Photoshop Tutorial: Super-Quick Way to Create a Stipple Portrait!

Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. I’m going to show you how to quickly and easily create the look of an ink stipple effect from photos. Open a photo you’d like to use for this project. It can be color or black and white. You’ll have the best results if there’s a good amount of contrast on your subject. First, go to Image, Mode and click “Grayscale”, even if your photo is black and white. If you see

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How scientists colorize photos of space

This is all the light in the universe that we can see. It’s just a fraction of what’s out there. Most frequencies of light are actually invisible to us. The light we can see appears red at its lowest frequencies and violet at its highest. This is called the “visible spectrum,” and we see it because cells in our eyes called “cones” interpret light reflecting off of objects. We have three different types of cones that are sensitive to long,

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How obsessive artists colorize old photos

You might have seen some of these colorized photos on the internet. Mark Twain, Amelia Earhart, a young Charlie Chaplin. It’s incredible how normal these people look because they’re no longer in black and white. Like they’re someone you could pass by on the street and not someone unreachable or from another time. What I love about these photos is that they show people and moments in history that have never been seen in color — except by those who

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Art Wolfe: “The Art of the Image” | Talks at Google

FEMALE SPEAKER: I’ve been a big fan of Art for many, many years. And a couple years ago, I actually went to his studio in Seattle, Washington, and was able to take a seminar, The Art of Composition. And it really helped change my view of how I look through the viewfinder of the camera. And you’re going to get a taste of that today, which is really exciting. Art is an award-winning photographer. And he’s traveled around the globe.

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What makes photography art? | Flore Zoé | TEDxDenHelder

Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Peter van de Ven This is my work. What I create is me. Ah! Thank you. Man: “It was such a good idea at the time!” Flore Zoé : Yes, getting in here was a lot easier than getting out! (Applause) Thank you. We live in a time when we are bombarded with visual information. Be it for social media, internet, television, advertising, in and outside of our house, images containing a wide variety of subjects

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Landscape Photography – Neil Hadlock Sculpture Hull Marina

Hi everyone welcome to the video the last three morning’s where I live there’s been some lovely weather for us photographers there’s been snow frost freezing fog sunlight and sadly I haven’t been able to get out to take any photos as I didn’t have a camera with me this morning however I brought my camera and there isn’t anything like that now it’s cold it’s about minus 3 it’s a clear sky it’s about 20 minutes to sunrise and

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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Simulate Glitch Art from a Photo (Style #3)

Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. “Glitch Art” is a relatively new art form whose foundation is based mainly on the unexpected results of digital errors known as “glitches”. Glitch Art is now considered to be a legitimate aesthetic of the Digital Age. I created this one using this photo as my source and will show you how to recreate this effect using your own photo. And in my next video, I show you how to make this

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Hirshhorn Eye: Activating Artworks using Machine Vision

– Good afternoon, so I’m Jacob Kim and I’m the webmaster at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. And I primarily work with web and digital projects that interface with on the public engagement side of things. Dan Michaelson is our, do you want to introduce yourself? – I’m an adjunct faculty in the Graphic Design department at the school of art. I teach a couple of the interaction design classes to the grad students there. But I also run

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Art and Empathy

“Empathy” is a word we hear pretty often these days, used to describe our ability to understand the experience of someone else, and in some way share in their feelings or plight. And art can be really good at stimulating empathy. For example, if you look at Francisco Goya’s The Third of May 1808, it’s nearly impossible not to feel for its main subject. A man is pictured at a moment of utter desperation, his last moments. We feel for

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Keep up with Hovering Art Directors | Adobe Creative Cloud

>>Hey Dan, have you got a sec? Uhmmm…yeah Great, because the client is gonna be here really soon. You know I’ve got this amazing ad for the new ginger beer? Uh…. yeah Playful but rough. But also epic but quite modest at the same time. Do you know what I mean? Uhmmm… Great. So what I leave you for about an hour. Is that enough time? Well, it is not finished, but… No clearly. It needs to be more manly.

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