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35 Staggering Images of Backlit Photography

35 Staggering Images of Backlit Photography

Posted on 24. Jan, 2011 by Babar Asif in Photography

Photography is the process, activity and art of creating still pictures by recording radiation on a radiation-sensitive medium, such as a photographic film, or electronic image sensors. Photographyuses foremost radiation in the UV, visible and near-IR spectrum. Photography can be of very different styles. Backlit Photography appears to be a very easy way of photography but in fact it isn’t. The light behind the subject you are aiming at to include within your picture can be very tricky. Here is a greatshowcase of Backlit Photography for your inspiration. Enjoy!


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40 Essential CSS Templates, Resources and Downloads

40 Essential CSS Templates, Resources and Downloads

November 8, 2010 – 30 CommentsWritten by Paul Andrew

Every web developer should have in their toolbox a collection of CSS tools and resources like the ones outlined in this article. A set of techniques that you rely on and that are always at the ready to cover any possible eventuality.
You will find not a selection of the latest innovative CSS techniques (there are some) in this article, merely a collection of tools, resources and downloads that can be used by web designers for solutions to everyday CSS design and coding solutions.

The resources below have been split into four categories: CSS Download Packages (all of the CSS resources offer multiple variations of each technique), Downloadable CSS Tools (the resources within this category offers specialized templates), Web, Mobile & Form Frameworks (+ tools and templates to help you get started with each); Feature-Rich and Outstanding Mobile & Web Templates and finally, a selection of tools to help with cross browser compatibility.

We don’t presume that this is an ultimate collection, merely a selection of resources we have found to be indispensable. We are positive we have missed a few, and would love to hear about the tools and resources you rely upon.

CSS Technique Download Packages & Resources

Within this category, all of the CSS resources offer multiple variations of each technique (forms, tables, rounded corners…), all within their download packages. Quite often you will find that each variant is based on the same markup with only the CSS changing. These resources are all worth bookmarking.


As well as a detailed video tutorial, here you will also find FIVE different downloadable techniques for creating rounded corners, each each having its own advantages and disadvantages.
Five ROUNDED CORNERS Techniques →View Demo →

5 Uniquely Coded Web Form Styles

5 Uniquely Coded Web Form Styles
From CSS Globe, here you download 5 uniquely designed and coded web form styles.
5 Uniquely Coded Web Form Styles →View the Demo →

Formy CSS Framework – 4 Downloadable Forms

Formy CSS Framework - 4 Demo Forms
Within the Formy CSS Frameworks download package, you will find FOUR (3 horizontal variants and 1 vertical form example) accessible CSS form styles which interacts in the simplest and natural way with HTML form.
Formy CSS Framework – 4 Demo Forms →

8 Different Ways to Style your HTML lists with CSS

8 Different Ways to Style your HTML lists with CSS
This article takes a look at styling regular lists by showing 8 different ways to beautifully style your HTML lists with CSS. All of the lists are downloadable in a single package.
>8 Different Ways to Style your HTML lists with CSS →View the Demo →

10 CSS Table Designs

10 CSS Table Designs
A lot of time could be wasted on a single table although it’s just a simple one. This is where this article comes in handy. It will show you TEN of the most easily implemented CSS table designs. All ten of the table styles are available as a single download.
10 CSS Table Designs →View the Demo →

5 CSS3 Tables Styles

5 CSS3 Tables Styles
This article will show you how to use some neat CSS3 properties to beautify your tables. All FIVE CSS3 table styles are aviable within the source download.
5 CSS3 Tables Styles →View the Demo →

23 Pagination Styles

23 Pagination Styles
With over 20 different pagination styles available, this page is a an awesome resource. And yes, all styles are downloadable.
23 Pagination Styles →View the Demo →

6 Blockquote Examples

6 Blockquote Examples
Here you will fin SIX downloadable CSS blockquote examples, varying in style from the classy to the modern and from the fun to the fancy. Great resource.
6 Blockquote Examples →View the Demo →

12 CSS-only Menus

12 CSS-only Menus
Here is a set of CSS-only menus for your website – no images, no JavaScript. The markup for the menus is always the same with 12 different stylesheets for their appearance. You can download them all in a single package.
12 CSS-only Menus →View the Demo →

15 CSS3 Buttons

15 CSS3 Buttons
This is a collection of buttons that show what is possible using CSS3 and other advanced techniques, while maintaining the simplest possible markup. All available within the download.
15 CSS3Buttons →View the Demo →

3 CSS Image Maps Variants

3 CSS Image Maps Variants
Within this download package you will a find a basic world map image map example, an example with hover states and, finally, an example with tooltips.
3 CSS Image Maps Variants →View the Demo →

25 CSS Drop-Down Menus

25 CSS Drop-Down Menus
This CSS Drop-Down Menu Framework offers 25 downloadable menus. As well as some generic menus (vertical, horizontal, mega-menu…), you will also find some menu examples from popular websites, like Flickr, Adobe, Nividia and Vimeo.
25 CSS Drop-Down Menus →View the Demo →

40 CSS Layouts

40 CSS Layouts
The main goal of the article has been to get the maximum number of layouts based on the same markup, each with valid CSS and HTML, without hacks nor workaround and a good cross-browser compatibility. The result is a set of 40 layouts, all available to download individually or you can download all 40 layouts in a single download package.
40 CSS Layouts →View the Demo →

100+ HTML Email Templates

100+ free HTML email templates
This is the ultimate in email template resource. With over 100 templates, all designed by prominent designers, this is a must bookmark.
100+ HTML Email Templates →

Downloadable CSS Tools, Resources & Source Code

The resources within this category offers specialised templates and source code downloads that go far beyond any typical CSS resource. These downloads are fantastic for learning purposes.

Web, Mobile & Form Frameworks (+ Templates)

Fluid Grid System

Fluid Grid System
The Fluid Grid system is a web grid system designed by Joseph Silvashy and New Gold Leaf that allows designers to use the screen real estate on large monitors and retain great design on smaller ones. The Fluid Grid System combines the principals of the typographic grid and a baseline grid into one resolution-independent framework.
Fluid Grid System →View the Demo →

Fluid 960 Grid System Templates

Fluid 960 Grid System Templates
Stephen Bau had been looking for a means of rapidly developing interactive prototypes for his site designs. He has built a library of commonly used HTML elements, combining these with CSS for typography and layout.
He finally created the Fluid 960 Grid System Templates (960 pixel fixed width, 12-column fluid width and 16-column fluid width) which have been built upon the work of the 960 Grid System using effects from the Mootools JavaScript library.
Fluid 960 Grid System Templates →Fluid 960 Grid System →

Blueprint CSS Framework + Template Source

Blueprint CSS Framework + Template Source
Blueprint is a CSS framework that can save you time and headaches when working on any project that involves HTML and CSS, whether it be with Rails, PHP, or just laying out an HTML page. In this tutorial you will get a look at the inner workings of Blueprint and you’ll be able to download the demo application that uses Blueprint to get a better idea of how to effectively and quickly with the framework.
Blueprint CSS Framework + Template Source →View the Demo →

The 1KB CSS Grid

The 1KB CSS Grid
Here is a fresh take on the CSS grid (loosely based on Nathan Smith’s 960 Grid System), with its main mission to be lightweight. The basic configuration is a 12 column grid system spread out over 960 pixels. Each column is 60 pixels wide with a 20 pixel gutter in between.
The 1KB CSS Grid →View the Demo →

The Grid 960 Prototype Framework Template

The Grid 960 Prototype Framework Template
This article explains the basics of Grid 960, from planning the grid for a design to actually coding the prototype. The sample design (downloadable) will exploit most capabilities of the Grid 960 giving you a firm knowledge base to work on and help you come to grips with the 960gs.
The Grid 960 Prototype Framework Template →View the Demo →

Easy Front-End Framework

Easy Front-End Framework
Easy is more than a CSS framework designed for building layouts. It includes built-in (jQuery powered) interactive functions that are so easy to use that you really don’t have to know first thing about JavaScript. It also includes a library of preformatted and precoded CSS/HTML content blocks that you can simply paste into your master template. With a way of file organization it allow you to easily create your own content blocks.
Easy Front-End Framework →View the Demo →

iWebKit – Make a quality iPhone Website or Webapp

iWebKit – Make a quality iPhone Website or Webapp
iWebKit is a file package designed to help you create your own iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad compatible website or webapp. The kit is accessible to anyone even people without any html knowledge and is simple to understand thanks to the included tutorials. In a couple of minutes you will have created a full and professional looking web app. iWebKit is a great tool because it is very easy to use, extremely fast, compatible & extendable.
iWebKit – Make a quality iPhone Website or Webapp →View the Demo →

Formee – Fresh baked forms for your websites!

Formee - Fresh baked forms for your websites!
Formee works with the technique provided by Fluid 960 Grid System to compose the form’s layout, allowing total flexibility to put it in any website or web system.
The form has a structure built around percentage widths, thus allowing its inclusion in any project, adapting to the space available. Formee has its structural code independent of the style codes, facilitating the complete customization and manteinance of the form.
The form has been built with care to preserve web standards and their semantic values, working with the smallest possible amount of tags and according to the W3C rules.
Formee – Fresh baked forms for your websites! →View the Demo →

Feature-Rich and Outstanding Mobile & Web Templates

All of these web/mobile layouts go above and beyond what most CSS templates can offer. Not all are feature-rich, but do they do all offer something unique and all have beautifully crafted markup.

Cross Browser Compatibility Tools

CSS3 PIE: CSS3 decorations for IE

CSS3 PIE: CSS3 decorations for IE
3 Pie (download) is a set of CSS “behaviors” that can be attached to any CSS file by way of the behavior element in order to add rendering support to Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8 for the more popular CSS3 rendering features: border-radiusbox-shadowborder-image; multiple background images; linear-gradient as background image.
CSS3 PIE: CSS3 decorations for IE →

CSS3 Please! The Cross-Browser CSS3 Rule Generator

CSS3 Please! The Cross-Browser CSS3 Rule Generator
CSS3, Please! is a small utility that allows you to edit the document in real-time and create your own personalised cross browser CSS3 rule.
CSS3 Please! The Cross-Browser CSS3 Rule Generator →

FindMeByIP – CSS3 Properties

FindMeByIP - CSS3 Properties
FindMeByIP – CSS3 Properties →

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Concept Cars – A Glance into the Future of Automobile Industry

Concept Cars – A Glance into the Future of Automobile Industry

  • by Pavol Janovicek
  • January 27th, 2011
  • http://www.cruzine.com/2011/01/27/concept-cars-photography/
  • Today there are about 600 million passenger cars in the world. Can you imagine that 125 years ago there was only one motor vehicle, and between 1888 and 1893 there were only 25 lucky men in the world, who purchased the first cars, produced by Karl Benz? It goes without saying that modern cars differ greatly from those, produced at the dawn of automobile era. It took years to invent rubber tireswindshieldscar stereoABSturbo compressors, and many other common features of typical modern cars.

However, it is necessary to say that there have always been particular car models, which set the direction for the future car designand further development of automobile industry. They are called concept cars or prototypes. These cars have a very important and specific role – today they show us how cars will look tomorrow. Concept cars are always unique – not only because they are usually produced in one exemplar only, but also because such vehicles of tomorrow represent the most cutting edge and experimental concepts, technologies, and innovations, known to car makers at the given period of time. Concept cars reflect the state of the art in both functionality and design. Not only new engines and transmissions are first introduced at concept cars, but also novelties of the exterior and interior design. Have a look at the pictures below, and you’ll be able to feel the scent of the future. Cars, shown in this gallery, fascinate and attract with the ultimate style and unusual appearance. Concept cars truly can show the fusion of revolutionary technical innovations and the most progressive art trends.

Alfa Romeo Coelus by Jan Bujnak

Alfa Romeo Coelus

Audi Axiom by Amar Vaya

Audi Axiom

PEUGEOT – CONCEPT CAR by Piotr Czyzewski


Citroën Survolt by Laurent Nivalle

Citroën Survolt

INFERNO – CONCEPT CAR “SOUL” by Piotr Czyzewski


Jaguar 2040 by Amar Vaya

Jaguar 2040

Bridgestone Falcon Concept Car by Samir Sadikhov

Bridgestone Falcon Concept Car

Citroën DS High Rider Concept by Laurent Nivalle

Citroën DS High Rider Concept

COBRA VENOM – concept car (3D) by Jamie Martin

COBRA VENOM - concept car (3D)

VFV – Very Fun Vehicle by Nuno Teixeira

VFV - Very Fun Vehicle

LONDON NAVIGATOR – bus concept (3D) by Jamie Martin

LONDON NAVIGATOR - bus concept (3D)

MGV1 by Amar Vaya


Ferrari Nero by Jason Battersby

Ferrari Nero

Enes GP Concept by Samir Sadikhov

Enes GP Concept

Alfa Romeo 4C by Alessandro Palombarini

Alfa Romeo 4C

B7 HI-SPEED HYBRID VEHICLE by Filip Tejszerski


YDOTY by Leigh Hendrik Cosentino


Aeon – Renault EV concept by Vlad Icobet

Aeon - Renault EV concept

Amphibian Mercedes by Péter Iglói-Nagy

Amphibian Mercedes


Tesla Eye Concept

Incepto Concept by Samir Sadikhov

Incepto Concept

Automagazine SEAT 2007 by João Mendes

Automagazine SEAT 2007



McLaren LM5 Concept by Matt Williams

McLaren LM5 Concept

Concept X6 by Lihet Calin

Concept X6

Citroën C-Cactus by Laurent Nivalle

Citroën C-Cactus

Bentley Aero Ace – Speed IV by Gabriel Tam

Bentley Aero Ace - Speed IV

Metropolis Hydrogen EV by Nedzad Mujcinovic

Metropolis Hydrogen EV

Chrysler Turbine EV by Dave Owsen

Chrysler Turbine EV

ALOURA, 2010 by Apostol Tnokovski

ALOURA, 2010

EcoJet by Jay Brett




Mazda RX9 / Michelin E.A.P. Tire System by James Owen

Mazda RX9 / Michelin E.A.P. Tire System

Volcom Chariot by Klaud Wasiak

Volcom Chariot



MYBUS – 2007 Michelin Outstanding Design Award by Nuno Teixeira

MYBUS - 2007 Michelin Outstanding Design Award

Mercedes-Benz – Ecological-Car Sponsored Project by Alex Ekimov

Mercedes-Benz - Ecological-Car Sponsored Project

Citroën GT by Laurent Nivalle

Citroën GT

UBO – Concept Car by Urbano Rodriguez

UBO - Concept Car

Aston Martin Agora’ by Himanshu Bhardwaj

Aston Martin Agora'

Automotive Sketches by Vlad Icobet

Automotive Sketches

Automotive Sketches

Automotive Sketches

Automotive Sketches

Gamma Concept by Niels Grubak Iversen

Gamma Concept

Lynx by Daniel Toma


Izaro Motors – GTE by Amar Vaya

Izaro Motors - GTE

Mercedes-Benz E.Matic by Hussein Al-Attar

Mercedes-Benz E.Matic

Peugeot Alien by Levan Davitadze

Peugeot Alien

LUNA, 2009 by Apostol Tnokovski

LUNA, 2009

Future Muscle by Dwayne Vance

Future Muscle

Mclaren by Mohammad Ghezel


Design study by Jan Bujnak

design study

Volkswagen Moog by Klaud Wasiak

Volkswagen Moog

Hussar Inspired Dakar Rally by Klaud Wasiak

Hussar Inspired Dakar Rally

Audi Shark by Mert TOL

Audi Shark



Citroën Revolte by Laurent Nivalle

Citroën Revolte

Pavol Janovicek
Pavol JanovicekWith 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine. 

30 Inspiring Niche Photography Websites to Explore

30 Inspiring Niche Photography Websites to Explore

January 25, 2011 – 14 CommentsWritten by Emma Egan

Photography is a vast and ever changing creative industry that is closely linked to graphic design. Everywhere we go we see photography on billboards, posters, websites and the news. Below are 30 inspiring photographer or photography related websites. Have a look at the best of advertising, photojournalism, wedding, manipulated photography, glamour & fashion photography websites.

These websites illustrate a variety of creative methods to present the same thing: photographers and their work. Photos (like designs) can often be inspiring themselves and the below websites do a brilliant job in representing photographers and presenting their work. They also highlight how different niches (within photography) use different web design to build credibility. For instance, when comparing wedding to photojournalism, the two styles of presenting that portfolio are chalk and cheese to cater for their respective target audiences (warm-hearted brides versus hard-nosed journalists). Remember, when designing (whether for the photography industry or another) design for the product, service or niche you are representing and its audience.

Photojournalism Websites

Burn Magazine

Burn Magazine

Mike Ross Photos

Mike Ross Photos

Great Photojournalism

Great Photojournalism

Rethink Dispatches

Rethink Dispatches

Noor Images

Noor Images

McCall Studios

McCall Studios

Advertising Photography Websites

Marge+Casey Associates

Marge+Casey Associates



Tim Tadder

Tim Tadder

Sonja Muller

Sonja Muller

Ciril Jazbec

Ciril Jazbec

Cake Factory

Cake Factory

Wedding Photography Websites

Josevilla Photography

Josevilla Photography

Karen Wise

Karen Wise

Luna Pics Photography

Luna Pics Photography

Bentley Gray Photography

Bentley Gray Photography

Elizabeth Messina

Elizabeth Messina

CM Photography

CM Photography

Manipulated Photography Website

Dark City Revisited

Dark City Revisited

Blue Chimp

Blue Chimp

Ivan Bajic

Ivan Bajic

Garrigo Sastudio

Garrigo Sastudio



Erik Johansson

Erik Johansson

Glamour and Fashion Photography Websites

Gavin O’Neill

Gavin ONeill



Celebrity Photography

Celebrity Photography

Marcollins Photography

Marcollins Photography

James Hickey Studio Photography

ames Hickey Studio Photography

Gabriel Lerigon

Gabriel Lerigon

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JapanDave Photography

Weekly Review: This Week in JapanDave Photography #8 (Jan 16th-22nd)


This week: A Shi­rakawa wood­block, a Bud­dhist build­ing, Min­i­mal­ist Shinto, a nice land­scape, autumn leaf enlight­en­ment, another Shinto scene, and… rice.

Oh, yes… another week, another name change. One of these weeks I’ll set­tle on a name I like—promise.

Now, on with the review.

Sun­day, Jan 16thShi­rakawago Farm­house Woodblock

Play­ing with some tex­tures here to give this an old look. These farm­houses are amaz­ing. (LINK)

Shirakawago Farmhouse Woodblock

Mon­day, Jan 17thPagoda In the Woods

An inter­est­ing, unique pagoda hid­den at a hill­side tem­ple. (LINK)

Pagoda in the Woods

Tues­day, Jan 18thStone Gate Minimalism

A close-up of a torii gate, or part of it any­ways. These are such sim­ple, beau­ti­ful struc­tures. (LINK)

Stone Gate Minimalism

Wednes­day, Jan 19thTrain Tracks & Light

Fol­low the light” is really good pho­tog­ra­phy advice. Here I fol­lowed it lit­er­ally, chas­ing it to where I saw this scene. (LINK)

Train Tracks and Light

Thurs­day, Jan 20thRed Leaf Enlightenment

A close up of a maple leaf. (LINK)

Red Leaf Enlightenment

Fri­day, Jan 21stShrine Gates & Grounds — Let’s Go Pray

An awe­some Shinto shrine gate here at one of Okazaki’s more famous shrines. See the post for a neat true story about this shrine involv­ing ninja. (LINK)

Shrine Gate and grounds---Let's Go Pray

Sat­ur­day, Jan 22ndLook at All That Rice

Rice pat­ties are nice and peace­ful places to walk, espe­cially if you are like me and love the quiet and beauty of nature. Here is a close up of a few of the plants right before har­vest. (LINK)

Look at All That Rice [22/365]

And that is that. Hope you see some­thing there you liked, and hope you had a great week!

Shar­ing & Saving

A reminder, I offer all of my pho­tos freely for non-commercial use. Please feel free to down­load them and use them for your wall­pa­per, use them on your web­site, in pre­sen­ta­tions, or what­ever. All I request is that if you give me credit and if you use them on the web, link back to this web­page. I post a pretty large ver­sion on this web­site that you can save, or, if you want some­thing big­ger, just click on the photo to go to my flickr account whee you can find the full-size high-resolution version.

Enjoy and share :)

If you do hap­pen to have com­mer­cial uses in mine for my pho­tos, be sure to drop me a line and we’ll work some­thing out.


Beautiful Photo Illustrations by Alicja Rodzik

Beautiful Photo Illustrations by Alicja Rodzik


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Alicja Rodzik is a Polish photographer living in Aberdeen, Scotland. Her passion is photography and computer graphics. She is interested in arts, music and literature. Her works have been published in the Polish poet Tomasz Jakubiak’s book Blue Days, and in the Fashion Idea Photos Magazine in Taiwan.