From photography tips to graphic design and music production, this is where you’ll find tips, software, and tutorials related to the creative arts.
Your hopes of becoming an astronaut may be slim to none, but that doesn’t mean you can’t work for NASA in some capacity. By taking photos of clouds. Seriously.
Video editing on your phone is a lot easier than you think if you use Adobe Premiere Clip.
You don’t need a super-expensive camera to shoot 4K videos. Here’s why you should switch.
While none of these tricks will turn you into Quentin Tarantino overnight, combined they’ll add up to make your video footage look more cinematic.
The action cam market was at one stage dominated by GoPro. However, if you're looking…
Split toning is a technique that can take your photos from good to great. This article explains everything you need to know to get started split toning your photos in Lightroom.
The themed movies feature of Google Photos lets you create wonderful films based on the important people and special events in your life.
Time remapping is a technique for speeding up or slowing down video footage. It’s easy to do in Adobe Premiere Pro!
Organizing your digital photos can be a chore. And there are some mistakes almost everyone makes. Thankfully, there are also some simple solutions.
Content creators are beginning to embrace copyleft over copyright. Here’s what that means and why it’s important, especially if you’re a creator yourself.
One reason why Lightroom is such a powerful photo editing tool is that it’s non-destructive, and there are two main ways you can compare edited images with their originals.
Want to improve your photography skills but don’t have much time? Try one of these skill boosters that will make a difference in 10 minutes or less.
By creating custom presets in Adobe Lightroom, you can cut down on your photo editing time in a significant way.
Photoshop is a surprisingly capable alternative to Illustrator for vector graphics. Here’s an introductory tutorial on how to create vector graphics in Photoshop.
If you want to design a logo, Adobe Illustrator is the best tool in the business. Here’s everything you need to know about designing a logo in Illustrator, from concept to vectorization.
Learning how to draw people isn’t easy, but with these tutorials and YouTube videos, you’ll have all the resources you need to perfect your craft.
If you’re editing photos on Android, Snapseed with serve you well. But if not, we also have a few alternatives to recommend.
Printing photos isn’t a lost art—in fact, it’s a great way to both share your pictures and recapture your motivation for practicing your craft. Here’s a guide to getting the best prints possible.
Thinking of hosting your own videos instead of on YouTube or Vimeo? Here are some reasons why it might be a bad idea.
Here’s how to rotate a wrongly oriented video on Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Wondering how to publish an ebook on Amazon? Kindle Direct Publishing is the answer, and we’ll take you through it step by step.
iPhone and iPad
Don’t own an iPhone with a fancy dual-lens camera? You can still get “portrait mode” photos with a few third party apps instead!
Want to make the best training video possible? Use these ActivePresenter tips to make a professional-level video in no time.
If you’re looking to try your hand at music production, you’re going to want to start with free music production software. These five options will get you started with no cost — but they don’t sacrifice quality.