Gallery may refer to: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallery]
"Beauty retouching is probably one of the most popular application areas in which Adobe Photoshop is used extensively. There are two simple reasons for that. First, Photoshop offers a variety of advanced tools to smooth out skin and hair, optimize body proportions and emphasize some beautiful details. And second, if you have some experience with Photoshop it is easy to learn the basics and quickly produce very impressive and beautiful results.
Of course, beauty-retouching is a quite deceptive art. The masters of Photoshop create illusions which are hard to tell apart — unless you have both a genuine photo and the final result in Photoshop and can directly compare them. In fact, every day we consume perfectly retouched stars and models online and offline which just look different in the real life."
View the 70 tutorials at http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/07/15/70-beauty-retouching-photoshop-tutorials/
2 weeks ago, a post on Google's official blog announced a project that allows users to step inside the private world of its data centers. For the first time, the company's impressive efficiency records and green ethos have been given a face in the form of the stunning photographs by Connie Zhou and the Street View-able hallways of the Lenoir facility in North Carolina...
I am in the process of moving my gallery from gallery2 to smugmug.com
This has some advantages,
Anyway, I have 14 days to test this new gallery. In between, you can enjoy it as well and report me any issues you may encounter.
Browse my gallery by keyword http://cedricwalter.smugmug.com/keyword/
Ive tried Flickr.com but was not happy with their user interface...
This extension for Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.0 allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa, Gallery2/Gallery3 and YouTube or any RSS feed in any article.
To update your extension, either download the latest extension packages from the download section of cedphotofeed or update via the Joomla Extensions Update interface.
You can visit also the blog of cedPhotofeed for joomla
A small module, highly customizable to display a badge of your Smugmug galleries (up to 4 galleries are randomly supported). This extension has been submitted to the JED (Joomla! extensions) and can be found also under the category photo-channels.
The extension has been converted successfully to Joomla! 1.6
Photofeed can inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed in any article.
Now with Photofeed you can put in an article the following
and here is the result
Tracker for new features and bugs at http://jira.waltercedric.com/jira/browse/PHOTOFEED
BUG Button in the backend was always working properly while when being logged in the the frontend of the site, It was returning an error 404.
PhotoFEED is a small content plugin for Joomla! 1.5 that allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed in any article.
You can see it running here in my Demo site.
NEW: use /media directory for resources
NEW: online documentation in administrator panel
NEW: plugin log data in debug mode at /logs/plg.photofeed.log.php you cant point a browser to it, use FTP/SCP/Plesk/Cpanel to read this file.
NEW: demo mode
A small Joomla! extension (plugins), highly customizable to display picture randomly from your SmugMug gallery.This plugins displays Smugmug photos using shadowbox.
Any improvements, ideas are welcome, use the forum board
Here are some screen shots output
A small module, highly customizable to display a badge of your Smugmug galleries (up to 4 galleries are randomly supported).
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