How to Shoot a Dynamic Timelapse and Hyperlapse
Adding time lapses into your project can elevate your project and add a splash of character, but what are they? And how do we capture them? Time lapses are visually dynamic pieces of video content that are meant to show the passing of time. You can have a simple, static time-lapse or you can mix it up a little and play with long exposure or even add movement to your time-lapse to create a motion time-lapse or hyper-lapse. Time-lapses can be beautiful! They just require a bit of work to get right and there are a few things that you need to look out for to avoid making common beginner mistakes.
In this regularly updated course, instructor David Rivers covers the latest features added to Microsoft Office 365 including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, and new apps added to the Office suite. Find out how to use the new natural language query feature in Excel, get writing and research assistance, get someone's attention in Outlook, create better lists in PowerPoint, and visualize math concepts using the math assistant in OneNote. Plus, learn about new apps in the Office 365 suite including To-Do and Forms. This course is updated on a regular basis; check back often to get up to speed with the latest features.
The collaboration and communication that Microsoft Teams enables can be an invaluable tool for businesses, as shown by the exponential growth of Microsoft Teams usage during the pandemic. But how can you administer meetings and policies effectively?
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Graphic design for beginners including Graphic Design Theories, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, CC & Creative Thinking
Peter Coulson Photography - Bec Doof
Bec recently got back from a festival (or ‘doof’ as we say here in Australia) and gave Peter the challenge of recreating one of the photos taken at the festival. The inspiration photo was shot with natural midday sunlight, which was quite a challenge for Peter to recreate in the studio on an overcast day.
Learn how to vectorize in Adobe Illustrator on the iPad in this class by Maja Faber.
In this class, Maja will teach you the ins and outs of the Vectorize tool in Adobe Illustrator on the iPad. You’ll learn how to use it to vectorize all sorts of artwork, from hand-drawn watercolors and line drawings to digital sketches and texturized colored artwork.
Patreon - Misty Moss - Shooting Dark + Moody Boudoir in HARSH Light
Misty Moss is creating self portraiture boudoir photography + tutorials I'm super excited to be launching this page! Finally - freedom to post the art I create as it's meant to be seen. Thank you so much for joining me on my journey and support the arts - it means so much to me! This set is one of my absolute favourites, I edited a few new exclusive releases for my next tier and I can't wait for them to be seen as they're meant to.
Learn Squared - Greg Rutkowski - Paint Like The Masters
Get ready to paint your very own masterpiece. By studying the timeless works of the Old Masters, you will learn under the guidance of modern master Greg Rutkowski to create beautiful, classical-style paintings of your very own. Sketch, color, light, and create details that even Michelangelo would be proud of. DaVinci didn't have an Undo button at his disposal, so just imagine what you can do with that kind of advantage.
Are you looking for a simpler, more efficient way to author infrastructure resources in Azure? If so, you’re in luck. Azure Bicep is here to help. Bicep is a new domain-specific language (DSL) for deploying resources in Azure. It’s also a much cleaner, more concise language than ARM JSON—cloud admins and DevOps professionals, rejoice!
Showcase Your Work! Design a Digital Zine using Affinity Publisher and issuu.com
Zines, you’ve heard of them and if you are a part of the creative community or just enjoy reading in general, you’ve probably been exposed to one at some point in your life. Zines are, at their very essence, are independently created and published magazines that tell niche stories for niche audiences. Historically, they have been the platform that the counterculture used to freely share ideas. From the perzines of the 1930s to the underground punk rock zines of the 80s and the feminine manifestos of the 90s, zines have influenced creative culture and society as a whole for decades. They disseminate the voice of people under oppressive rule, they inspire people to take a stand through their art and they have a unique way of building community. This month, we are going to talk about zines and their latest rendition the digital zine and how you can utilize the concept as a form of self expression or promotion for your creative work. Whether you are an artist and illustrator looking to showcase your work, a designer who wants to create a unique portfolio or someone with a bigger creative idea wanting to bring it to life on pages with a team of fellow creatives, this class is for you. I’ve done a lot of creative work over the last 15 - but some of my most memorable experiences were during my time publishing my indie zine: Halfstack Magazine. What started off as a fashion project, launched into a 6 year self directed creative journey showcasing the best of Indie Chicago creatives in fashion, art and music. I did this alongside some of my most creative and inspiring friends that included photographers, artists, writers, graphic designers, stylists, makeup artists fashion specialists and so many more.
Confidence With Colour: Learn To Mix Your Paints With Ease
Learning to mix colour is an art in itself and I’ve designed this class to help strengthen your knowledge so you can use colour with confidence in your artworks.
There are four fun class projects to help you explore your paints and develop your eye for colour.
How To Draw an Anime Portrait - So that anyone can do it
In this class, you'll learn how to draw an anime / manga character portrait from scratch! I break everything down into simple to draw shapes and explain everything I'm doing. We start by building up the structure of the bust from simple shapes and then follow it up with all the necessary details.
Photoshop for Morons by Gavin Hardcastle
Have you ever tried using Adobe Photoshop only to end up in a total state of confusion?
One minute you’re adding a layer mask and the next, you’re rolling around in a sobbing heap on the floor with your computer on fire? We’ve all been there. It’s not just you.
Relax and breathe a sigh of relief because ‘Photoshop For Morons‘ is finally here.
Observe Jerry's flawless posing and lighting techniques as you watch behind the scenes footage of his Fashion Shoots.
Blender 3D: Easy Realistic Chair Scene
Welcome to my brand new blender tutorial in which we will learn how to create this Amazing Realistic Chair Scene. Now this tutorial is extremely easy and is made for blender beginners who have very little experience.
In this tutorial, we're gonna be covering the basics of Modelling, Texturing, Lighting and Rendering in Blender so you can take your 3d art skills to the next level.