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iOS8 Editing

We’re super happy to have another post from our guest contributor, Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel. Over to you Eric!

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Terms and Conditions of the competition

Fotolia organized as part of a promotion the contest “Photoshop CC” and provides for subsequent prize available: Ten E-Books “Photoshop CC” by Lesa Snider.

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Kuler Mobile App Explored

Photoshop Guru Eric Reno, aka Tip Squirrel gives his verdict on the web-based app from Adobe, ‘Kuler’.

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The No-nonsense Methodology Behind Hiroki Ogasawara’s Urban Masterpiece

Having won July’s Ten competition, the extremely talented Hiroki Ogasawara agreed to share with us the method he used to create his winning piece.

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How To Create a Double Exposure in Photoshop

Using images taken from Fotolia’s 30 million strong stock image library our friends over at Phlearn have shared with us one of their awesome video tutorials highlighting how to create a double exposure in Photoshop.

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Snapseed: The Lowdown

In this article certified Photoshop expert Eric Renno, aka TipSquirrel takes us through some of the functions of a free mobile app, Snapseed. Over to you Eric:
Snapseed has been around for a while and many readers may remember it as a desktop application produced by Niksoft. Google have since bought Niksoft and have incorporated the Snapseed engine into Google Plus as well as developing the mobile application.

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Spot on!

Our friends at Phlearn, the awesome professional photoshop tutorial site have been using some of Fotolia’s images in their brilliant video tutorials!

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The Cream of Catalan

Following on from Marti Sans Gallardo’s interview we asked him to share a unique recipe from his native land: Catalan Cream, a sweet cream dessert made of milk and egg, scented with cinnamon and lemon, and served with a burnt sugar crunch topping.

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Photoshop: what’s new?

Anyone that’s used the radial blur will love the new Spin Blur. No more guessing where the centre is plus the spin amount can be added on the fly. Again multiple blurs can be added to a single image.

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Photography 411: Orientation and viewpoint

t might seem obvious, which way up to hold your camera, but there’s a lot more to orientation and viewpoint than simply not taking too many pictures of your feet.

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