From photography tips to graphic design and music production, this is where you’ll find tips, software, and tutorials related to the creative arts.
Imagine you’d boot Windows to a new stunning wallpaper every day. We show you how to use Reddit and John’s Background Switcher to set up a dynamic desktop that updates automatically.
The Private Character Editor is almost a monochrome replica of MS Paint but with a different creative use. If you want to create your own fonts or symbols, this is the tool to fire up.
You can make some money with photography by creating and selling stock photos. Considering how expensive cameras, lenses, and accessories can be, it’s a great way to offset those costs.
There are many ways to become a YouTube personality, but it’ll take a lot of effort. Here are the three most essential skills you’ll need to make your videos pleasing to watch.
Adobe Lightroom uses a lot of your computer’s resources. The larger your catalog, the slower Lightroom becomes. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to help remedy this problem.
Handbrake is a must-have app for anyone who does any amount of video editing and converting. And now that version 1.0 is here, there’s more reason to use it than ever before.
When you use flash in your photography, sometimes the light can be too harsh and bright. These DIY diffusers cost nothing and will make your photos much better!
With 2016 at an end, it’s time to generate an overview of your best Instagram photos from 2016!
Microsoft Word isn’t the first choice for drawing logos. It doesn’t have the credentials to merit a place in a lineup of design software. But can it gatecrash? Let’s take a risk.
Photoshop plugins are one of the best ways to boost your workflow and improve your photo-editing results — and right now you can get 10 awesome free plugins from Auto FX!
It’s easy enough to take a digital photo and print it out, but going the opposite direction isn’t so easy — unless you use this awesome app that handles it all for you.
In a world where most forms of visual media move, aren’t photos somewhat bland? Not anymore! Using only Photoshop, you can turn any picture into a beautiful and cinematic video in minutes.
When you take many photos at once and want to make sure they all look and feel the same, the most important step is making sure they all have the same exposure.
Don’t let cinemagraph’s complexity fool you. You can easily create them on your own computer using Photoshop. Here’s our simple
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If you have photography skills and want to make some extra money, this mobile app makes the whole process insanely easy.
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iPhones aren’t the best for taking photos at night, but this nifty app makes it MUCH better for that.
It’s well worth your time to learn a few Lightroom keyboard shortcuts. Together, they can massively speed up your Lightroom processes and make the task of managing your photos more streamlined.
Through the easy magic of Photoshop, you can produce some neat looking portraits.
Photography is not an easy hobby to pick up. The learning curve is steep and the quitting rate is high. But this online camera simulator could help address that.
The following apps and guides might not turn you into a ukulele champion, but they’ll put you on course to get enough familiarity with the instrument to be confident playing it.
Wallpapers are an excellent way to personalize your computer and making your own isn’t as difficult as you might expect. Here’s a simple step-by-step guide.
In the last few years, it’s become a lot easier to control your camera from afar. Previously, it required cables, computers, and a lot of hassle, but wireless is now an option.
If you ever need to split or merge audio files, these free tools will be more than enough for the job.
If you’re lucky enough to live somewhere that it snows regularly, you won’t need to fake it in Photoshop. Thankfully, faking it is easy if you live somewhere hot.