Portrait Photography in Linux - An Extensive Guide

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Right now Windows and Mac dominate the professional photography world. That does not mean though tha...

How to Add Watermarks in batch to Your Photos in Linux - DigiKam

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If you are a photographer who uses watermarks on your photos, you know that adding a watermark by ha...

How to Create A Watermark for Your Photos Using Inkscape

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If you want to be a photographer to make a living, or perhaps as just a side job, chances are you wi...

How to Edit RAW Photos in Linux Using RawTherapee

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After having tried many different RAW editors in Linux, I came to the conclusion that RawTherapee is...

Best Software for Editing RAW photos in Linux

thumbnail If you are a photographer who shoots in RAW, then chances are you have heard of and probably used Adobe Lightroom . If you use Linux however...

Organizing your photos in Linux

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If you do any sort of photography or photo editing, you will need a photo manager to handle all your...

10 Tips for Portrait Photography

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Portrait photography can be a lot of fun. There tends to be some higher expectations when you do por...

Tip of The Day - Backing up files using external media

thumbnail I recently did a post on different options for backing up and storing files online . Even though online storage and backup is wonderful, the...

Tip of The Day - Use Your Email Client To Send and Receive Facebook Messages

thumbnail Something happened this morning that made me super happy. I replied to a message from Facebook using Gmail and it worked! This must be a new...

Tip of The Day - Your Best Options for File Sharing, Backup and Online Storage

thumbnail Today I just signed up for another online file storage website.  http://uploadingit.com . I tend to sign up for as many different file stora...

Getting Familiar with Chrome OS - Google's CR-48

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Chrome OS running on CR-48 Here is an in depth review of Chrome OS on the Google CR-48 computer. The...

Happy Valentines's Day!

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OK. So Valentine's Day is usually not the funnest holiday. Spending many miserable valentine day...

Why I switched from Firefox to Google Chrome (And why I think you should give it a try)

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VS About a month ago I made the switch official. I now use Google chrome as my default browser. I re...

Create a Celebrity Wallpaper using Inkscape - Jimmer Fredette

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With all the hype BYU's Jimmer Fredette has been receiving, I decided to do a celebrity wallpape...

Create a Celebrity Wallpaper using the Gimp - Jimmer Fredette

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Jimmer Fredette has been a Utah celebrity for a while now, but has slowly worked his way into the na...

Jimmer Fredette/BYU Basketball Wallpapers - Free, High Quality

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The Jimmer - You Got Jimmered! BYU Cougars - Jimmer Fredette #32 The Jimmer BYU Basketball - You...

The Best Way to Download Free Textures for your Designs

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Anyone getting into graphic design will eventually start using different textures. I want to feature...

Bacon Candle; Fact of Fiction? How to Make a bacon candle.

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Recently on Lifehacker.com I read this article on making an oil lamp using bacon grease. I did a b...

Fake Depth of Field in Gimp - DOF Explained

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Before Fake DOF After Fake DOF This tutorial will be discussing depth of field and how to create thi...

How to make a DIY Phone Charger Stand using Tennis Balls

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This is a pretty simple project for making a phone charger stand out of tennis balls. It can be used...

Geeky News - Bing copies Google. Just one more reason why I use Google

thumbnail If you want to do a search for something online, you google it. You don't bing it. That just sounds bad (and perhaps inappropriate). Goo...

Make your Designs Better by having better fonts

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One of the simplest ways to improve any design is by having a well designed font. Fontsquirrel.com ...