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Scott Kelby on The Trick for Shooting at Night
By Scott Kelby
Sep 4, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 4, Scott Kelby shares his exposure trick for shooting at night.
Retiming Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro Professional CC (2014 release)
By Maxim Jago
Sep 3, 2014
Maxim Jago reviews fixed speed changes, the time-remapping feature, and some other options that let you make clip playback speed, in this excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release).
Scott Kelby on How to Clean a Camera Lens
By Scott Kelby
Sep 3, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 3, Scott Kelby explains the best way to clean your lens.
Scott Kelby on How to Shoot Fog
By Scott Kelby
Sep 2, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 2, Scott Kelby shows you how adjusting your exposure will help you take great pictures of fog.
Scott Kelby on Which Lenses to Use for Shooting Sports
By Scott Kelby
Sep 1, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 1, Scott Kelby shows you how to go light with only two lenses for shooting sporting events.
Scott Kelby on Making Your Flash Fire Every Time
By Scott Kelby
Aug 29, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 4, Scott Kelby shares his surefire alternative to "line of sight" methods for firing flash.
Scott Kelby's Photo Recipe: Dramatic Sunset Portrait
By Scott Kelby
Aug 29, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 5, Scott Kelby shares details on how to get a great sunset portrait.
Scott Kelby on The Pro Trick for Better-Looking People Shots
By Scott Kelby
Aug 28, 2014
Scot Kelby offers a quick and easy trick for getting better looking people shots with a flash, in this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 3.
Scott Kelby on Six Quick Tips for Fixing Facial Challenges
By Scott Kelby
Aug 27, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 2, Scott Kelby offers six tips for photographing facial features such as a big nose, round face, wrinkles, or big ears.
Apple Management Concepts for Deploying and Maintaining iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks Devices
By Arek Dreyer, Kevin M. White
Aug 26, 2014
This chapter from Managing Apple Devices: Deploying and Maintaining iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks Devices defines Apple’s goals related to iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks Devices, introduces the key iOS and OS X features and services you will use when managing Apple devices, and explores the most common deployment scenarios, or models, to provide a framework on which to build your specific deployment plans.
Prepping Your New Fujifilm X100S Camera to Capture Dynamic Photos
By Kevin Mullins
Aug 26, 2014
Kevin Mullins, author of Fujifilm X100S: From Snapshots to Great Shots, is also one of the first official Fujifilm X-Photographers, using his Fujifilm cameras for professional photography. With his helpful tips for getting started with the Fujifilm X100S, you can produce great photos from your very first shots.
Scott Kelby on Getting More Interesting Mountain Shots
By Scott Kelby
Aug 26, 2014
In this excerpt from The Digital Photography Book, Part 1, Scott Kelby shares his advice for getting fantastic mountain (and flower) shots.
Apple Pro Training Series: OS X Support Essentials 10.9: System Troubleshooting
By Kevin M. White, Gordon Davisson
Aug 25, 2014
This excerpt from Apple Pro Training Series: OS X Support Essentials 10.9: Supporting and Troubleshooting OS X Mavericks explains the OS X startup process, examines essential files and processes required to successfully start up, covers the various startup modes used by OS X, and shows how to troubleshoot the processes used at startup and login.
The 46 Rules of Genius: Rule 29: Invest in Your Originality
By Marty Neumeier
Aug 21, 2014
Originality is the ability to dream, to disassociate your thoughts from the linear and logical and end up someplace new. And like many skills that were once thought to be inborn, it must be learned.
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.
Working with Objects in Adobe InDesign CC (2014 release)
By Kelly Kordes Anton, John Cruise
Aug 19, 2014
In this lesson from Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release), you’ll work on a pair of spreads that make up a four-page newsletter. You’ll add text and images and make several modifications to the objects on the two spreads.
Working with Images in JavaScript
By Dori Smith, Tom Negrino
Aug 18, 2014
Rollovers are a great tool, but you can do much more than rollovers with JavaScript, such as automatically change images, create ad banners, build slideshows, and display random images on a page. In this chapter from JavaScript: Visual QuickStart Guide, 9th Edition, you’ll learn how to make JavaScript do all of these image tricks.
Adding and Styling Text in Adobe Muse CC (2014 release)
By Brian Wood
Aug 14, 2014
Adobe Muse provides numerous tools for creating, editing, and formatting text, whether it’s created within the program or imported from another source. Brian Wood shows you how to add styling and text in Adobe Muse CC in this excerpt from Adobe Muse CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release).
Five Critical Techniques for Creating Seamless Photoshop Composites
By Bret Malley
Aug 13, 2014
Bret Malley, author of Adobe Master Class: Advanced Compositing in Photoshop, enjoys creating digital composites that sometimes seem to turn reality upside-down. Learn five of his techniques for using Photoshop's digital sleight-of-hand to create results that can blow your mind.
How to Compose a Soundtrack in GarageBand on Your iPad and iPhone
By Jeff Carlson
Aug 12, 2014
Using Apple’s GarageBand app on the iPhone or iPad, you can easily assemble a song. In this chapter from iPad and iPhone Video: Film, Edit, and Share the Apple Way, learn how to calculate tempo from movie length, build a soundtrack using loops, record your own material, and share the song using iMovie.

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