Hello there. I am Terry and I am a full-time undergraduate based in Singapore. I take photos, write a blog and design websites.

And no, I'm not a teddy bear.

Tag: Photoshop

Digital Art

Digital Art

Before I start, I would like to pay homage to Aisyah for giving her blog such a fantastic makeover! :mrgreen: Aisyah’s new theme! Aisyah, whose blog is one of my greatest source of inspiraiton for design and layout, has released her new theme, My Scrapbook, on Sunday! Her themes are always a refreshing and very, […]

My first i-(Whatever), going Apple-esque

My first i-(Whatever), going Apple-esque

I got inspired after watching so many iPod commercials! This is one of my favourite: The trick behind creating this Apple-esque poster is just using Photoshop’s handy Quickmask function! Here’s a short tutorial (sorry, no screenshots!). Open the image – Either drag the image into the workspace or go to File > Open… Enter quickmask […]

Photo Touchup Tutorial #1

Photo Touchup Tutorial #1

Cherngyo asked about how can I create the third evening photo in the Evening Photography set, so I’ve took some time to create this tutorial :) I hope you’ll like it! Anyway unlike the previous tutorials, I’m not going to embed full-sized screenshots in this post, but embed thumbnails so you can view them in […]

Evening Photography

Evening Photography

Maybe our love with catch like fire, as it burns through me. Part of the lyrics for the song, Beautiful Love, by The Afters. I just love the chorus part to bits – it reminds me of how the last rays of the sun illuminates the higher atmosphere like a burning torch, tearing through the […]

Rollover Effects Made Easy – with CSS!

Rollover Effects Made Easy – with CSS!

You might have been thinking about using Adobe Flash (in case you didn’t know, Adobe bought Macromedia) to create a .swf file which allows you to display dazzling rollover effects. That’s perfectly fine, but when it comes to faster loading time, simplified effects and crossbrowser compatibility, rollover effects achieved by simple CSS and (X)HTML code […]

HDR Merging & Tweaking Tutorial

HDR Merging & Tweaking Tutorial

Before we start, here are some software pre-requisites – you’ll need Adobe Photoshop and Photomatix to create your own HDR. One thing to note though – the free trial version of Photomatix will embed a watermark in your resultant HDR if your image is larger than 640*480. One workaround is to have your images smaller […]

High Dynamic Range

High Dynamic Range

After stumbling upon a few breath-taking high dynamic range (I’ll call it HDR from now on) photos on flickrâ„¢, I’ve decided to make HDRs myself. Since I use a consumer-grade camera called Pentax Optio S55, where there is no in-built auto-bracketing feature (which helps you to take 3 photos of varying degree of exposure), creating […]

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Hello Easter Egg hunter! You've discovered the magic of the Konami Code!

Yea. You probably know what the Konami code is before getting to this page. So now what? Here is a randomised YouTube video on my favourites list... which includes Rickroll, if you're luck enough to get it.

You are currently watching The Simpsons - Donut Hell. Loving it? You can even watch the video in its full screen glory :)

The Konami Code:
Konami Code sequence