7 Tattoo Ideas to Cover Scars

Scars result from many different mishaps in our lives. No matter what has caused your scar, it is likely not to be a feature you want the world to see. Rather than putting makeup on the scar in an attempt to cover it up, why not use a tattoo to permanently cover this mark? Tattoos allow you to express your creative style with the added benefit of covering a scar. You’re free to pick and choose any type of tattoo that suits your taste and your style. The cost of the tattoo is minimal considering the massive advantages it offers to your life. If you’d like to cover your scar with a tattoo, take a look at 7 awesome cover up ideas and choose your favorite. 1. Roses Roses are especially popular with women and they’re certainly beautiful. They’re also easy to use as a cover-up for a scar since … Read more…

How to quikly create a Photo Mosaic for free

What is a Photo Mosaic? A photo mosaic is an image composed from other images, aligned into arrays with a specialized software. Let’s see how to obtain a terrific unique mosaic photo while making use of a collection of photographs. With the help of a mosaic, you can show-cast your photos from a shooting session through a single collage instead of browsing an entire website, for example. Here is what Ian Octoman says about his Photo Mosaic images: “When doing a photoshoot, I tend to take numerous shots (bad habit). But with those extra shots I am able to put together and create a collage mosaic.” The main image must be rectangular, divided into equal sections, as small as you want it to be. The secondary images should be small enough to create a great visual effect, but not so small: someone who is looking at the finished project must be able to … Read more…

Highlight / Shadow Adjustment

The Photoshop function that I tend to use more and more often is Highlight / Shadow Adjustment. You can find the “Highlight / Shadow” effect in the Image -> Adjustments menu. This function is divided in two sections. One section is dedicated to Highlight – here you reveal details on the sky (for example), darken the overexposed areas. Another section is dedicated to Shadows – here you reveal the details from the shadow, darker areas. Depending on the type of photograph, you can have different levels for each adjustment. Be careful that by pushing these effects over the 50% limit, the picture will loose quality: noise and artifacts will appear. Here you have some examples: Ex1: Ex2: Ex3: I usually bring the Radius near to the 50% because otherwise I will get unpleasantly hallows at the edges of the objects in my picture. It sort of looks like a HDR … Read more…

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