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Kyle Thompson, 20, barely knew how to use a camera just over a year ago when he first started taking photos. But he has come a long way since embarking on his 365 project, in which he pledged to upload a new photo to Flickr every day for a year.
Express yourself with Cindy Sherman emojis
Well shit, I don’t normally use emojis in my daily life, but I just might start because these fantastic Cindy Sherman-icons by New York-based artist Hyo Hong. “I found iconic connections between her self-portraits and emoticons in terms of various facial expressions from one face,” said Hong. I have to agree, there’s a Cindy Sherman emoticon for every type of feels! You can download the Cindy Sherman-icons for your phone on Hyo Hong’s Tumblr page. via It’s That Nice
Auto Color Correction Options
To enhance your image's lighting, you may wan to try running the Auto Tone, which will brighten your image, and add a some contrast. You can apply the Auto Tone non-destructively by creating a Levels or Curves adjustment layer, then click the 'Auto' button in the properties panel. If you would like more options, Alt-click (Mac:option-click) the 'Auto' button to bring up the 'Auto Color Correction Options', and choose from the different algorithms.