Hi. I'm me. I'm studying Ψ in this crazy and great school and I don't plan to overstay.
I love books. I read almost every genre (from the likes of Tahereh Mafi to the likes of Paulo Coelho, Dan Brown and George R. R. Martin). I'm a Killjoy and a Jun.kiefied Hottest.

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worb:

sabrina the teenage witch hired this balding man to play a high school student

worb:

sabrina the teenage witch hired this balding man to play a high school student

photographyweek:

Ombre Danzanti by Michele Tusi
"This was taken at a contemporary dance show by group ‘Muvs’ in Casalmaggiore theatre in northern Italy. I took the shot using a tripod, then later edited the shot in Lightroom."
You can see more of Michele’s photography on Flickr.
Image copyright Michele Tusi and used with permission.
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photographyweek:

Ombre Danzanti by Michele Tusi

"This was taken at a contemporary dance show by group ‘Muvs’ in Casalmaggiore theatre in northern Italy. I took the shot using a tripod, then later edited the shot in Lightroom."

You can see more of Michele’s photography on Flickr.

Image copyright Michele Tusi and used with permission.

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photographyweek:

Rural Landscape by Notley Hawkins
"I took this shot of a barn near Hartsburg in Boone County, Missouri. I chose a low-angle with a f2.8 aperture to blur the foreground, creating the sensation of the barn in a sea of purple."
You can see more of Notley’s photography on his website.
Image copyright Notley Hawkins and used with permission.
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photographyweek:

Rural Landscape by Notley Hawkins

"I took this shot of a barn near Hartsburg in Boone County, Missouri. I chose a low-angle with a f2.8 aperture to blur the foreground, creating the sensation of the barn in a sea of purple."

You can see more of Notley’s photography on his website.

Image copyright Notley Hawkins and used with permission.

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Anonymous asked
Do you know how to cut out an image? I use the polygonal lasso tool but it doesnt come out really nice and I just want to know if theres an easier and more effective way of cutting out images?

jackjohnsn:

actually yes! there’s a much easier way to cut out images than using the polygonal lasso.

  • first off, open up your image onto photoshop. (i’m using psc5) this is the photo i’ll be using.
  • next, click the letter “q” on your keyboard. this creates a mask for your picture. click it once and then click your brush tool. once you’ve clicked your brush tool, paint over your person. the brush tool should come off as red, and it should look like this.
  • paint over the entire person (or whoever/whatever you want to cut out) i like to use a small brush, so that it’s easier to paint over the more difficult spots to paint over. once you’ve finished painting over them, it should look something like this.
  • now all you have to do is click “q” again and it should outline what you’ve painted. it should look like this.

  • now, click delete on your keyboard and voila!

easy right? i hope this was able to help you lovely! if you have any other questions, feel free to come back and ask them!

جو آپکی خاموشی کو نہ سمجھ پائے
وہ آپ کے لفظوں کو بھی نہیں سمجھے گا

Someone who can’t understand the meaning behind your silence will never understand your words either.   (via yung-pikachu)

(Source: lipstick-bullet)

Graphic/painting tutorial

asheathes:

I’ve been getting loads of questions on how I made my Emma and Lana edits so I figured it’s about time to make a tutorial.

We’re essentially going from this (the picture on the left) to what you see on the right

image

The majority of this is hand drawn with a graphics tablet and does require a fair amount of time so if you 

1. Don’t have a graphics tablet
2. Aren’t super familiar with photoshop

I wouldn’t really recommend trying this because it will be fairly difficult.

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Pen Tool Guide/Tutorial

yeahps:

image

So, a lot of people have been asking me how I made this graphic. I got the inspiration from another graphic and the person who made the original one made a tutorial that you can find here. It’s the same idea but I’m going to show you how to make the lines for the hair and outlines on a computer :)

Please like/reblog if this was helpful!

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Pen Tool Guide/Tutorial

yeahps:

image

So, a lot of people have been asking me how I made this graphic. I got the inspiration from another graphic and the person who made the original one made a tutorial that you can find here. It’s the same idea but I’m going to show you how to make the lines for the hair and outlines on a computer :)

Please like/reblog if this was helpful!

Read More