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Images on a Whole New Scale

27.07.2015

Images on a Whole New Scale

Taking images to a scale beyond just a large print is something that Wallsauce do every day. From small wall murals for the home to large commercial murals, the bigger and better the image file, the better the results! So when the opportunity arose to use the Fotolia API to access millions of new images, Wallsauce.com jumped […]

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Free Images of the Week: Birds of a Feather

27.07.2015

Free Images of the Week: Birds of a Feather

Feather Three free feather images to flutter your fancy this week available until 11.59pm Sunday, 2nd August. Peacock’s Feathers Two Color Quills   For more feathered images you can find them in this dedicated gallery here.

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DISCOVR: A Truly EPIC Photograph

27.07.2015

DISCOVR: A Truly EPIC Photograph

Nasa’s new deep space satellite DISCOVR (Deep Space Climate Observatory) last week released the first image taken of Earth taken by their Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera, aptly named ‘EPIC’. Majestically detailed in over one million pixel resolution it’s a giant leap for mankind since the first image taken twenty five years ago back in 1990 by Voyager; […]

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Flux: Fotolia Showreel

20.07.2015

Flux: Fotolia Showreel

Sparkles, explosions, chemistry and emotions; Flux showcases the energy and attitude of Fotolia Footage, composed of 1:05 minutes from a selection of our amazingly talented video artists. Want to tell your own story through video? You can discover all the clips used in the showreel in this dedicated gallery here or select your own from Fotolia’s video library […]

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Free Images of the Week: Flavours

20.07.2015

Free Images of the Week: Flavours

Chilli Dehydrate Cook up a creative storm and add some flavour to your designs this week with our three free images, available until 11.59pm, Sunday, July 26th. Fresh Rosemary with Fresh Garlic on Wooden Background Pane Olio e Olive For more images based on the theme of flavours you can find them in this dedicated gallery here. […]

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My Neighbour with Whiskers: Sharing Suburbia with the Local Wildlife

13.07.2015

My Neighbour with Whiskers: Sharing Suburbia with the Local Wildlife

Aside the hazards and possible nuisances of wildlife roaming around suburbia, their presence also brings back an air of the mystical and otherworldliness to our otherwise constructed environment. We have modified the landscape to accommodate our sprawling habitation. Our requisition of land in proximity to natural reserves means we also acquire new neighbours of the […]

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Shooting the Flux- How to Capture Motion in Stills

13.07.2015

Shooting the Flux- How to Capture Motion in Stills

When shooting action photography you need to decide what type of image you are after- one that freezes the action in motion or one that shows the speed of the moment. Your shutterspeed will determine how you achieve both; a fast shutterspeed (1/250) will work for someone running or to capture motion in freeze frame, […]

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Women In Stock- Foregoing the Cliché

13.07.2015

Women In Stock- Foregoing the Cliché

As a stock agency, we are proud to spread powerful and diverse images of women. We want to represent a more diverse range of people, of different ages, ethnicities and body types. Now is your chance to shift perceptions and overturn clichés- because we want to get closer to authentic images and show women who […]

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Emoji’s Come to Life

13.07.2015

Emoji’s Come to Life

The amount of words in the English language, at the time of writing, currently stands at 1,205,109.8 . When this amount is considered it’s becomes even more incredulous that at times, all that you want to say, or the only thing you can think of saying, can be summarised in an emoji. For anyone unfamiliar with […]

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Soft Glow – Gaussian Blur Quick Tip

13.07.2015

Soft Glow – Gaussian Blur Quick Tip

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates a quick Gaussian Blur tip for creating a soft glow in Photoshop Gaussian was a brilliant mathematician and developed an algorithm that works amazingly well for creating blurs. I would be happy to explain the algorithm, however: 1. I don’t really have the space here and […]

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Adobe Inspire by Alberto Seveso

13.07.2015

Adobe Inspire by Alberto Seveso

If you’re active on Behance and follow digital art trends then it’s highly likely you may have come across UK based, Sardinian born Alberto Seveso. Sound familiar? He was also one of the fantastic ten artists Fotolia worked with during Season Two of the TEN Collection, the design and educational initiative whereby selected artists created a […]

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Shedding Tears for Art

13.07.2015

Shedding Tears for Art

Every one is familiar with the individual beauty of a snow flake. But have you ever considered the microscopical construction of tears? In the same way that every snow flake has its own unique elaborate and structure and shape due to the water molecule formation, so to do tears. Tears are composed of a biological […]

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