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Sign up for this newsletter | Forward to a Friend August 9, 2011 | Volume 12 Issue 33 Adobe eLearning Suite 2.5: The complete toolbox for creating professional eLearning content. The accelerating demand for interactive design skills is not a threat. It is an opportunity. Seize it. Selling promotional products-like pens, mugs, and corporate gifts-to your clients is a great way to make more money. Editor's Corner Two Mega Doses of Creative Inspiration
When your creative energy needs a fast infusion, visit Typeeverything and Designers Go to Heaven. These two websites won't give you lengthy analysis or even basic how-to, but the curated examples of type and graphic design are ideal for quick hits of inspiration. Here's a sampling of the diverse works showcased on the sites: Terri Stone - Editor in Chief
There's no such thing as absolute truth in photography, says Ben Long, and understanding how and why photos are edited will make you a better shooter and a smarter viewer. You'll also learn about different types of manipulation: everything from what you choose to show in the frame, to post-processing that underscores the emotional impact of an actual event, such as this before-and-after of a pack of lions:
Related Reading: Ben believes that good photography hinges on interesting light.
Gene Gable scanned two British booklets from the 1960s that reveal the secrets of Van Dyke, "The Comedy Balloon Entertainer."
Related Reading: If you can't hire someone like Van Dyke for your next party, enliven it with these vintage games instead.
The new features in Photoshop CS5 have obscure--but handy--uses you probably haven't explored. Five short videos help you unearth these hidden gems and immediately put them into practice.
Related Reading: More on what you may be missing in Photoshop.
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