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iOS: Manual is a powerful, well-designed camera app that gives you total control over your photos’ exposure, and with the arrival of iOS 10, Manual 2.0 can now shoot raw DNG photos.
Chrome: One of the best things you can do as a designer is get input from other sources to inspire you. Palettab helps by showing you a new colour and font pairing every time you open a new tab in Chrome.
Reader thdoan submitted this highly customised second screen using Rainmeter. Best of all there’s even a video showing you how it all works. If you like the look, here’s what you’ll need to make your own.
It’s easy to become reliant on plug-ins for simple editing tasks when in reality, a lot of these effects can be accomplished with a little knowledge of Photoshop’s built-in functionality. Take “dynamic contrast” — turns out you can do this yourself with the help of PS’ Unsharp Mask, High Pass filter and blend modes.
If you’re trying to get a unique look on your photos without applying a bunch of unnecessary filters, here’s an advanced technique that can give you a dramatically wide shot with seemingly impossible depth-of-field. Here’s how it works.
The GoPro is many people’s favourite action camera, and it’s easy to understand why. It’s versatile, powerful and sturdy. However, you’ll probably get over the novelty of taking it on a bike ride or an underwater snorkelling session fairly quickly. Don’t waste that money — there are plenty of other creative ways to get even more out of your GoPro.