The saying “less is more” applies to photography just as much as everything else in life. Neutral background images can be great for situations where you want to create visual interest, but don’t want the photo in question to steal the party. This is why ocean images are so popular in business communication. But look closely and you will see that neutral images are far from bland. In fact, they are often interesting enough to stand as works of art on their own. Browse any art museum and you will see neutral-looking works everywhere. With that in mind we encourage you to revisit any preconceptions about the meaning of “neutral” and browse our compilation below with an open mind.
Geometric patterns have long been favored in architecture not just for their innate attractiveness, but also their structural properties. Most geometric patterns are made up of repeated triangles or rhombuses. Occasionally you will see many-sided polygens or circles. Originally championed in Islamic art, geometric patterns aren’t hard to find in modern architcture. From vast steel structures to endless glass patterns, we hope you enjoy the following compliation of geometric patterns from the Wunderstock image library. Many are also suitable for use as desktop background or smartphone wallpaper.
You are probably aware that you can do different photo manipulation techniques in Photoshop (such as flipping an image). But have you ever thought about doing the same process in Microsoft Word? Although Word is fairly limited in its photo-editing potential, there are a couple of lesser-known features you can use to create a stunning mirror image effect without the need to download other apps.
We think every photo submitted at Wunderstock is wonderful, but we can’t always accept everything. This usually happens when a photo does not meet our technical or editorial requirements. Common Technical Issues The photo is out of focus or blurry The image is overexposed or underexposed The image has noise or visual defects when viewed at
Photoshop is a powerful image editing tool known for its advanced features, not its ease of use. It’s no wonder than that many new users have trouble figuring out how to perform basic tasks like flipping images. This guide will show you exactly how to flip an image in Photoshop. Don’t worry– you aren’t the only
If you’re doing any serious editing in Photoshop, at some point you will want to zoom in to get a closer look at things. This is especially true when using the clone and heal tools. Whether you’re using Photoshop CC 2020, Photoshop CC 2018, or any other version of Photoshop, the steps are the same. Here’s
If you’ve used Photoshop for any amount of time, you’ve probably encountered the dreaded “scratch disk is full“ error at least once. This error can even stop you from opening the app and occurs in all versions of Photoshop on both Windows and Mac. It’s frequently encountered when increasing image resolution in Photoshop or trying
We know more than a few entrepreneurs and freelancers who’ve been caught with their pants down by coronavirus. Luckily the federal government has provided help in the form of disaster relief loans– money any small business can borrow directly from the U.S. Small Business Administration at a very low 3.75% interest rate– no bank approval required.
In keeping with the times, the feds have provided little guidance on how SBA loans work– especially for startups and the self-employed. We think this is unfair and are continually updating this document with everything you need to know to apply for an SBA disaster loan- all in FAQ format.
Update: Based on the passing of the CARES Act by Congress today, there are several positive changes to SBA disaster loans:
- Loans can now be approved based solely on your personal credit score
- Loans less than $200,000 can be approved without a personal guarantee
- You’ll be able to request a $10,000 emergency cash advance that can be forgiven if spent on paid leave, payroll, increased costs due to supply chain disruption, mortgage or lease payments or repaying obligations that cannot be met due to disruption from from coronavirus.