From photography tips to graphic design and music production, this is where you’ll find tips, software, and tutorials related to the creative arts.
GoPro action cameras have enjoyed a rapid rise in popularity in the last few years, but despite their prevalence, there is a lot you probably don’t know about the devices.
While there are plenty of ways to improve your photos, the best way is to improve the process by which you take them. Here are some awesome tips from one of MakeUseOf’s professional photographers.
Why sell or throw away your old smartphone when there are so many ways for you to reuse it? Some of those reuses might be more creative than you thought. Here are some ideas.
If you want to get really good at photography, there are some vital rules around image composition that you should consider. Here are five of the most important.
What can you do when you’re shooting photos in the dark? A combination of knowing your basics and a few tips from pros can make any picture pop, regardless of lighting conditions.
There are lots of exercises that can help “develop your photographic eye”. Here are the most effective ones that we’ve found.
Truth be told, there is no set formula for a successful YouTube channel. But there are a few key ingredients that will make your chances of YouTube fame all the more likely.
Today Cool Websites and Apps points out a few sites that offer you free logos to use as you wish, or that give you insight into the branding that you’re already surrounded by.
There are more ways than ever to start lifelogging in 2016, so we take a look at some of the best apps, services, and gadgets that can help you.
Understanding what works and what doesn’t work in your own photos is the perfect way to improve your photography skills. This guide shows you how and why you should be critiquing your own shots.
How about using a professional-quality InDesign template instead of making your own? This article discusses the best free template sites on the web.
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Tired of smeared or fuzzy selfies? This one trick helps you take a crystal clear shot every time.