] NASA has a new project that turns space photos into sounds. Using sonification, images obtained from telescopes are turned into “music” that sounds like what you’d hear when your operating system boots up. The creative project is being carried out by scientists at NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory. “Telescopes give us a chance to
[embedded content] Armed with her Rolleiflex, a roll of TRI-X 400 (or Ektachrome) film stock, and her bold character, the late Vivian Maier made herself legendary with her dramatic street photography. Her street portraiture in particular is riveting thanks to the expressions on her subjects. As Frederik Trovatten puts it in this 13-minute video, “she
In this tutorial, you will learn how to sharpen images in Photoshop. ► Subscribe to My Channel Here: When sharpening photos in Photoshop, it is important to understand that the sharpening adjustments that we apply do not add any new detail to the photo. In Photoshop, we can only create the illusion of sharpness
When Ansel Adams released his early photographs of Yosemite, he stunned the world with his sharp-as-a-tack focus. To the surprise of audience members, the faraway mountains in his pictures were just as crisp as the rocks at his feet. Back in the 1930s, he’d done something as radical as it was simple: he used a
Here’s an eye-opening satellite photo captured by NASA showing the wildfires and smoke “dominating” the landscape of the western United States. NASA’s Aqua captured the visible (left) and infrared (right) images on September 29th. The visible imagery shows the widespread smoke blanketing much of California, while the infrared imagery shows heat from the wildfires as