There’s nothing worse than coming home after a shoot only to find that your perfect image has a spot on it. Whether that’s a dust spot or blemish on a subject that’s more obvious in the image than in the viewfinder, you need tools to correct spots.
We have reached one of the most important months in history: Black History Month. Let’s create an amazing collage together to celebrate this month.
This is the final lesson in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
Shopify is a powerful yet accessible eCommerce platform, and creating an online store with it is an easy task to accomplish. In our new course, How to Create an Online Store With Shopify, your instructor Adi Purdila will walk you through all the steps necessary to get an online store up and running with Shopify.
While having a top-notch website is important for just about everyone, there are certain industries where it can make an even greater impact. The food and dining industry has to be among them. Let’s take a moment and think about just how important a restaurant’s website can be to its success.
As a filmmaker, you know how important it is to get your lighting right, but this can only really come from a good understanding of how light works. Knowing what you want to achieve is half the battle.
This is part three in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
Welcome to another ThemeKeeper Tuts+ quick tip; in today’s video we’re going to talk about Instagram filters. If you’re an Instagram user (and probably even if you’re not) you’ll be aware that it offers you various different filters which you can apply to a photo you’re uploading. Nowadays you can achieve similar results in the browser using nothing more than CSS. Let’s take a look!
With Vogue declaring 2018 to be ‘The Year of Optimism’, bold and beautiful colors are firmly back on the fashion world’s radar. Graphic design and illustration are following suit as well, with muted tones making way for cheerful, color-box brights that won’t fail to raise a smile.
Procreate is my favorite drawing app available for the iPad.
This is part two in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.