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Monday, February 3, 2014

#Photoshop: Learn the Basics of Photoshop

Sessions are blocks of articles, interviews, tutorials and content on a particular creative subject. Sessions are hosted around the Tuts+ network depending on where each article fits best. So for e...

#Photoshop: Learn the Basics of Photoshop

#Writing: Study, Learn, and Read

To study is to apply the mind to the acquisition of knowledge. Books are the first avenue that comes to mind, but as the object of study is the acquisition of knowledge, other means include observation and experiment. Play is a form of study for children.

#Writing: Study, Learn, and Read

#Lightroom: Lr 5 Tips - Hidden Gems Digital Photography School

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom instructor Julieanne Kost goes over some of the lesser known, yet less exciting features and some Lightroom 5 tips. If you haven’t upgraded from Lightroom 4 yet this will be a little preview. I would personally highly recommend that you do upgrade to LR5 if you haven’t yet.

#Lightroom: Lightroom 5 Tips - Hidden Gems Digital Photography School

#Photography: Extra Reach: Monopod Technique for Elevated Photo Perspectives

Having only one leg and thus being hopelessly inferior to the tripod in terms of minimizing camera shake, the monopod doesn’t get much love from professional photographers. However, some photograph...


#Photography: Extra Reach: Monopod Technique for Elevated Photo Perspectives

Keen About You - a #poetry

Keen About You


I want to tell you that I love you
There is nothing more to say
And if somebody tells you he loves you
This will make your day

#Photoshop: Quick Tip: How to Create a Geometric Background Effect

Like Illustrator, Photoshop also includes some very powerful vector editing tools. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a geometric background effect for a poster design in Photoshop using a few simple shapes, blending modes, and transparencies.


#Photoshop: Quick Tip: How to Create a Geometric Background Effect in Photoshop

#Photography: Photography Beauty Light Comparisons

Karl Taylor, a talented commercial photographer, knows his lighting gear. In this demonstration, he uses some of his favorite light modifiers to show their range of effects: Taylor prefers the qual...

#Photography: Photography Beauty Light Comparisons

#Musicproduction: A Beat in 10 Minutes

Beat this is not about who can complete the best beat in 10 minutes. It's just about rising to the challenge of making a beat in 10 minutes. If you think your up to it lets see if you can beat this.

#Musicproduction: A Beat in 10 Minutes

#Musicproduction: Polyrhythm in Maschine, Part 1 - Hemiola Fills

Maschine’s pattern-based sequencer makes using hemiola and other polyrhythms easy. This tutorial shares how to make it happen!

#Musicproduction: Polyrhythm in Maschine, Part 1 - Hemiola Fills

#Musicproduction: Designing a Morphing NI Massive Acid Bass - Native Instruments #Massive tutorial

This style of morphing synth is ideal for electronic dance music and various forms of electronic and digital genres that are gaining popularity off the dance floor. The rates of modulation used are easily tweaked for your specific timing needs, and the sound itself is highly flexible, giving you a depth and width not normally heard in this type of bass. In fact, this NI Massive acid bass is able to ...

#Musicproduction: Designing a Morphing NI Massive Acid Bass - Native Instruments Massive tutorials

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: The beginner's guide to After Effects

After Effects, which is available with Adobe's Creative Cloud, is at the core at the majority of motion graphics, VFX and 3D artists and animators' workflows, because it offers a range of tools which can be adapted for a huge range of tasks from simple lower-thirds text and titles to full 3D stereo compositing for feature films.

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: The beginner's guide to After Effects

#Photography: Masters of Photography - Ansel Adams

We’re going to look at probably the most well known landscape photographer of all time, Ansel Adams (Feb. 20 1902 — Apr. 22, 1984). He started his career as a musician but transitioned into being a photographer where he could use his skills to portray his love of nature and the natural world. He was a master of technical skills, co-developed the Zone System and was a founding member of the Group f/64.

#Photography: Masters of Photography - Ansel Adams

#SocialMedia: 6 Ways to Make your Content Sticky

It was a sparkling sunny day on the harbour and I was attending a cocktail party hosted by a global supplier for the end of year celebrations. The sales manager for the company and I started having...

#SocialMedia: 6 Ways to Make your Content Sticky