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Next week, Samsung, Motorola, and Apple are all dropping new products. You might have seen a ton of contradictory rumors all around the internet, most of which are probably false. Here’s how to actually use tech rumors to make better purchasing decisions.
In general, tech rumors aren’t really to be trusted without verification and, until you can actually buy something, they’re pretty useless. However, if you like to think ahead and plan your purchases, this can help separate the wheat from the chaff.
After years of working as an employee for several design firms, I came to freelancing later in my career—and found that I needed to acquire a few new skills.
Here are some things I’ve learned as a freelancer:
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Lighting Fundamentals for Photographers: Learn by Video
Lighting is one of the most important creative components of any image. In this two-hour video, Joe Lavine and Brad Bartholomew–commercial photographers, instructors, and authors of Light Right: Learn How to Create Images, Set Up a Studio, and Launch a Photography Career–step into the studio to create a dynamic approach to learning about studio lighting.
Some people say you should jump in and just start trying to make an app or whatever it is you want to make when you’re interested in learning to code. Others recommend a “bottom-up” approach, learning the basics first and slowly building over time.Semmy Purewal, a programmer at Netflix who previously taught computer programming, defines on O’Reilly the differences between the two approaches:
A lot of my breakthrough creative thoughts come to me when least expected. I’ve talked about “finding creativity” and “creative inspiration” all over the damn place… on podcasts like this and this (twice for example) or given a keynote on it here at SWSW.
That said, I’ve also learned from an entire life in the trenches as an artist what DOESN’T contribute to them (abusing myself, bad head space, partying too much), but more importantly, what does… I’ve learned that creative inspiration is something that can be directly CULTIVATED by putting yourself in a fertile environment. So I’m going to let ‘em rip. Here’s MY personal recipe — my day to day list — of things, states, and activities for cultivating maximum creative inspiration… and I’m guessing it’s different (and more achievable) than you think it is…