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- Five Best Action Cameras
- Drones 101: Flying And Photography Tips For Beginners
- The Simplest Free Tools For Common Photo Edits (That Aren't Photoshop)
- Five Best Image Hosting Web Sites
- Make An Animated GIF Photo Frame With A Raspberry Pi
- Build Your Own Adobe Creative Suite With Free And Cheap Software
Keyboard shortcuts are the ticket to working faster in many programs. This cheat sheet will help you work more efficiently in Adobe Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Premier Pro.
Whether you’re looking for a sturdy camera you can strap to yourself while you go biking or climbing, or one you can attach to your car to capture the craziness of the road or protect yourself from fraud, a good action camera is a must. Long battery life, durability, ease of use, accessible storage — this week we’re looking at five cameras that have it all, based on reader nominations.
Camera Instructor is a free web-based photography school that teaches you the fundamentals of photography through videos and interactive exercises. It’s taught by photographer and programmer Cody Meyer, and each lesson starts with an instructional video followed by mini exercises (using in-browser camera simulators) that test what you learnt.
Abraham Joffe is an award-winning Australian cinematographer specialising in documentaries and nature videos. His expertise in drone imaging recently landed him a producing role on Tales by Light; a six-part television series by Canon and National Geographic which kicked off last week. We asked Joffe to share his tips for flying drones and taking photos with them.
LED lighting panels for photography can cost $500 or more, but if you’re willing to put in a little elbow grease, Make shows you how build your own for about $100.