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11/19/2006 08:50:58 PM · #1
We're looking to get some new content up in the How'd They Do That and Tutorial pages.

As stated inside the links above, we're offering a $5.00 gift certficate to DPCPrints or a 1 month membership renewal per approved write up.

If you are interested, contact us and let us know what you're interested in writing about.

Edit: Note in the future if you're ever setting up an elaborate shoot, remember to take some shots of the setup for a potential How'd They Do That.

Message edited by author 2006-11-19 20:52:21.
11/19/2006 09:01:27 PM · #2
Good time to ask a question. Langdon, I have a few tutorials scattered in the threads, but don't know how to make an html doc to send to you guys. Is there a way I can just point out the threads (with their embedded images / examples)?
11/19/2006 09:06:35 PM · #3
Maybe someone could do a tutorial on how to make tutorials? Only half joking though, I am very bad at html and wouldn't know how to get everything ready.

Message edited by author 2006-11-19 21:07:32.
11/19/2006 09:14:50 PM · #4
That's a smart idea to encourage people to share their "secrets".
Good idea!
11/19/2006 09:28:13 PM · #5
Originally posted by idnic:

I have a few tutorials scattered in the threads, but don't know how to make an html doc to send to you guys. Is there a way I can just point out the threads (with their embedded images / examples)?


Sure, if anyone has anything that would be appropriate for a Tutorial or How'd They Do That posted in the forums, just let us know the thead via the contact us page. We can generally just grab the content right from the thread itself.

Originally posted by jdannels:

Maybe someone could do a tutorial on how to make tutorials? Only half joking though, I am very bad at html and wouldn't know how to get everything ready.


We can accept Word documents or forum threads as stated above. If you've got an HTML editor (Dreamweaver, Visual Studio, etc), you can just use those as well.
11/19/2006 09:29:25 PM · #6
I'd try and do it but.. my photos aren't that exciting so yeah lol
11/19/2006 09:29:35 PM · #7
Originally posted by langdon:

Originally posted by idnic:

I have a few tutorials scattered in the threads, but don't know how to make an html doc to send to you guys. Is there a way I can just point out the threads (with their embedded images / examples)?


Sure, if anyone has anything that would be appropriate for a Tutorial or How'd They Do That posted in the forums, just let us know the thead via the contact us page. We can generally just grab the content right from the thread itself.

Originally posted by jdannels:

Maybe someone could do a tutorial on how to make tutorials? Only half joking though, I am very bad at html and wouldn't know how to get everything ready.


We can accept Word documents or forum threads as stated above. If you've got an HTML editor (Dreamweaver, Visual Studio, etc), you can just use those as well.


Sweet, thanks.
11/19/2006 10:43:35 PM · #8
Originally posted by xXxscarletxXx:

I'd try and do it but.. my photos aren't that exciting so yeah lol


I beg to differ!!
11/19/2006 10:50:59 PM · #9
I am almost finished writing the basic course for Adobe PSCS..so give me time and there should be some for you.
11/19/2006 11:51:20 PM · #10
Ok maybe Ill try one O.o
11/19/2006 11:58:00 PM · #11
please, those who write, mention please the creation of HDR-images.
And also I'd like to hear something about how does Joey Lawrence do that!
11/20/2006 12:30:27 AM · #12
If somebody did an HDR tutorial for photoshop CS2 that would be amazing!

Cheers,

Phil
11/20/2006 12:35:01 AM · #13
Originally posted by junior_z:

... I'd like to hear something about how does Joey Lawrence do that!

Hasn't he posted that in a forum thread somewhere? I believe he has.

In any event there is a video. :D

I just don't have the threads bookmarked. :(

David
11/21/2006 12:10:51 AM · #14
And if you're going to talk about lighting, lets see some of this: //www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/446987
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