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Kid and Animal Photography FuelTip: Photographing Backyard Birds
By Laurie S. Excell
May 14, 2014
Laurie Excell, author of Bird Photography: A Guide to the Equipment, Techniques, and Locations for Capturing Beautiful Images, talks about how photographing birds in your backyard is a great way to practice your photography and learn birds' habits.
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Kid and Animal Photography FuelTip: Baseball and Softball Photography Tips
By Alan Hess
May 12, 2014
In this excerpt from Photographing Outdoor Sports: The Right Settings, Gear, and Tips for Capturing Baseball, Soccer, Surfing, and Other Outdoor Events, Alan Hess offers some tips for getting great shots at the next Little League game.
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Panasonic Lumix GX7 and GM1: The Professional Modes
By Rob Knight
May 8, 2014
Accessing the professional modes is as simple as turning the Mode dial to P, A, S, or M. If you want to take that next step in controlling your photography, it is important to understand not only how to control these modes, but why and when to adjust them so that you make the images you want.
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Five Photography Tips for Your Panasonic Lumix GX7 and GM1 Cameras
By Rob Knight
May 7, 2014
Rob Knight, author of Panasonic Lumix GX7 and GM1: From Snapshots to Great Shots, offers some tips on how to take the best photos with your Panasonic Lumix GX7 and GM1.
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The Biggest Posing Mistakes Photographers Make
By Roberto Valenzuela
May 5, 2014
Roberto Valenzuela explains what makes posing your photography model so difficult, and offers some tips on how to think about posing.
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Nature Photography FuelTip: How Light Changes Color
By Rob Sheppard
May 1, 2014
In this excerpt from The Power of Color in Nature and Landscape Photography, Rob Sheppard explains that when you start seeing the light beyond illumination so you see its effect on color, you can quickly increase the level of your color work.
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Steve Krug Explains Several True Things about Usability Testing
By Steve Krug
May 1, 2014
In this excerpt from Don't Make Me Think, Revisited: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 3rd Edition, Steve Krug share three true things about usability tests.
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Nature Photography FuelTip: How to Shoot in Black and White
By Rob Sheppard
Apr 30, 2014
Rob Sheppard, author of The Power of Black and White in Nature and Landscape Photography, shares a trick to shooting in black and white that will gain you more control, let you use RAW, and help you learn this medium better.
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Steve Krug on Why Nothing Beats a Good Tagline!™
By Steve Krug
Apr 30, 2014
Taglines are a very efficient way to get your message across, because they’re the one place on the web page where users most expect to find a concise statement of the site's purpose. In this excerpt from Don't Make Me Think, Revisited: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 3rd Edition, Steve Krug shares some attributes to look for when choosing a tagline.
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Nature Photography FuelTip: Finding a Good Location for Shooting a River
By Robert Correll
Apr 29, 2014
In this excerpt from Photographing Rivers, Lakes, and Falling Water, Robert Correll offers advice for scouting the best locations for shooting a river.
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Steve Krug on Creating Effective Visual Hierarchies
By Steve Krug
Apr 29, 2014
In this excerpt from Don't Make Me Think, Revisited: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 3rd Edition, Steve Krug explains that the appearance of the things on the page should accurately portray the relationships between the things on the page.
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Nature Photography FuelTip: Choosing the Right Lens for Shooting Insects and Small Critters
By Rob Sheppard
Apr 28, 2014
In this excerpt from Choosing the Right Lens for Nature and Landscape Photography, Rob Sheppard explains how to choose the right lens for shooting insects and other little critters.
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Steve Krug on Things that Make Us Think
By Steve Krug
Apr 28, 2014
Don't make people puzzle over stuff on your website! In this excerpt from Don't Make Me Think, Revisited: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 3rd Edition, Steve Krug shares some examples of things that make us think, so you'll begin to notice all the things that make you think in the sites and apps you use. And eventually you’ll learn to recognize and avoid them in the things you’re building.
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Three Tips to Help You Publish Like a Pro in WordPress
By Jesse Friedman
Apr 24, 2014
In this excerpt from WordPress in a Weekend, Jesse Friedman offers some quick tips for improving your WordPress site.
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Using Qualitative Research to Inform a Customer-Centric Design
By Michael Krypel
Apr 23, 2014
This chapter from Refining Design for Business: Using analytics, marketing, and technology to inform customer-centric design discusses several types of qualitative research and shows how they can be used to generate test ideas while providing insights that will help guide the business in an evolving marketplace.
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Using Advanced Modes with Your Sony A7 / A7R
By Brian Smith
Apr 21, 2014
Brian Smith explores Program Auto Mode, Shutter Priority Mode, Aperture Priority Mode, and Manual Mode in the Sony A7 and A7R cameras. He also shows how these modes open up a range of options not possible in full auto modes, including shooting in RAW and applying creative styles and picture effects.
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Working with Natural Light in Portrait Photography
By Erik Valind
Apr 17, 2014
Natural light doesn't always mean pretty light. Erik Valind explains that once you understand what you’re looking at, it becomes very easy to compose your portraits to put your subjects in their best light.
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Sidestepping the Banana Skins: How to Avoid Common Type Mistakes in InDesign
By Nigel French
Apr 16, 2014
Don't make yourself easy prey for the type pedants out there who will mock you for using an opening quote mark instead of an apostrophe. While rules are made to be broken, Nigel French, author of InDesign Type: Professional Typography with Adobe InDesign, 3rd Edition, offers ten rules of InDesign type that should (almost) never be broken.
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Color Correction in Nuke
By Ron Ganbar
Apr 15, 2014
Nuke is a very advanced system that uses cutting-edge technology and theory to work with color. Therefore, it is important to understand Nuke’s approach to color so you understand color correcting within Nuke.
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Picture Perfect Posing: Three-Point Check Combinations
By Roberto Valenzuela
Apr 14, 2014
Photographers can create very distinct energies and looks in a photo by focusing specifically on only three parts of the body: the collarbone, the chin, and the eyes. By combining these three with two posing options, you will be able to create any feeling you desire.

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