Waterworks – great feel to this image. Modsecurity and WordPress paper – I haven’t used ModSecurity myself but it seems like something good to know about. Let’s Dance – I love the long exposure flowing crowd! WiFi in an SD card? No more wires or plugging your camera’s flash card […]
Donncha's Saturday Links
Catching up on some links. Cubic Telecom win it@Cork emerging company award. Congrats Pat! Keith says Airtricity have a simple approach to electricity meter reading. Email and text. Sure you could lie, but they have a good notion of how much electricity you use and I’m sure a meter reader […]
Donncha's Tuesday Links
There’s nothing like the laughter of your baby to perk up one’s morning after a bank holiday weekend! WordPress 2.3.1 was released on Friday. The new WordPress MU will be ready soon. Omry has released a new version of WPMU Plugin Commander to make administrating regular WordPress plugins in a […]
Linux Ubuntu Dapper to Edgy – no problem
I upgraded my Ubuntu 6.06 install to the new Edgy soon after it’s release using the simple command gksu “update-manager -c”. Several hours later, and after clicking on a few dialog boxes to update files in /etc/, I’m not running Ubuntu Edgy on my desktop box. Initially I wondered where […]
Cross-Processing in Photoshop
Cross processing is the method by which camera film is developed as if they were slides, or visa versa. Here’s how to do Cross-Processing in Photoshop and create some interesting photos. Must try it myself.
Hue Rotation Using the Gimp
This tutorial explains how to change the palette of an image, and goes over scripting it too! Oooer! Scheme? ugh!
GIMP Tutorial – Arwen Icon
Here’s a very detailed tutorial showing how to create a beautiful avator icon from a photo in the GIMP. Lurvely! Lots more icon stuff in the noldo icons community too!
Lots and lots of tutorials here. Many of them come from Gimp Talk.
Simple Vignetting using The GIMP
Vignetting is usually something to be avoided, but this tutorial shows how it can be effective in creating a stronger image.
GIMP Preview – the why and what of it
A recent thread on the GIMP User mailing list asked about why previews are so small, and why the “main window” preview isn’t available everywhere. Replies were soon forthcoming. It seems that plugins can’t preview their changes in the main window, but built-in tools can. Carol Spears even offered a […]