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Create Visual Depth in Your Photographs with Color
By Jerod Foster
Dec 27, 2013
Colors help us construct dimension in a photograph, from both a visual and a conceptual or interpretive perspective. In this chapter, Jerod Foster discusses color theory and how you can use it to add visual depth to your photographs.
Digital Product Management: Analyzing and Prioritizing Enhancements for Website and Mobile App Design
By Kristofer Layon
Dec 26, 2013
This chapter will help you think about priorities that make sense and then set up a structure that will enable you to stick to them. This chapter focuses on two frameworks for analyzing priorities: Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs and the Kano Model.
The Minecraft Guide for Parents: Getting Started
By Cori Dusmann
Dec 25, 2013
Cori Dusmann covers the options for purchasing Minecraft, as well as the steps involved in downloading and installing Minecraft.
TextEdit for Word Processing in OS X Mavericks
By Lynn Beighley
Dec 24, 2013
TextEdit is a small yet surprisingly powerful word processor. Lynn Beighley shows you how to perform many tasks in TextEdit, including create a document, find and replace words, use text styles, work with tabs and indents, create lists that number themselves, create tables, print automatic page numbers, correct spelling, select noncontiguous text, show substitutions, and read Microsoft Word files.
Primary Color Adjustments for Video and Cinema
By Alexis Van Hurkman
Dec 23, 2013
In this chapter Alexis Van Hurkman examines the common methods you can use to make primary color adjustments to affect an overall image.
Post-Production for Senior High School Portraiture: Where It All Comes Together
By Sal Cincotta
Dec 20, 2013
Sal Cincotta shows you pairs of photos showing each shot’s Before and After image for you to use for inspiration and to get a sense of what’s possible with your imagery when you choose to take your images further than what you get at the time of capture.
An Introduction to Minecraft: What Parents Should Know
By Cori Dusmann
Dec 19, 2013
Minecraft has become a household name over the past couple of years. Cori Dusmann explains some of the basics of the game, exploring what makes it fascinating to players of all ages.
Don't Be Intimidated by a Blank Page: Just Draw with Lines!
By Robin Landa
Dec 19, 2013
This chapter is full of ideas that will help you to get past any trepidation and just start drawing.
Managing The Holidays With Your iPhone or iPad
By Lisa L. Spangenberg
Dec 18, 2013
Lisa Spangenberg offers up her favorite iPhone and iPad apps for making shopping, cooking, and entertaining a little bit easier.
Master Your Files in OS X Mavericks
By Jeff Carlson
Dec 18, 2013
Files are the foundation of working within OS X, and you can make them work to your advantage. Jeff Carlson shows you how to share, copy, move and delete files, goes over Finder essentials, and explains how to find files with Spotlight.
Top Ten Tips for More Convincing Lighting and Rendering
By Jeremy Birn
Dec 17, 2013
Author Jeremy Birn shares ten tips adapted from his new book Digital Lighting & Rendering, Third Edition on creating more convincing lighting and rendering.
Digital Asset Management in Adobe Experience Manager
By Shane Closser
Dec 16, 2013
Learn how Adobe's Digital Asset Management system will increase the overall value of AEM by simplifying integration of rich media into your web experience.
FuelBooks Holiday Tip: Get the Most from Your Food Photos, Even When on the Road
By Nicole S. Young
Dec 14, 2013
Heading over the river and through the woods? Well, you've got to stop and eat at some point. If you want to capture your culinary journey on camera, Nicole S. Young, author of FuelBook Tips from a Pro: Travel Photography, has some tips for you.
FuelBooks Holiday Tip: Get the Best Picture of Your Pet for Your Holiday Card
By Alan Hess
Dec 13, 2013
Alan Hess, author of FuelBook Pet Portraits That Stand Out: Creating a Classic Photograph of Your Cat or Dog, offers tips for getting the best picture of your pet.
FuelBooks Holiday Tip: Time to Treat Yourself? The Pro’s Secret for Choosing Your Next Camera Lens
By Rob Sheppard
Dec 12, 2013
Rob Sheppard, author of FuelBook Choosing the Right Lens for Nature and Landscape Photography, offers some advice for how to choose your next lens.
FuelBooks Holiday Tip: Time for a Post-Holiday Purge? Sell Your Stuff on eBay by Creating Effective Photos with Simple Backgrounds
By Alan Hess
Dec 11, 2013
Alan Hess, author of Shooting for eBay: Creating Simple and Effective Product Shots for Online Auctions and Sales, shows you how to create his favorite clean background for eBay photos.
FuelBooks Holiday Tip: Compose a Photograph with Multiple People for Your Holiday Card
By Dan Ablan
Dec 10, 2013
In this excerpt from his FuelBook, Composition for Portraiture: Creating Compelling Headshots, Group Shots, and Senior Pictures, Dan Ablan shows you that the way you can be more creative with group composition is to photograph them in small groups.
A Photographer's Gear Guide for Expanding to Video
By Jefferson Graham
Dec 9, 2013
Are you a photographer who is interested in getting into video? Jefferson Graham, author of Video Nation: A DIY guide to planning, shooting, and sharing great video from USA Today's Talking Tech host, gets you started with a list of his favorite video gear.
FuelBooks Holiday Tip: Less Is More for Your Holiday Card
By Khara Plicanic
Dec 9, 2013
Khara Plicanic shares a tip on how to get the most out of your holiday card in this excerpt from her FuelBook, Design Your Own Holiday Cards: Three DIY Projects with Photoshop & Photoshop Elements.
Adobe LiveCycle Designer: Working with PDF and Acrobat
By J. P. Terry
Dec 5, 2013
Learn how to create these various types of PDFs and understand how and why to use each one.

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