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  • Blog
    Meet Tuts+ Reader Crystal AdkinsCrystal preview
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    Read how Crystal Adkins used online learning to turn a personal blog into a full-time business.Read More…
  • For Kids
    Photoshop For Kids: Fun Reflections!Previewimage
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    Create a fun alternate reflection from a magic mirror in this tutorial designed for kids and their parents!Read More…
  • Street
    Choosing a Camera for the Street: 7 Tips to Help You Find the Equipment You NeedWstreetpreview
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    With so many cameras available today, finding the one that's right for you to use on the street can seem daunting—but it doesn’t need to. Following are 7 tips to help you find the equipment that lets your unique vision shine.Read More…
  • Drones
    15 Tips for Cinematic Drone VideoCinema%20tips
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    In this tutorial we take a look at how to achieve cinematic aerial shots with a UAV. We'll explore shot techniques, time of day, camera settings, and some post-processing in After Effects.Read More…
  • Digital Asset Management
    How to Choose Asset Management Software for Your Digital Picture ArchivePreview dam article
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    Everyone needs a DAM solution to manage images. In this article, you'll learn how to pick the right one for you.Read More…
  • Digital Asset Management
    Do You Need a Picture Archive?You need an archive
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    Digital asset management may sound like a complex, burdensome task necessary only for someone else's collections of images, but a digital asset management system needs to be only as big or as complex as your collection requires. Work your way through a few questions to determine what you might need to get started.Read More…
  • Photo Editing
    New Course: The Photographer's PortfolioPhotographers portfolio small
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    How do you take a body of photographic work and edit it into a cohesive, professional portfolio? The Photographer's Portfolio demystifies the portfolio, how to make one, and how to use it. In this course you will learn how to best present your work in a way that communicates your personal vision as a photographer, builds your confidence, and helps maintain a fulfilling photography practice.Read More…
  • Licensing
    Understanding Copyright and Licensing for PhotographyPreview
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    Copyright and licensing of images can be a hard thing to get your head around. In this article I’ll explain the most common licensing agreements and their implications.Read More…
  • Blog
    Tuts+ for KidsWeb design for kids 01
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    Recently we decided to create some tutorials specifically aimed at kids, helping them master traditionally "grown-up" subjects like web design and Photoshop image manipulation. Here's how it worked out, and what we learned from the process.Read More…
  • Stock
    How to Find Good Stock PhotographyPreview
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    It can be hard to find good quality stock photography that’s free to use. A search engine will bring up a wealth of results so in this article I’ll focus on my favourites and help you put together a great list that you’ll be able to revisit time and time again.Read More…
  • Photo Manipulation
    How to Create a Fantasy Flaming Deer With Adobe PhotoshopDeer thumbnail
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a fantasy deer with a fire effect. You'll work with blending and adjustment layers to combine different stock images into a cohesive scene. You'll also learn how to work with fire, create a lighting effect and enhance the depth of field.Read More…
  • Portrait
    The Ideal Studio Lighting Setup for Headshot PhotographyHeadshot photography
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    Sometimes shooting with natural light is not an option, or maybe you want a lighting setup that doesn’t change with the time of day and the weather. If that’s the case then you will need to create artificial light. In this short video tutorial, you'll learn how to create a mobile studio that you can use to get great headshots.Read More…
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  • Pv open assignments

    Open Assignments are learning exercises inspired by our courses

    There's a bit of a chicken-and-egg scenario with creative work: in order to get work (or better work) you have to prove that you are reliable. To prove you are reliable you have to have made creative work. These assignments will help you build up that critical photography and video experience. 

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  • Jpeg restoration tutorial

    Retouching and restoration are the parts of the post-production process where an image is cleaned, corrected, and, in some cases, made usable again. In this learning guide you will learn how to remove unwanted dust, scratches, camera malfunctions, lens deficiencies, exposure problems, and more.

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  • Making it happen

    In our article for International Women’s Day we looked at the contributions women have made to photography and how they’ve shaped photography for their own goals. Inspired by the women we profiled, we're continuing with the 2015 theme for International Women’s Day and, over the year, will profile women who are currently “making it happen” in photography and video.


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