Linda Subandi

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In this tutorial, you're going to learn how to remove people from photos in Photoshop!

In this tutorial, you're going to learn how to remove people from photos in Photoshop!

Pistachio Cupcakes: Bright and cheerful, with a light, sweet, nutty crumb. These Cupcakes come adorned with a rich & creamy, only just sweet topping. The fanciest of cupcakes is yours for the taking.

Pistachio Cupcakes: Bright and cheerful, with a light, sweet, nutty crumb. These Cupcakes come adorned with a rich & creamy, only just sweet topping. The fanciest of cupcakes is yours for the taking.

Food Photography Tips for Beginners

Food Photography Tips for Beginners

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Setup shot #1 for "Flower, Wine, and Glass" and "Oranges Float".  What little I've learned about lighting glass I learned in Kindergarten? No, I learned it from "Lighting Science and Magic". Wonderful book.  Here's are the main issues I had to overcome:  1) Contrast: The sides of the glass need to be separated from the black background. To do that, they need to reflect white light. To do that, they need to "see" white light. To do that, the background has to *just* fill the frame, and the…

Setup shot #1 for "Flower, Wine, and Glass" and "Oranges Float". What little I've learned about lighting glass I learned in Kindergarten? No, I learned it from "Lighting Science and Magic". Wonderful book. Here's are the main issues I had to overcome: 1) Contrast: The sides of the glass need to be separated from the black background. To do that, they need to reflect white light. To do that, they need to "see" white light. To do that, the background has to *just* fill the frame, and the…