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10 Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography
By Rob Sheppard
Jun 5, 2012
Rob Sheppard offers ten tips that will help you stay focused on your photography so that you can shoot any landscape better.
10 Ways to Build a Following on Google+
By Colby Brown
Aug 13, 2012
Google+ is a terrific social network for photographers to connect with clients, fans, and others who share their love of the visual arts. Colby Brown should know. The author of Google+ for Photographers has built a huge following on Google+. He shares 10 of the best ideas he has learned from his experience - expertise that can help you to build your own network, hang out with great new friends, and get your photography noticed.
10 Ways to Drive Customers Away from Your Site
By Frank Fiore
Nov 9, 2001
There are lots of ways to make money with your web site. There are also lots of ways to keep from making money. If you REALLY don't want to make money, try the 10 ways in this article.
100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People: There's a Special Part of the Brain Just for Recognizing Faces
By Susan Weinschenk
May 19, 2011
People recognize and react to faces on Web pages faster than anything else on the page. In this chapter from her book, Susan Weinschenk explains how understanding this concept can help you design better web pages.
100 Things Every Presenter Needs to Know About People: The More Uncertain People Are, the More They Defend Their Ideas
By Susan Weinschenk
Jun 18, 2012
When a belief is deeply ingrained, it will be hard to change. Susan Weinschenk offers some tips on presentation methods that can be used to overcome this obstacle.
16 How-To Tips for Using Photoshop Camera Raw
By Chris Orwig
Jan 19, 2009
Chris Orwig offers 16 Camera Raw tips, including setting the white balance, using split toning, and making localized adjustments.
20 Tips for Shooting Great Video
By Adobe Creative Team
Jun 16, 2009
20 tips for shooting great video, and four methods to transfer or capture your video to your workstation.
32-bit Imaging with HDR Toning in Photoshop CS5
By Dan Moughamian
Feb 28, 2011
High Dynamic Range (or HDR) photography has been a hot topic lately, with debates ongoing as to how useful a process HDR is for serious photographers. Count Dan Moughamian, author of Adobe Digital Imaging How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques for Photoshop CS5, Lightroom 3, and Camera Raw 6, among those who believe HDR can be a very useful process for photographers, provided they understand its real purpose.
3D in Photoshop CS4
By Dan Moughamian, Scott Valentine
Apr 13, 2009
Photoshop includes many improvements to 3D workflow, such as a more powerful rendering engine and the ability to create and manipulate various kinds of lights and materials. This excerpt explains them in detail.
3D Modeling Basics
By Mark Giambruno
Jan 17, 2003
Through theory and then tutorials, Mark Giambruno introduces you to basic modeling tools and also offers suggestions for planning out the best modeling approach and developing good work habits.
3D Photoshop: Inflating Objects from Photographs
By Steve Caplin
Oct 3, 2013
Learn how to model 3D objects directly from photographs, using Photoshop’s inflation tool.
3ds max 5 Masking in Materials with Maps
By Ted Boardman
Feb 7, 2003
Let master trainer Ted Boardman walk you through using the flexible tools in 3ds max 5 to make applying masks easier and more accurate.
3ds max 6 Mapping in Registration
By Ted Boardman
Feb 13, 2004
3ds max expert and New Riders' author Ted Boardman introduces you to several techniques that, when combined, make the application of maps easier.
3ds max Effects: Reacting to Reactor
By Ted Boardman
Dec 27, 2002
Learn to set up short collision effects scenes that can enhance a storyline and still be cost effective in production time.
3-Light Lens Flare Setup: Lens-Flare Lighting
By Scott Kelby
Oct 26, 2011
Scott Kelby walks you through how to create a three-light shoot that incorporates three different types of light.
4 Awesome Lightroom mobile Tips and Tricks
By Jeff Carlson
Aug 20, 2014
Adobe Lightroom mobile synchronizes photos between your Lightroom library on a computer and an iPad or iPhone, but it's more than just an image conduit. Jeff Carlson, author of Adobe Lightroom mobile: Your Lightroom on the Go, shares some of his favorite tips for working with Lightroom mobile, from automatically importing new shots to copying adjustments between photos and environments.
5 Documentary Filmmaking Tips from "American Teen"
By Ron Dawson
Feb 9, 2010
Ron Dawson points out techniques used in Nanette Burstein’s award-winning film that you can apply to your own video creation.
5 Things Cool about the New iPad Mini
By Jeff Carlson
Oct 24, 2012
Now that we know what the iPad mini is, what's so great about it? Jeff Carlson shares five cool things he learned about the iPad mini.
5 Ways to Improve Your Ajax Performance
By Larry Ullman
Mar 28, 2012
In sites that rely upon Ajax for functionality (or even pizzazz), performance becomes even more critical than the general JavaScript performance. Because Ajax requests take place behind the scenes, to the end user there is little discernible difference between an Ajax request being slow, and nothing happening at all. In this article, Larry Ullman explains some of the concrete steps you can take to improve the performance of your sites’ Ajax interactions.
7 Secrets to Creating Irresistible Food Photography Images
By Teri Campbell
Oct 22, 2012
Creating truly irresistible images of food requires attention to a lot of different details. Teri Campbell, author of Food Photography & Lighting: A Commercial Photographer's Guide to Creating Irresistible Images, shares 7 secrets to creating amazing food images.

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