Some things change so gradually we hardly notice a difference from year to year. Not so with the digital world! Tech culture evolves constantly -- innovations happen so fast and so frequently that it's nearly impossible to stay ahead of the curve.
Case in point: social media's explosion into the marketing landscape last year. In 2014, whether you're a graphic designer looking for work or
Taking this class, I wasn't expecting much as I had previously had a full semester of Digital Design.
With that being said, I came out of this class much more knowledgeable in Adobe Photoshop than I was before.
Wes Price was able to fit the basics and beyond in this 8 hour, hands-on course. I was glad he spent some time on the "pen-tool"because it is
The one thing they don't teach you in art school is how to make a living off your art. So believe me, when Zach and I started BDA 10 years ago we had no clue what were doing in a "business"-sense, as I'm a filmmaker and he's a web developer! We were winging it, and it was fun. We had no expectations, so everything that happened
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I've been shooting video professionally for over 20 years, and I realized recently that I'm enjoying it now more thanever! Not that it was a chore before, but I'm feeling now more like an artist, not just a cameraman. Back in the day (early 1990's), the video equipment I used was big, solid, and quite heavy. The footage I shot on my Sony Betacam back
Becoming a music photographer requires - first and foremost and most obviously - a love of photography.
Taking photos should be your day to day life, acting as a hobby or pastime which you can’t help but indulge in, harboring ambitions of your snaps being on the glossy front cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Of course in addition to that love of taking photos, a
1. Keep Your Script Simple: The first step to creating any film is writing a script. When writing a script for a low budget short, you have to constantly keep your budget in mind. Don’t write it in explosions and high speed car chases, when you know you only have $500 to spend. Keep the number of actors low; the lower the number of actors
I was catching up on some industry reading the other day and came across a great info graphic from White Shark Media. The info graphic goes into the things that he wished someone had told him when he was a Google AdWords beginner and I felt the need to share it with the wonderful people reading this blog.
28 Tips For AdWords Beginners I Wish
Came upon this, recently….
At one time, this was a debate. It may still be, in some circles, but I sure haven't heard the rumblings that we heard when the technology first became available, and clever folk took to putting color to what we've always known as a monochrome existence, deftly captured on 35mm movie film.
Purists rage about this stuff. I've never been
By now, I'm sure you've heard about the decision by the Chicago Sun-Times to eliminate its entire photography staff and rely on the camera phones of the reporters at the scene/event. It probably goes without saying how unfortunate this is on so many levels; the first being that there are now a handful of people who are absolute professionals at what they do who are