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Water Shadow Text

Posted in photoshop with tags , , , on January 24, 2008 by keronii


Make new canvas with your text in it.

Duplicate the layer.

Choose the first layer (original layer below the copy layer) then rasterize this layer with Layer>Rasterize>Type.

Flip the text in above layer with Edit>Transform>Flip Vertical.

Then arrange the position of that text shadow below the original text.

Now we give this text reflection with some touches:

  • We give gradation effect. Layer>Layer Style>Gradient Overlay. In Blend Mode choose Normal, Opacity: 100, Style: Linear, Scale: 100, Gradation: Black to White, Angle: -90.

  • Then choose Filter>Distort>Ripple with Amount: 150 and Size: Medium.

Self-imaging, a swiftly popular trend in Korean Entertainers

Posted in beauty, blog, celebs, gals, hot, Korean News, photoshop, review with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2008 by keronii

Self-imaging becomes easier than ever. With the super powerful semi-professional digital camera such as Nikon D series or Canon EOS,  we can take beautiful photos by ourself without the help or advice from professionals.

Coz of that, Korean entertainers, who likely adopt new technology, proves their artistic skill by taking their self-portrait or ask some friends for help.

Here is some examples of Ms. Park

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Japan’s No.1 blogger declared to stop her blog

Posted in beauty, blog, cuisine, cute, Google Analytics, hot, maths, photoshop, portal with tags , , on January 19, 2008 by keronii

Famous actress Chinatsu Wakatsuki, age 23, whose weblog boasts over 80 million page views per month, announced an end of her blog yesterday.

Chinatsu Wakatsuki blog

Last month she once implied about her blog’s end and caused a lot of reactions from her readers and media, which ended up to her apology for confusion, but it became real this time. Real reasons to retirement are not actually disclosed on her last post. She wrote it is not her retirement from show business, but only stops blogging “to do something else”.

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