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Thursday, February 6, 2014

#Guitar: E Tuning Slide In Open Position, PT. 2

This lesson concentrates on the real Blues positions available to us in the open position of open E tuning. I have also focused on the use of the “fretted” notes, as well as their “open” counterpar...

#Guitar: E Tuning Slide In Open Position, PT. 2

#Photography: Travel photography tip: How to shoot night photography

AN HOUR AFTER SUNSET, most photographers are packing up their gear and heading to a nice hot meal and a warm bed, but not me. I’ve waited all day for the sun to dip over the horizon, and now it’s t...

#Photography: Travel photography tip: How to shoot night photography

#Musicproduction: How to Tune Drums

Tuning drums can get a bit esoteric, but the goal is simple. Ideally, the drum sounds will mesh with the sounds of the bass and other elements, giving a sense of tonal unity across the entire track...

#Musicproduction: How to Tune Drums

#Photoshop: Equipment tip: How to tighten a geared tripod head

I’ve been using the Manfrotto 410 geared head for some time and it’s been a great compact unit, but recently one of the knobs has been loose. It started happening when I used the head with a video ...

#Photoshop: Equipment tip: How to tighten a geared tripod head

#SocialMedia: The Facts and Figures about the Power of Visual Content

We all know that images are compelling. The growth of visual content has been on a rapid upward trajectory over the last 12 months. Social media platforms such as Pinterest and Instagram have take...

#SocialMedia: The Facts and Figures about the Power of Visual Content

#Guitar: Aggressive, Percussive Acoustic Blues

This is a great and very recognizable acoustic style, reminiscent of the great Delta Blues players, such as Robert Johnson, Son House and Bukka White. This features a very strong upwards “pluck” wi...

#Guitar: Aggressive, Percussive Acoustic Blues

#Photography: Tip: Quick Tips on Shooting an Event While Unprepared

When shooting event photography, I like to take a moment and prepare. I usually take time to check out venue, look at past photographs etc. Most recently my bride told me that I was going to shoot ...

#Photography: Tip: Quick Tips on Shooting an Event While Unprepared

#Photoshop: How to Create a Marvellous Night Landscape with Waterfalls

Start by creating a blank document with size of 2490 pixels wide and 1507 pixels high by hitting the short key Ctrl+N. I named the document sanctuary. Make sure we have downloaded all the tutorial ...

#Photoshop: How to Create a Marvellous Night Landscape with Waterfalls

#Guitar: The Minor Seventh Arpeggio

Arpeggios can be thought of as a broken chords meaning the notes of a chord are played separately one after the other rather than being strummed all at once. The Minor Seventh arpeggio includes the...

#Guitar: The Minor Seventh Arpeggio

#Photoshop: Tips from a junior designer

What would you say to your future self five years ago?

#Photoshop: Tips from a junior designer

#Photography: 5 Tips for Tasteful HDR Photography

HDR, or “high dynamic range” photography could divide a nation: either you love it, or you hate it. The problem is, HDR gets an increasingly bad reputation for being “hyper realistic” and painful t...

#Photography: 5 Tips for Tasteful HDR Photography

#Photography: Simple But Great Tip To Naming Your Photography Folders

There is no wrong or right way of naming the folders on your computer. It is really just a matter of preference and what works best in your workflow. Having been doing this for a number of years th...

#Photography: Simple But Great Tip To Naming Your Photography Folders