Tag: images

  • One of the World’s Largest Photoshop Images

    The amount of time that it took to put together this art piece, a true feat of digital mastery, is almost unfathomable. How much time? Try 4 whole years! And this was no side project – the artist, Bert Monroy, worked full days on it as if it was his full time job. All that […]

  • Create an Instant Photo Gallery with DropMocks and min.us

    Create an Instant Photo Gallery with DropMocks and min.us

    Sometimes, people like to make things a little more complicated than they need to be. One of those things is creating an online photo gallery. Most people when they want to post their photos online will turn to Flickr, Picasa, or Facebook. There’s nothing wrong with any of them, but sometimes you just need a […]

  • For Your Consideration: Simple Desktop Wallpapers

    In the digital workplace, it is common for the worker to be given a personal computing machine for performing productive work.  As a matter of fact, it is almost guaranteed that if one works in the corporate environment, they will be staring at a company owned monitor being operated by a company owned mouse and […]

  • Dramatic Before and After Aerial Photos of Japan

    The New York Times recently created an amazing mashup using before-and-after aerial photos of the destruction in Japan. The article contains over a dozen images taken from regions in Japan that were impacted by the recent earthquakes and tsunamis. These images are interactive, so grab the blue slider in center to switch between the two […]

  • How to Scale Images While Retaining Aspect Ratio in Paint.NET

    Paint.NET is one of the best applications for editing images in Windows, and can do almost every standard task you’d do in the infinitely-more-expensive Photoshop. The best part? It is completely free. The only downside is that it’s a little trickier to do standard tasks, so in this guide I’ll show you how to resize images […]

  • Tag Your Friends’ Faces in Picasa for Easy Photo Organization

    Picasa is a free application from Google that lets you easily edit and manage your entire photo collection.  Picasa offers many useful features like geotagging, web albums, and powerful-yet-simple photo editing (I love the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button). One problem with large photo collections is that it can become extremely difficult to find pictures of […]

  • Google Chrome: Quickly View Larger Facebook Pictures with Facebook Photo Zoom

    Lately, I’ve realized how little I like clicking on things.  When opening programs, I’d rather type a command with my keyboard than open my Start menu.  If I need to open a file in a folder, I type the first few letters of its name and press the enter key.  So when I’m on Facebook, […]

  • Turn Your Digital Media into Web Video with Stupeflix Studio

    French startup Stupeflix has just launched Stupeflix Studio which aims to turn your digital media into something more meaningful.  Stupeflix Studio lets you easily create web videos from your own pictures and videos to showcase your digital artwork, create scrapbooks, or send personal video greetings. To get started, create a free account and you’ll be […]