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Category Archives: digital content creation
One bromeliad terrarium creates photoshoots for four different types of movies. The shop Bromeliads in Okusawa opened last year. It’s a cute shop selling bromeliads (mainly airplants) and terrarium items such as glass containers, dishes, bits of wood, sand and … Continue reading
I’d been looking for a keyboard to use with my iPhone and my iPad. I’m honestly rubbish with the virtual keyboard. I don’t intend to compose epics but I wanted something to do a quick blog post on the go … Continue reading
I wanted to start of the day with something creative. I used an old illo because I wanted to practice using Sketchbook Pro on my iPad. I used a layers technique like I would on Photoshop but I had to … Continue reading
For today’s edition of Yarn Addiction Thursday, I’m reviewing With StitchSketch LE. You can create your own knit, cross-stitch, beadwork designs, or pixel art on your iPad or iPhone with ease. In the past, if you wanted to design a knitting pattern, … Continue reading
Wondering what to do with that great photo you just took? Check out Wonder Photo Shop in Harajuku. “I have my print, what next?” is an overlooked challenge in photography. The life cycle of a photo tends to be, print … Continue reading
Two months ago I came across a post on io9.com about a Russian photographer who created his own macro rig and shoots snowflakes. The photographer is Alexey Kljatov and his blog is http://chaoticmind75.blogspot.ru/ The io9 post is interesting and chaoticmind75 … Continue reading