Monthly Archives: January 2015

Photography Tips for Shooting in Low Light

Every photographer has encountered situations where there was not enough natural light, usually indoors or at night. And even experienced photographers can find low light shooting a challenge. However, there are several techniques and tools that you can use to handle low light situations and get quality photos. Using wide aperture lenses or prime lenses […]

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InDesign Magazine Issue 70: Inspired Designs

We’re happy to announce that InDesign Magazine Issue 70 (February, 2015) is now available! This month’s theme is Inspired Designs: how designers around the world are making beautiful designs with our favorite page-layout tool. Here’s what the issue includes: Rebecca Bedrossian highlights a variety of innovative design work to inspire you. Justin Seeley shows just how […]

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Download Course Notes

If you love the convenience of online learning, you’ve no doubt heard of If not, run over there and check it out; I’ll wait. I’m a huge fan, not just because several of the course instructors are my friends and colleagues, but because I spend so much time there learning—and dabbling—myself. One of the […]

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HOW Design Live Turns 25

Press release HOW Design Live (@HOWbrand – #HOWLive), the biggest, most inspiring, educational and talked-about design event anywhere in the world, is gearing up for its 25th anniversary conference and expo, May 4-8 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. HOW Design Live is where creative professionals in all disciplines come to learn from the brightest minds in the […]

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Creating a PDF from InDesign’s Print Booklet Feature

You know InDesign has a Print Booklet feature, hiding near the bottom of the File menu. Print Booklet is terrific for doing basic imposition by putting more than one document page on the same printed page, so that when you print and fold (and sometimes cut) the pages, the right page shows up in the right […]

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Show Your Instagram Love

If you’re worried that not enough people will see the Walden-filtered picture of your non-fat soy green tea light-on-the-foam latte on Instagram, might I suggest a tattoo of the image? That way, not only can your followers see your adorable kitten bathed in a 1977 red/orange hue, but so can your 80 year-old neighbor who […]

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Using the EPUB Interactivity Preview Panel

One of the coolest developments for InDesign in 2014 was the news that interactive features like animations could now be included in EPUBs exported from InDesign. And when you’re building interactive content, it’s very important to preview it in order to check the appearance, timing, and other factors. Thus, a new panel was born in InDesign CC 2014.1, […]

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