Pixelmator in der Praxis - Bilder besser bearbeiten / die hilfreiche Anleitung: maßgeschneidert für Foto-Liebhaber

Pixelmator: Wer seine digitalen Bilder liebt, muss nicht auf Flagschiffe wie Adobe Photoshop zurückgreifen, um Fotos zu optimieren. Das Programm Pixelmator bietet zahlreiche Werkzeuge, um Bildobjekte geschickt auszuwählen, Motive zu retuschieren und auch Farben zu korrigieren. Ein großer Vorteil: Die App auf dem Mac und iPad, iPhone arbeitet „mehrschichtig", es lassen sich somit also in einem Motiv verschiedene Ebenen anlegen, um sch...

Projected Fears: Horror Films and American Culture

Movie audiences seem drawn, almost compelled, toward tales of the horrific and the repulsive. Partly because horror continues to evolve radically―every time the genre is deemed dead, it seems to come up with another twist―it has been one of the most often-dissected genres. Here, author Kendall Phillips selects ten of the most popular and influential horror films―including Dracula, Night of the Living Dead, Halloween, The Silence of t...

A Metaphoric Mind: Selected Writings of Joseph Couture

Dr. Joseph Couture (1930–2007), known affectionately as “Dr. Joe,” stood at the center of some of the greatest political, social, and intellectual struggles of Aboriginal peoples in contemporary Canada. A profound thinker and writer, as well as a gifted orator, he easily walked two paths, as a respected Elder and traditional healer and as an \ educational psychologist, one of the first Aboriginal people in Canada to receive a PhD. Hi...

Business Boutique: A Woman's Guide for Making Money Doing What She Loves

In March 1941 Jimmy Stewart, America's boy next door and recent Academy Award winner, left fame and fortune behind and joined the United States Army Air Corps to fulfill his family mission and serve his country. He rose from private to colonel and participated in 20 often-brutal World War II combat missions over Germany and France. In mere months the war took away his boyish looks as he faced near-death experiences and the loss of me...

Sex Expert: 10 Ways to become a Sex Guru

Would you like to be a sex expert? Understanding your accomplice is the initial step to it! Become acquainted with what ladies need. It will come about into having the sort of sex that is basically great. This is what this book will show you: The most effective method to get more dates. The most effective method to make ladies offer into you. Step by step instructions to make sex basically remarkable. Step by step instructions to nev...

Sex Like A Porn Star: 10 Extreme Sex Positions

It becomes easy for the couple to adopt crazy sex positions if they are being illustrated with the help of the sexy pictures! Do you agree? Certainly yes! So, now you must be thinking of buying books from the market, but there are so many books in the market that it will become difficult for you to choose one! At this point of time, this book comes as a saviour for you! This book has so many pictures with which it will become easy fo...

Cold Kill (A Dan Shepherd Mystery)

The third book in the bestselling Dan 'Spider' Shepherd series. Even deadlier than terrorists . . . are the men trying to stop them. People-smuggling, counterfeit currency and attempted murder. It's all in a day's work for undercover cop Dan 'Spider' Shepherd. But what starts as a run-of-the mill investigation quickly turns into a matter of life and death when he uncovers a terrorist cell on a mission of death and destruction. The ta...

Wink: The Incredible Life and Epic Journey of Jimmy Winkfield

"One of the most extraordinary stories in sports history is also one of its least known. Jimmy Winkfield was a gifted jockey and a remarkably intrepid man, and his life was a singular adventure. His is a story of persistence, hardship, and triumph, and it should be long remembered."—Laura Hillenbrand, author of Seabiscuit: An American Legend "In the entire sweep of American sports, from the days of a roistering John L. Sullivan in th...

Cycling Science: How Rider and Machine Work Together

Every July hundreds of thousands flock to the Champs-Élysées in Paris—and millions more to their televisions and computers—to witness the dramatic conclusion of the grueling three weeks of the Tour de France. There is no better measure of the worldwide love of the bicycle. But of the 1.2 billion cyclists traversing the world’s roadways and trails, few of us take the time to consider the science behind the sport. The simple process of...