Studio1026 yet to resume tutorials

Due to time restraints and other factors, I’m haven’t been able to post additional tutorials as I originally envisioned. I don’t know when I may resume posting tutorials as of right now.

You may follow my other blog, http://squeezebra.wordpress.com where I’ll post about various things every so often.

[Video] Basic Eye Enhancements in GIMP


When taking portraits, one thing that can make or break a photograph is the model’s eyes. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can quickly add a little pop to your model’s eyes.

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Working with Light Leaks & Textures – GIMP

Three Old Buddies at the Poolside Images that are sharp and pristine are wonderful, but sometimes destroying an image can make a photograph more interesting.

In this GIMP tutorial, we will see how to use artificial light leaks and textures to degrade an image.


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Making Objects Float with GIMP

A floating kitchen knife

A floating kitchen knife.

Making objects or people float in mid-air isn’t as hard as it seems. With a little planning and editing, we can produce a believable effect of floating or levitation.  We will create a floating knife in this tutorial. The principles you learn can also be applied to levitating a person or other objects. Lets begin.

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Grand Opening of Studio1026

[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=Welcome&iid=127864″ src=”http://view3.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/127864/man-suit/man-suit.jpg?size=500&imageId=127864″ width=”234″ height=”233″ /] Welcome to the opening of Studio1026! Stay tuned for discussions on photography and great tutorials to enhance your photos. Make sure you follow us via Twitter @Studio1026.

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