Have you ever seen a piece of art created by a fellow designer and wonder what font they used in their project? I certainly have. The other day I was getting distracted on the Internet (hey, we’ve all done that – no judging allowed) and I stumbled across this handy little tool to help identify what fonts designers are using in their projects.
There are many articles, blogs, and even whole books out there discussing how to record a composition, and introducing you to the most known and famous rules or guidelines of composition such as the rule of thirds, converging lines, looking for patterns, utilizing surrounding texture, filling your frame, and on and on and on… and I 100% agree with all that. In fact, these are the ABCs of photography, and whether you choose to follow or break those rules, you should be familiar with them to begin with.
To maximize the success of your website(s), a clearly defined “call to action” is necessary. A call to action is the art of intriguing your visitors to either click a button, fill out a form, or any other interaction between themselves and your website. Below we will take a look at 10 examples and outline Photoshop tips for increasing the effectiveness of your call to action.
If you want to exhibit your work, here’s an article for you! Find out what to expect from exhibitions, when and when not to exhibit your work, and how to promote yourself.
Here are 10 tips to help you improve the composition in your photos. Whenever you’re stuck figuring out how to compose a photo, you can use any one of these tips to get you started.