Shooting aerial footage with a DJI Phantom and a GoPro can be an awesome thing, but while the system takes care of getting the camera in the air and actually capturing some video, it has an inherent flaw which creates a Jello Effect if the rotor vibrates too much. And indeed both the net (and [...]
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If you are just starting out your film making career, you must have notice the issue of locations by now. The big players get to pick a location and rent it, or to rebuild it in a studio. If you only have limited budget, your second best option may be to build a set. While [...]
Shooting a bullet in mid air requires a special type of detector to ‘catch’ the bullet in mid air. Usually, a special sensor called a ‘gate sensor’ is used. The trick is a gate sensor is that it can calculate the speed of the bullet and ‘nail’ the shot at the right time. Those are [...]
We’ve all interacted with an app walkthrough at some point or another. Heck, some of us designed them. But when you take a look at the design literature out there, you will notice there is very little that specifically deals with app walkthroughs. They are such an important aspect of an app’s overall experience because, […]
Washed out matte effects seem to be really popular in the Photography scene at the moment. These effects look particular cool when combined with warm vintage tones to add a classic nostalgic feeling to your images. Follow this step by step tutorial to process and transform your shots in Photoshop to create a warm washed […]
Adding inline or internal CSS is easy. Just add tag below head and start writing your CSS code. But it’s always recommended to use external stylesheet as it keepsmain HTML file smaller in size that eventually helps loading faster. In this tutorial, we are showing you how to add external CSS to HTML. Steps to add external CSS to HTML ...
Others promote and sell too much without much thought over how they’re affecting others online.
Frank, great use case: getting ready for interviews. I think negativity isn't necessarily a bad thing--it might be where we are at that moment in time. It's honest, and that's kind of the point. Maybe if it makes you uncomfortable to see that negativity, you'll find yourself addressing it more directly--and setting yourself up to redo the exercise sometime down the road when you're in a more positive place. Shelby, great to have you participate and thanks again for sharing your results. Inter
Photoshop tutorials are always welcomed by web and graphic designers because they give them new ways to use the software and explore its potential functionality that they might not be aware of. Tutorials also help newcomers in learning this software and also help the professionals to polish their skills. Keeping this in mind, we thought to compile some fresh Photoshop tutorials that will be very helpful to you.
Adding background color and image is fun and easy in CSS. In this tutorial, we are showing you how to add background color and image in CSS. Steps to add background color and image in CSS 1. First of all, create an html file. You may use any IDE like notepad or notepad ++ or Adobe Dreamweaver to create an html ...
Way back in September, I wrote an article about The Power of a Print. I talked a bit about many of the things we do with our images these days– from editing and processing to sharing and blogging. What we hardly every do anymore, I pointed out, is actually print them. I’m not talking about [...]
A layer mask is often used to control the transparency of the layer. Usually, it’s used when you want to reveal or even hide certain portions of the layer. Follow the steps provided in this tutorial to add a layer mask in Photoshop. Steps to add a layer mask 1. First of all, open Adobe Photoshop. We are using Adobe ...
You spend weeks working on a website, agonizing over every detail and producing something that you can’t wait to show your client. You’re sure the client will be just as overjoyed as you are about the final look. You click …Continue reading →
This is another in a series of articles written from the perspective of someone who was a major graphic design client for more than 25 years at major companies before starting their own graphic design company. My time at these major companies was spent in marketing where there were multimillion-dollar budgets for advertising, point-of-sale, packaging, and various graphic design needs. The Myth The vast majority of my graphic design suppliers assume the client is smart and experienced enough to p
Digital Natives are people who have grown up using technology from early childhood. Their mother tongue is the digital language of computers, video games, and the Internet. These young people, usually between 15 and 25 years old, differ from Digital Immigrants (those born before 1985) in their perceptions of interactive products and the way they behave when using them.