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"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Jerod Foster
Jul 24, 2012
Jerod Foster, author of Storytellers: A Photographer's Guide to Developing Themes and Creating Stories with Pictures, shares some advice that has made an impact on his career.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with John Batdorff
Oct 16, 2012
Award-winning landscape and travel photographer John Batdorff shares six critical points of advice that are sure to inspire you˜no matter what stage you're at in the creative process.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Khara Plicanic
Nov 13, 2012
Khara Plicanic, author of Your Camera Loves You: Learn to Love it Back, explains that know-how, patience, and persistence are the keys to a successful photograph.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Lindsay Adler
By Lindsay Adler
Sep 4, 2012
New York fashion photographer and author Lindsay Adler knows that success doesn't come without risk. Don't be afraid to ask for opportunities, and remember that rejection is just another part of the process.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Rob Sheppard
Aug 7, 2012
Rob Sheppard, author of Landcapes: From Snapshots to Great Shots, shares how using the camera lens to see can have a profound impact on any photographer's work.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Rob Sylvan
Dec 11, 2012
Rob Sylvan suggests that being a better photographer doesn't have to do with anything directly related to photography, but with a simple (and not-so-simple) directive about how to live your life.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Teri Campbell
Oct 30, 2012
In a field with no contracts, reputation and relationships seem important to building a steady stream of work. But Teri Campbell, author of Food Photography and Lighting thinks it takes a lot more than that.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Tom Bol
Aug 21, 2012
Tom Bol, author of Adventure Sports Photography, tells readers how being true to his goals and identity as a photographer has helped him achieve real world success.
(Serious) Fun with Web, Mobile, and Dreamweaver CS5.5
Aug 30, 2011
With the rapid spread of smartphones and tablets, responsive web design has become the order of the day. No problem, argues David Powers, author of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5 Studio Techniques: Designing and Developing for Mobile with jQuery, HTML5, and CSS3. Dreamweaver CS5.5 puts the necessary tools at your disposal, and formerly dreaded chores, like rounding corners on elements, or adding drop shadows and transparent backgrounds, have become a real pleasure.
[digital] Directing - Types of Shots
Feb 28, 2003
Directing in the digital environment involves significant camera work. Dan Ablan explains what types of shots to use in different situations.
[digital] Visual Effects and Compositing: 3D for VFX
Nov 20, 2014
In 3D, anything can be created, from props and digital prosthetics to entire sets and even full 3D worlds. Jon Gress shows you how it works in this excerpt from [digital] Visual Effects and Compositing.
“Brown Paper and String” Moments
Nov 13, 2006
“Perspectifying” Artwork on a Vertical Plane
Jul 1, 2001
from FreeHand 9 Authorized, by Tony Roame
1 + 1 = 11: The Mathematics of Brand Collaboration
Feb 28, 2003
Learn the three basic methods of brand collaboration from Marty Neumeier, author of "The Brand Gap."
10 Cool Things You Can Do with Your Kindle Fire
Jan 18, 2012
Did you know that you can email documents, load your own content, and sideload apps with the Kindle Fire? Scott McNulty, author of The Kindle Fire Pocket Guide, offers a list of ten cool things he loves about the Kindle Fire.
10 Easy Steps to Using Minecraft in Your Class
Jan 19, 2015
You know how involving (and fun!) Minecraft can be for building user communities. How can you put Minecraft to work in your classroom? Colin Gallagher, author of An Educator's Guide to Using Minecraft in the Classroom: Ideas, Inspiration, and Student Projects for Teachers, provides a quick 10-step program for adding Minecraft to your teaching toolbox.
10 Fundamental Rules of Designing for Digital Magazines
Nov 29, 2012
Is your online magazine just an electronic version of your print publication? You're wasting a huge opportunity! In 10 quick tips, Sandee Cohen, co-author of Digital Publishing with Adobe InDesign CS6, demonstrates how to give immediacy and freshness to your digital magazine's experience.
10 Minutes with Flash: ActionScript You'll Never Have to Write Again
Feb 6, 2004
Robert Hoekman, Jr. is just as tired of writing code as you are, so he offers up some timely tips on storing ActionScript and loading it on-the-fly in this fourth installment of "10 Minutes with Flash."
10 Minutes with Flash: Bitmap Video Effects
Dec 5, 2003
In the first of a bi-weekly series of articles called "10 Minutes with Flash," Robert Hoekman, Jr. demonstrates how to make reality pretty again with faux video effects using simple bitmaps.
10 Minutes with Flash: Collision Detection for Flash Games
Mar 26, 2004
Spend 10 minutes with Robert Hoekman, Jr. to learn how to create collision detection for a Flash game.

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