• The Holy Communion

    The Holy Communion is an act of worship and thanksgiving that should be participated in and done by churches, gatherings and families in accordance to Christ's word (Luke 22:19) "To do this (the Holy Communion) in remembrance of Him" in order to thank God for sending His Son, thank Jesus for giving His life and to show our unity (oneness) with God... but why?

  • Is listening to secular music bad?

    - Is all secular music bad?
    - Am I saying that secular musicians are not talented?
    - What about secular musicians that are believers?
    - But secular music is better than Christian music
    - Why music... why not tv, games, etc?
    The Bible says to not be equally yoked with unbelievers (2 Corinthians 6:14)... and listening to secular music makes you...

    Is listening to secular music bad
  • Why didn't you tell them about Jesus?

    Hell is real. It is your responsibility (as well as mine) to tell those who do not know about where people without Christ are headed. We will be held responsible for not sharing our faith... for being disobedient. Your salvation is not meant to be mysterious; Everyone should know. Not fulfilling the Great Commission is disobedience to...

  • Worshiping God is more than lifting y...

    Worshiping God, being in the Spirit, feeling God's presence is much much more than lifting your hands up. Some do so because they think it is the right thing to do in God's Presence, others because they see people doing so, and others, for many more wrong reasons: Pride, hypocrisy, etc, or the right ones: adoration, joy, etc. When should you lift your hands up though?

  • Do not take God's glory

    Don't take God's glory. Never do. God gives you gifts, skills and talents, so the world can see, be amazed and through your giving Him glory, lead people back to Him. This is a reminder, one that I've needed to remind myself over and over again... Do not take God's glory or He will take it back...


The hue image adjustment is very important in photoshop. The picture below has many colors, therefore will give you an idea of what the hue adjustment can do or be used for.

HUE (not colorized)

I recommend that whenever you download a picture you want to work with, before opening it in Photoshop, make a copy of the original image somewhere so that if you edit the image, save it and quit Photoshop without saving a .psd file, you still have the original image.

First, open the image above in Photoshop. Press “Ctrl U” to open the “Hue/Saturation “ dialog. Drag the slide for the Hue around and see the interesting colors you can produce from the picture. I used a hue of +45 to get the color scheme/style/(whatever you wanna call it) below. Make sure the colorize check box is not ticked. I bet you can see the difference. Here's mine.

HUE (colorized)

Now, I’m sure you’re wondering what the colorize check box when ticked will do to your image. So, open that image again, tick colorize and adjust the hue to a color you want. I’m sure you can see the difference. I used a hue of +247 and ticked the colorize checkbox to get the result below. The hue with colorize ticked will give the entire image a particular color shade.

Here’s the difference clearly to show the difference between a colorized hue, a non-colorized hue and the original image.... click on the image to see a larger version of it.

Don’t worry about the Saturation for now, it will be covered in a future tutorial.

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