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Working in a graphic design company is a fulfilment for many designers. It is where they get experiences that they would not be able to get when working alone. There are so many challenges that one needs to face when working in a graphic design company but after overcoming such challenges it is all worth it. Challenges would include dealing with your boss and co-workers. Not to mention the tons of work that you need to do for you do not have a choice but really do it.
But aside from those challenges, there are also some benefits and advantages in working in a graphic design company. Although you might have known the advantages of freelancing, it is now time for you to chew on the benefits of working in a firm. For this post, you will be able to know the good things you’ll get from your company. If you are at the point of thinking on switching jobs, then this article can help you weigh your decision. Come take a look.
1. Gives you a stable income.
Written by Steve Patterson. Adobe Photoshop is the world’s most powerful (and popular) image editor, trusted by both amateur and professional photographers everywhere to help their photos look their very best. With that in mind, it may surprise you to learn that Photoshop’s default color settings – that is, the settings that determine the range of colors and tonal values we have available to us when editing and retouching our images – are actually preventing our photos from looking the way they should, both when viewed on screen and when printed. In this tutorial, we’ll learn why the default color settings are not the best choice and which settings will give us better results.
Just because it’s miserable outside doesn’t mean you can’t take great winter photos. With a bit of imagination and perhaps some warm clothes, there is no reason your photography has to hibernate for the winter.
Winter offers some wonderful picture-taking opportunities, both outdoors and in, and we hope this list of 53 photo ideas inspires you to crawl out from under your duvet. Snow, rain and frost make great subjects, and the constantly changing light can be both a challenge and a revelation.
Of course, the short winter days mean you might only have a few precious hours of light to work with, but there are just as many photo opportunities after dark, whether you’re out in the city streets or in the comfort of your own home.
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You guys know I love taking photos of Miley and Howie running around like lunatics in the backyard. If you’ve ever wondered what the best settings to use to get action photos sharp and in focus were, here’s my go-to recipe for tack-sharp action photos. I use these five simple settings every single time. I still take a lot of photos, and I still get a lot of out of focus shots, but with these settings I get a whole lot more in focus than out of focus, and playing with my camera in the backyard with the pups is a much more pleasant experience. 😉
- A DSLR (I used a Nikon D800 Digital SLR Camera)
- Lens (I used a Nikon AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED Lens)
- A Shoe Mounted Flash (I used a Nikon SB-910 AF Speedlight i-TTL Shoe Mount Flash)
- A Tripod
- Sheet of Paper
The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. If you do not want to follow along with the photography portion of this tutorial, you are welcome to download the RAW file, and begin this tutorial in Section 3.