By Richard Harrington | Saturday, February 21, 2015
Having back-up batteries is essential when you’re on a shoot, and GoPro batteries are no exception.
Many third-party companies, as well as GoPro, have options available in the marketplace. This begs the question, Which is the best GoPro battery?
This week on Video Gear Weekly, Rich and Robbie put different GoPro Hero4 batteries to the test to see which brand works best.
By Cliff Goldmacher | Saturday, February 21, 2015
Whether you’re brand new to songwriting or have been at it for decades, like I have, there are certain things that are universally true. Like this: At various times, songwriting is going to feel like a struggle. You can get lots of tips on making it in the music business from my new lynda.com course Write, Think, and Act Like a Professional Songwriter. But here are a few tips for songwriters to make the process feel like less of a burden:
By David Franz | Friday, February 20, 2015
We’re proud to introduce a new four-part interview series offering a look inside the music industry through the insights and stories of four of its rule-breakers.
Watch as music producer Bobby Owsinski interviews iconic industry personalities Al Schmitt, Richard Gibbs, Hanson Hsu, and Michael Beinhorn—all of whom have an uncanny capacity for adaptation, reinvention, and making their own luck.
We kick off the series with Al Schmitt with Bobby Owsinski: Wrapping Cables to Winning Grammys featuring the Grammy-winningest music producer/engineer in history (23 so far!).
By Cynthia Sanchez | Friday, February 20, 2015
A source of web traffic and increased revenue for many companies, Pinterest is especially popular with businesses in the home decor, fashion, and food industries.
But did you know that freelancers can also use Pinterest to attract and retain clients?
Here’s how to use Pinterest to promote your business.
By David Blatner | Thursday, February 19, 2015
I don’t just like InDesign; I LOVE it.
But as with even the closest couples, there are still some features in it that drive me batty. Like the content grabber donut—that little icon that appears when you pan over an image. You might call it a bagel or an “O.” Whatever you call it, it’s just not that helpful.
So in this super-short, super-sweet video from my InDesign Secrets series, I show you how to hide the icon, without changing any of InDesign’s behaviors or preferences.
By Starshine Roshell | Thursday, February 19, 2015
For two decades, Photoshop has been an essential part of lynda.com training.
To celebrate the tool’s 25th anniversary, we’ve created lots of brand new Photoshop tutorials and documentaries for you. Visit our Photoshop tribute page for tons of new tricks and artist interviews.
But first—we asked our Photography and Design authors, “What’s the coolest thing you ever made with Photoshop?”
Here’s what they showed us.
By Josh Zweig | Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Of all the things on your to-do list, neat record-keeping probably doesn’t fall high on the list. But when your neighborhood tax auditor comes around, you may wish it had.
Many business owners don’t keep proper records, so they get burned during a tax audit, paying out hard-earned dollars in interest and penalties. Fortunately, with cloud accounting software like Freshbooks, you can “audit-proof” your books to stay in the clear—and reduce your stress during tax season.
Here’s how to avoid a tax audit using FreshBooks.
By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Welcome to another installment of Deke’s Techniques. This week Deke shows how to take some plain, unassuming type and “chisel” it with Photoshop.
Even though the final effect appears carved in stone, the text remains fully editable, thanks to Photoshop’s Smart Objects and Smart Filters.
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