Grammar. No, it’s not the shrink from Cheers and Frasier. That’s Kelsey GRAMMER. Grammar is the backbone of a creative writer. The single most powerful weapon in their arsenal. Why? Because no amount of creativity can overcome lacking proper grammar. … Continue reading →
10 Best Final Cut Pro X Tutorial and Training Websites
From extensive FCPX training classes to active forums and weekly podcasts, we’ve rounded up the the best online FCPX tutorial and training resources for video editors. Pick up new FCPX tips, meet other pro editors and give back to the online post production community by sharing your own FCPX knowledge.
In this article, we are going to share 20 websites that offer great Photoshop tutorials for both beginners and intermediate users.
Most websites offer easy Photoshop tutorials for beginners and also some have more complex Photoshop tutorials for the intermediate user. You can also learn Photoshop and use Photoshop appropriately by going into forums and discussing it with other users.
Let’s start off with a handy website called 10steps.sg. This site offers multiples samples of Photoshop images. These samples are normally used as templates or as an inspiration for designing your own masterpiece. The templates cover everything from name cards to blog designs. Freebies such as Photoshop brushes and custom shapes are also available.
Abduzeedo Abduzeedo is a website where there is a handy collection of tutorials and visual inspirations. Tutorials range from the beginner’s designing to much more complex currency designing. It also offers a wide variety of…
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Pitching. Every writer has to do it. Few do it well. And unfortunately, fewer receive it well. There are books written about horrible pitch reception stories. This article brings up a few that are more common than you think. You … Continue reading →
For those that have had conversations with me already, you know the importance of networking as a writer. And in TV and Film, there is no better way to gain the respect of many than working on set. But also … Continue reading →
Jessica Bendinger has had a strong track record of films with a strong female presence. As in, her films generally have more than one female character of note and they even interact with one another rather than a gaggle of … Continue reading →
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So the prior article showed you a way to flesh out your first draft in 30 days… This article shows you all the ways you sabotage your first drafts. Read this and tell me how many you can recognize already … Continue reading →
Who wants a first draft of their novel banged out in 30 days, raise your hands. Ok, ok. It’s like a sea of fingers before me. Having a huge appreciation for The Guardian, they score once again with a surprisingly … Continue reading →