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Storyist for Mac

Write Your Manifesto Anywhere with This Mobile Friendly Writing App

By Storyist | in Apps + Software

Storyist is the only do-it-all writing platform designed specifically for fiction writers and optimized to be an incredibly powerful word processor on both desktop and mobile platforms. This fully-featured word processor gives you complete control over manuscripts and screenplays, giving you elite annotation power, high-level story viewing, and many more tools to make writing complex projects a breeze.

3.5/5 Stars, Macworld

  • Work off stylesheet templates for manuscripts, screenplays, or customize a manuscript to look how you'd like
  • Implement images, comments, spell checking, smart quotes, headers, footers, & more
  • Jump between standard screenplay elements quickly w/ tab & return key shortcuts
  • Auto-complete scene introductions, locations, times, character names, & transitions to save time
  • Import & export Final Draft FDX & Fountain scripts to share work w/ other screenwriters
  • Get a more complete overview of your story w/ the flexible Outliner
  • Work w/ story sheets, a project organizer, UI themes, & more
  • Track word counts to maintain daily goals
  • Create ePub & Kindle ebooks for self-publication

Details & Requirements

  • Version 3.4.2

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.9 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

Silo 2

Perform 3D Modeling for Games, Movies, Architecture, & More with Complete Ease

By Nevercenter | in Apps + Software

Work like a professional animator with Silo, a focused 3D modeling app with the ability to effortlessly switch between organically sculpting high-polygon models and precisely controlling hard-edged surfaces. Creating video game characters, animating a movie, designing 3D architecture - you name it, Silo can help you do it. Used at top studios around the world, Silo empowers you with the 3D digital artistry to create truly unique projects completely from scratch.

3.5/5 Stars on Steam

  • Work w/ a free, uncluttered flow thanks to Silo's careful design & focus on pure modeling
  • Explore multiple types of unwrapping, including LSCM, Planar Region, XYZ, Per Face, & By Neighbors
  • Interchange modeling & UV editing freely w/ little to no cleanup
  • Perform advanced polygonal modeling w/ or without manipulators
  • Enjoy seamless integration of brushes w/ the rest of the modeling toolset
  • Use a comprehensive range of selection tools
  • Manage complex scenes & design w/ unparalleled customization w/ ease
  • Find hours of training videos on Silo's tutorials page & other resources via the Nevercenter 3D Modeling Wiki

Details & Requirements

  • Version 2.3.1
  • Minor updates included
  • Input and export formats supported: .sia, .sib, .obj, .3ds, .dxf, .fac
  • Export only formats: .stl, .pov, .rib

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.8 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Restriction: for use on up to 3 computers

Aurora HDR

Create Incredible HDR from a Single Shot or Multiple Brackets. Apple's Editors Choice & Best of Mac App Store Awards.

By MacPhun | in Apps + Software

That's right, Aurora HDR, is the world's leading HDR photo editor. Take advantage of this high-powered, award-winning software, and turn your ordinary photos into stunning HDR photos in no time. Created as a joint project between Macphun and Trey Ratcliff, the world's foremost HDR photographer, this photo software brings together everything other HDR editors are missing, and more.

2015 Best of Mac Award Winner
Apple Editor's Choice Award Winner
Macworld Editor's Choice Award Winner

  • Load your TIFF, JPEG, or PNG & watch Aurora HDR do its magic
  • Create amazing HDR photography from single photos or multiple brackets
  • Access an enormous range of editing functions & tools
  • Share your photography directly to social media

Details & Requirements

  • Version 1.2.2
  • Image formats: PNG, JPG, TFF 8-bit and 16-bit, GIF, PSD, and more

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.9.5 or later
  • 4 GB RAM
  • Display resolution 1280 x 800 or higher
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Restrictions: for use on up to 5 devices

PhotoZoom Classic 7

Artfully Enlarge Images Without Sacrificing Quality

By Encore Software | in Apps + Software

Enlarge your photos, preserve their quality. It’s that simple. PhotoZoom is best in class when it comes to enlarging images but still showing off the crystal-clear details that make them special. Their award-winning BenVista S-Spline technology expands your favorite pictures to any dimensions you choose, all without sacrificing a single pixel. Now you can make it big and keep it beautiful.

  • Utilize existing presets or create your own custom presets for any dimensions
  • Use any photo you want, even ones from the Web
  • Crop specific features to expertly resize portions of an image
  • Remove JPEG compression & noise
  • Preview images instantly to determine optimum settings
  • Open PSD images w/ ease
  • Work on 4K screens thanks to high-DPI interface support

Details & Requirements

  • Version 7.0.4
  • Minor updates included
  • Languages: English, Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Dansk, German, Spanish, Farsi, French, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Magyar, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Română, Russian, Srpski, Suomi, Swedish, Turkish

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.7 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

Roxio Toast Express

Easily Capture Your Screen, Burn Digital Media & Edit Videos Seamlessly

By Corel | in Apps + Software

If you're looking to enjoy your digital media collection without limits, look no further than the wildly popular Roxio Toast Express. It's packed with new features to help you maximize your digital media workflow. Boasting enhanced, more secure DVD authoring and screen capturing, and providing new video editing features with Toast Slice, this is the most exciting development to the long-running software yet.

  • Capture video directly from your screen, portable devices, or the Web
  • Use simple video editing w/ Toast Slice to create the perfect project
  • Create DVD movies w/ titles, menus, chapters, & more
  • Convert video from the Web to view on your devices
  • Secure your files on discs or USB drives w/ Roxio Secure Burn
  • Copy CDs, DVDs & Blu-ray Discs
  • Share your work to Facebook, YouTube, Google+, & more

Details & Requirements

  • Version 15
  • Minor updates included
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese
  • Supported Input Formats:
    • Audio: AAC, AIFF, MP3, WAV, M4A, OGG, FLAC and Dolby® Digital AC-3
    • Video: AVCHD, AVCHD Lite, AVI, DivX Plus HD, DV, FLV and F4V for Adobe® Flash®, MJPEG, MOV, MKV, MPEG-1/2/4, VOB, VIDEO_TS folder, shared iMovie® projects, and EyeTV recordings
    • Photo: BMP, GIF. JPG, PDF, PSD, PNG, TIFF
    • Disc Images: ISO, BIN/CUE, IMG, DMG, CDR, NRG

    Compatibility

    • Mac OS X 10.7 or later. Partial functionality on Mac OS X 10.8
    • Intel processor
    • 1 GB RAM
    • Approximately 1 GB of free space to install all components
    • VideoBoost requires a compatible NVIDIA® card and 4 GB of RAM for optimal performance
    • Internet connection required for video tutorials, OS compatibility and other product updates or functionalities
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

FaceFilter 3 Pro

The Ultimate Beauty Kit for Your Photos

By Reallusion | in Apps + Software

FaceFilter Pro 3 allows you to perfect your images with natural skin smoothing and blemish removal tools, for that magazine-cover-ready look anytime. Start small or go all out with the multi-layer makeup-applying effects-- an image makeover is as easy as clicking a button.

  • Import RAW files up to 6000x6000
  • Tone & highlight natural contours of the face
  • Use over 400 templates and up to 20 masking layers
  • Slim down or change expressions with proprietary 3D muscle-based technology
  • Adjust images with DSLR & Lens Effects Color correction, white balance adjustment, lens filters & more

Details & Requirements

  • Version 3.042626.1
  • Minor updates included

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.7 and up
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 CPU and up
  • RAM: 8 GB or higher recommended
  • Hard disk space: 4 GB free or higher recommended
  • Display resolution: 1024 x 768 or higher
  • Video Memory: 256 MB RAM or higher recommended
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

FotoMagico 5

Create World-Class Slideshows with This Apple Design Award Runner-up

By Boinx Software | in Apps + Software

Your photos and presentations deserve better than default Mac software. Amp up your game with FotoMagico, the easiest way to create gorgeous slideshows on your Mac using your photos, videos, music, and text. Use pre-built stories, story-parts, or start from scratch to create epic tales that may be presented live or exported to high resolution video. Join leading photographers from around the world who consistently use FotoMagico to blow live audiences away!

Two time Apple Design Award Runner-up
"FotoMagico 5 is a dazzling new edition of an already fantastic, affordable slideshow solution for all Mac users," 4.5/5 Stars, Macworld

  • Slideshows are resolution independent, automatically using every pixel of the presentation medium - even 4K projectors
  • Animate photos & integrate any video to slideshows
  • Create slideshows in minutes using pre-built snippets
  • Export to YouTube, USB sticks, DVD or Blu-Ray, & more to interactively present to audiences
  • Use beautiful transitions, timing, & soundtrack to personalize your slideshows
  • Integrate easily w/ Final Cut Pro X & Premiere workflows for amazing b-roll & animated backgrounds
  • Design digital Point of Sale signs & combine photos & videos from all varieties of sources /w format independence

Details & Requirements

  • Version 5.4
  • Minor updates included

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.10 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

Printworks

Easily Design Stunning Layouts For Brochures, Business Cards, Calendars & More

By BeLight Software | in Apps + Software

Printworks makes crafting page layouts a piece of cake. You can customize any of hundreds of available templates, or create your own design from scratch using a rich array of design tools. This is the easiest way to create stunning brochures, business cards, and more, ones that look great whether they're shared digitally or printed on paper.

"Printworks for Mac is a one-stop publishing machine," Engadget

  • Easily design brochures, flyers, business cards, labels & more
  • Choose from & customize any of 480+ templates
  • Design a document from scratch
  • Utilize extensive desktop publishing & design tools
  • Export your work for printing or share it on social media
  • Enjoy an intuitive user interface

Details & Requirements

  • Version 1.2.1
  • Minor updates included
  • Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese
  • For a full list of features, click here.

    Compatibility

    • Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

Movavi Photo Editor for Mac

Take Complete Control of Photo Editing Processes with Ease

By Golden Software | in Apps + Software

Give yourself greater photo editing and enhancement capabilities than standard Mac software with Movavi Photo Editor! Movavi's clear and simple interface, automatic quality improvements, and smart selection options make photo processing extremely easy, and a ton of fun. Experiment with backgrounds, delete unwanted objects, apply digital makeup, add filters and textures, tweak parameters using color-coded sliders, straighten, crop and flip frames - all with just a few clicks.

4/5 Stars, Compared and Reviewed

  • Edit any photo & add cool filters
  • Delete image imperfections & swap out backgrounds
  • Crop, flip, resize, & straighten images
  • Insert text watermarks & fun captions
  • Scale photos down to reduce their size & save space on your Mac

Details & Requirements

  • Version 4.2.0
  • Minor updates included

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

MyBrushes for Mac

Paint with Infinite Possibility on Your Mac

By effectmatrix | in Apps + Software

Paint without borders with MyBrushes for Mac, the infinite canvas drawing tool. Packed with an extremely fast paint engine, this pro-grade perspective paint tool lets you focus on the drawing without being distracted by clunky rendering. This authentic drawing experience, loaded with 100 incredible brushes, is so close to brush on paper, you may just forget you're working on a Mac.

5/5 Stars, CNET
4.6/5 Stars, MacUpdate

  • Work w/ an infinite canvas & record & playback your entire drawing to see every step of your process
  • Create, delete, duplicate & reorder layers w/ the unlimited layering system
  • Import images or photos from your devices instantly & draw over them
  • Avoid losing work w/ the continuous auto-save feature
  • Access 100 high-quality natural brushes, pencils, pens, airbrushes, watercolor brushes, chalks, charcoals, & more
  • Adjust the paintbrush size rapidly as you work
  • Export to image files as a whole piece or divide into several blocks without losing quality
  • Draw on top of 50 background templates available in the template library

Details & Requirements

  • Version 2.1.4
  • Minor updates included
  • Image import formats supported: JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF, PDF, PSD, PNT, RGB, ARW, BMPF, CUR, CRW, CR2, DCR, DNG, EPSF, EPSI, EPI, EPS, EXR, EFX, ERF, FPX, FPIX, FAX, FFF, GIFF, G3, HDR, ICNS, ICO, JP2, JFX, JFAX, JPE, JFIF, JPF, MPO, MAC, MRW, MOS, NRW, NEF, ORF, PICT, PIC, PCT, PS, PNTG, PNGF, PEF, QTIF, QTI, RAW, RAF, RW2, RWL, SR2, SRF, SRW, SGI, TRIC, TIFF, TGA, TARGA, TIF, XBM, 3FR, 8BPS

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.7 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

Scapple

Turbocharge Your Workflow with This Next-Level Mind-Mapping Tool

By Literature + Latte | in Apps + Software

Meet Scapple, a freeform mind-mapping software that lets you easily record and find connections between your ideas. It’s designed to help you put all your ideas in one place, then draw logical conclusions about them. Whether you’re working on a business venture, blog, or tech project, Scapple is the tool you need to take your work to the next level.

  • Quickly jot down ideas to make sense of them
  • Trace lines or arrows between related ideas
  • Double click anywhere on the canvas to type
  • Move notes around & never run out of space (unlike w/ paper)
  • Group notes together in different shapes
  • Easily share ideas w/ others

Details & Requirements

  • Minor updates included

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.6 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Unlimited number of installations included for:
    • Any computers that you are the primary user or owner of
    • Any computers owned by immediate family members living in your household

Squash 2

The Easiest Way to Compress & Optimize Images for the Web

By Realmac Software | in Apps + Software

If you've ever had to wait unseemly amounts of time to upload images to the web, or had to reduce their size only to find a low quality product on the other end, you're going to love Squash. Squash operates under the belief that optimizing the file size of your images shouldn't mean making them grainy or blurred, and it achieves massive reductions without sacrificing a single pixel of quality.

  • Maintain image quality while reducing file size & saving space
  • Drop your files or folders right into the window to immediately reduce their size
  • Upload files faster to social media or websites once they have been run through Squash
  • Convert PSD, RAW, CRW, & TIFF files into JPGs quickly

Details & Requirements

  • Version 2.0.2
  • Minor updates included

Compatibility

  • Mac OS X 10.11 or later
  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase

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Photography Masterclass: Your Complete Guide to Photography

Delve into the A to Zs of Photography: Choose the Right Camera, Edit Images & More

By Video School Online | in Online Courses

This encyclopedic course provides everything you need to learn the ins and outs of photography, and to master this medium even if you’re just starting out. Whether choosing between the humble iPhone or fancy DSLR, or shooting photos indoors or outside--you’ll learn all you need to turn out professional-quality photos certain to impress viewers and even attract interested customers.

  • Dive into an overview of key photography concepts w/ 13 hours & 175 lectures
  • Understand how different kinds of cameras work: DSLRs, smartphones, etc.
  • Create well-composed shots by correctly positioning subjects, manipulating depth of field, etc.
  • Master situational photography to take strong photos no matter your setting or subject
  • Obtain the equipment you need to capture great photos
  • Illuminate your photos to capture your subjects in their best light
  • Edit images in post-production to ensure they truly pop
  • Monetize your work by knowing where to sell it, how to license it & more
Phil Ebiner started teaching online courses in 2012, and now has over 80,000 students on Udemy learning everything from photography to video making. He worked as a photographer at a private college a few years ago doing event coverage, marketing and advertising, and social media. Sam Shimizu-Jones has been taking photos his entire life. Growing up in Santa Cruz, CA, he fell in love with photography skating around town. Since then, he's traveled the world taking photos for business and pleasure.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the Course
    • What will you learn in this course & who is it for? (2:04)
    • From iPhone to fancy DSLR: the basic photographers toolbox (2:00)
    • Success! How will you succeed in this course? (0:51)
    • Map to Success - What are you interested in learning?
    • How does camera exposure work in under 3 minutes! (2:44)
    • Course Requirements - what do you need to take this course?
    • Who are we - the instructors? (2:57)
  • Understanding the Camera
    • Introduction to the Understanding the Camera section (0:44)
    • Types of cameras (1:19)
    • Camera Type: DSLR (2:55)
    • Camera Type: Smart Phone
    • Camera Type: Point & Shoot (1:43)
    • Camera Type: EVIL - not in the spooky way! (1:52)
    • How does a camera work? (4:35)
    • Shutters & Sensors (2:49)
    • Sensor Size Chart
    • File Formats - RAW vs. JPEG (2:38)
    • The Power of Shooting in RAW Revealed (3:34)
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section? (0:29)
  • Drop Auto - Learn to Shoot Manually
    • Introduction to the Drop Auto section (1:08)
    • What is exposure? (1:40)
    • What is aperture (aka. f-stop or iris)? (3:18)
    • Aperture Charts
    • What is shutter speed? (3:15)
    • Dive deeper into shutter speed & watch a slow motion shutter
    • What is ISO? (4:14)
    • What is the exposure triangle, and how does it work?
    • Exposure Triangle - Diagram & Examples
    • Using your camera's light meter
    • How to use the camera's Histogram
    • Practice - Set your exposure for 3 scenarios! (0:49)
    • What is focus - depth of field explained (2:28)
    • Depth of Field - Visualized
    • Getting in focus using the auto-focus mode
    • Getting in focus using the manual mode
    • Shooting fast objects
    • Practice - Taking pictures of cars! (0:31)
    • Shooting in low light
    • Shooting at night
    • Practice - Taking pictures inside! (0:47)
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Composition - What is in your frame?
    • Introduction to the Composition section
    • What is composition?
    • The rule of thirds
    • When to throw out the rule of thirds
    • Rule of Thirds: Visualized
    • Perspective: changing your angle
    • Perspective: Visualized
    • Do you know your basic composition?
    • What's the Mood of your photo?
    • Wide Angle vs Telephoto & Zoom
    • Wide vs. Telephoto Lenses: Visualized
    • Choosing a background
    • Panoramic compositions
    • How to position your subject
    • Focus on the details
    • Using depth of field creatively
    • Colors - think about how colors affect your photos (3:09)
    • Black & White photos - adding emotion by subtracting color
    • Practice - Go on a photo adventure!
    • Phil's Photo Walk - Let's look at his photos!
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Situational Photography - Taking better photos wherever you are
    • Introduction to the Situational Photography section
    • 5 Tips for Better Landscape Photos
    • 5 Tips for Better Nature Photos
    • Practice - Get outside and take some pictures!
    • 5 Tips for Better Portraits
    • 5 Tips for Better Portrait Lighting
    • 5 Tips for Better Photos of Kids (or Pets)
    • Practice - Take pictures of your kid (or pet)!
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Purchasing a Camera & Additional Equipment
    • Introduction to the Purchasing a Camera section
    • How to purchase a camera - what's your goal?
    • How to build your complete camera kit
    • Where should you buy a camera?
    • What's in our camera bag?
    • Memory Cards
    • Lenses & Filters
    • Batteries & Chargers
    • Stabilization - Tripods, Monopods, Gorillapods
    • Flashes & Lighting
    • Camera Cases & Bags
    • Practice: Put together your camera kit!
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Canon Camera Overview & Settings
    • Introduction to the Camera Anatomy & Settings section
    • Detailed look at a Canon DSLR
    • Practice: Play with your buttons!
    • The Camera Menu - Let's go through it together - Canon
    • Changing Image Quality - Canon
    • Picture Styles on a Canon
    • Image Review on a Canon
    • Formatting a memory card - Canon
    • Practice - Choose your settings!
    • White Balance Symbol Chart
    • Understanding Burst Mode
    • Scene Modes Chart
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Nikon Camera Overview & Settings
    • Detailed look at a Nikon DSLR
    • The Nikon Info Button
    • The Camera Menu - Let's go through it together - Nikon
    • Changing Image Quality on a Nikon
    • Image Review on a Nikon
    • Formatting Your Camera on a Nikon
  • Smartphone & Mirrorless Camera Overview & Settings
    • Detailed look at a smart phone & our favorite apps
    • Fuji X-T1 Overview
  • Using Stabilization - Tripods, Monopods, more?
    • Introduction to the Stabilization section
    • Tripod Tips
    • Monopod Tips
    • Other types of stabilization
    • Tips for better handheld photography
    • How do you get non-blurry photos!
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Lighting - How to light your photos
    • Introduction to the Lighting section
    • What is light?
    • What types of light sources do we have?
    • Understanding light temperatures
    • Light Temperature Chart
    • Setting your white balance properly
    • What is three-point light?
    • Complete guide to three-point lighting
    • Using ambient light
    • Using Natural Light Creatively
    • Using the flash
    • Better Flash Photography with a Lightscoop Pop-up Flash Bouncer
    • Practice - use your flash!
    • Shooting slhouettes
    • How to take a silhouette photo - diagram
    • Practice: Take a silhouette photo!
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Lenses - Diving deep into lens types and styles
    • Introduction to the Lens section
    • What is focal length?
    • What standard lenses should you have?
    • Depth of Field - Revisited
    • What are our favorite lenses?
    • Fisheye lenses
    • Tilt shift (aka swing shift) lenses
    • Tilt-Shift Video Example
    • Polarizing, ND, and UV filters
    • Polarizing Filter: Visualized
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Smartphone Photography - Take better photos, the selfie way!
    • Introduction to the Modern Photography section
    • Using our favorite iPhone app
    • How to take better pictures with your smartphone
    • Tips for composing better square images & Instagram success!
    • Practice - Take your best smart phone photo!
    • Making money with your smartphone images
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Photo Editing - Make your images pop with the best photo editing applications
    • Introduction to the Photo Editing section
    • What is photo editing, and why do we do it?
    • What programs do we like for editing?
    • How to get a free trial of Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop
    • Importing and Organization in Lightroom
    • Rating photographs - what is our process?
    • Practice - Import & rate your photos!
    • Adjusting exposure
    • Adjusting color temperature (white balance)
    • Cropping
    • Sharpening
    • Adjusting Saturation & Vibrance in Lightroom
    • Brightness & contrast (4:35)
    • Vignettes & blurs
    • Exporting & saving (9:56)
    • Practice - Improve your photos in Lightroom!
    • Getting Rid of Blemishes in Lightroom (2:31)
    • Hue, Saturation, Luminance controls in Lightroom (5:07)
  • Photo Editing in Photoshop
    • Editing a RAW Photo in Photoshop
    • Editing a JPEG Photo in Photoshop
    • Stitching together a panorama in Photoshop (4:47)
    • Get Rid of Blemishes in Photoshop - No more zits! (2:24)
    • How to Composite Images in Photoshop
  • Editing Photos in iPhoto
    • Importing & Organization in iPhoto (3:17)
    • Quick Fixes in iPhoto - How to quickly make your photos look amazing! (2:47)
    • Using the Effects Tab in iPhoto (2:56)
    • Advanced Photo Adjustments in iPhoto
    • Exporting/Saving Photos from iPhoto (3:08)
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section? (1:13)
  • Make Money with Photography
    • Introduction to the Making Money with Photography section (1:03)
    • What jobs can you do with photography? (2:48)
    • Branding yourself (3:51)
    • Tips for branding yourself (3:58)
    • Tell everyone, everywhere (2:49)
    • Sharing your photographs - our favorite sites
    • Creating a website/portfolio (5:44)
    • What you need to put in a website (6:50)
    • What should you charge as a photographer?
    • Finding freelance photography work
    • Unique ways to dive into photography
    • Landing a full-time photography job
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Selling your Photographs - Where to sell, licensing tips, and more!
    • Introduction to the Sell Your Photographs section
    • Best stock photo sites for making money online
    • How one guy made $15,000 in one day on Instagram
    • Selling your own photography
    • Understanding licensing
    • How to license your photos
    • Fair Use photographs
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?
  • Wedding Photography
    • Who is the instructor (Will Carnahan)?
    • Why should you become a wedding photographer?
    • 5 Tips for Being a Better Wedding photographer
    • Overview of what to shoot at a wedding
  • Conclusion
    • Thank you & please leave a review!
  • BONUS SECTION: Photography history & where we are today
    • Introduction to the Photography Basics section
    • A brief history of photography
    • The longer version of the history of photography
    • Modern photography - where are we today?
    • Conclusion - what did we learn in this section?

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The Complete Video Production Bootcamp

Pro Shooting Techniques, Editing, Building an Audience - It's All Covered Here

By VideoSchoolOnline | in Online Courses

Aspiring filmmakers, YouTubers, bloggers, and business owners alike can find something to love about this in-depth video production course. Video content is fast changing from the marketing tool of the future to the present, and here you'll learn how to make professional videos on any budget. From the absolute basics to the advanced shooting and lighting techniques of the pros, you'll be ready to start making high-quality video content and driving viewers to it in no time.

  • Access 69 lectures & 6.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Master shooting a video in manual mode on a DSLR, mirrorless, or professional cinema camera
  • Expose & compose better shots that tell your story
  • Shoot amazing videos w/ smartphones, webcams, or even screencasts
  • Light your videos w/ professional techniques on a budget
  • Record crisp & clean audio w/ different microphones in any environment
  • Edit videos to make them more engaging
Phil Ebiner is passionate about inspiring people through online courses, of which 100,000 students have taken since 2012. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Television Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Over the past 5 years, he has shot and edited thousands of videos that have played everywhere from the movie screen and television to film festivals and YouTube.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Creating Great Videos
    • Welcome to the Course (2:12)
    • What Makes a Great Video (3:17)
    • What Type of Video Should You Make (2:47)
  • Pre-Production: Get Ready to Make Your Video
    • Come Up with Great Video Ideas (5:05)
    • Plan Your Video - Pre-Production Basics (3:30)
    • The Pre-Production Checklist (4:04)
  • Equipment - Our Suggestions for Getting Started
    • Does Equipment Matter? (1:34)
    • Camera Options (6:00)
    • Microphone Options (4:37)
    • Lighting Options (1:55)
    • Editing Tools (2:11)
  • Cinematography Basics - Shoot Great Videos
    • Exposing Your Shot (5:25)
    • Compose Your Shots (4:25)
    • How to Film Yourself (1:09)
    • Choose a Background (2:32)
    • Getting the Right Shots (3:43)
    • My Office Video Setup (2:54)
  • Tips for Shooting with Different Cameras
    • Shoot with your Smartphone (5:10)
    • Exposing with DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras (6:31)
    • Focus with DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras (2:35)
    • Stabilize Your Shots (2:57)
    • Know Your Lenses (3:35)
    • Shoot with Your Webcam (5:49)
    • Record Great Screencast Videos (4:20)
  • Audio Recording and Microphones
    • Choose the Right Microphone (3:21)
    • Record Better Audio in Any Environment (1:27)
    • How to Shoot with Lavalier Microphones (2:47)
    • How to Shoot with Shotgun Microphones (0:55)
    • Recording Audio with Your Computer (1:33)
  • Video Lighting
    • Why We Light (1:04)
    • How to Use Natural Light (4:14)
    • Basic Video Lighting: Three Point Lighting (7:26)
  • Editing Better Videos
    • Intro to Editing (2:32)
    • The Post-Production Process (7:51)
    • Craft a Story with Editing (5:21)
    • Improve Audio in Post (6:34)
    • Use Calls to Action (1:29)
    • 06 Design Better Titles (3:15)
    • Find and Add Music (5:12)
  • Get More Views - Publishing Your Video Online
    • Export the Best Quality for Online (3:01)
    • Tips for Posting Online (5:38)
    • Grow Your YouTube Channel (4:41)
  • Conclusion
    • A Big Thank You (1:47)

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Introduction to Web Design

Explore Web Design Layout, Styling, Debugging, & Manipulating Websites

By Stone River eLearning | in Online Courses

Everybody uses the web - from individuals to businesses to government entities and everyone in between. Of course, when building a web presence, everyone wants to give off a professional, accessible air, which is where web designers come in. Put yourself at the forefront of the web design boom with this in-depth course on HTML, CSS, the Foundation Grid Framework, and much more. You'll learn the ins and outs of these invaluable tools as you work towards designing and developing a modern, responsive portfolio website.

  • Access 35 lectures & 7.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand the basics of CSS & HTML
  • Learn about current web designing trends & developments
  • Gain an insight into web development, debugging, & more
  • Build your own portfolio website
Stone River eLearning was founded in 2011, and calls itself the Online Technology Bootcamp. It has taught over 250,000 students through its website and reseller partners since its founding, with a focus on developing high quality video training in all areas of the tech field.

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime access
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the Course
    • Introduction to the Course (2:33)
  • Basics of Web Design
    • What is CSS and HTML? (8:12)
    • Your First HTML File (7:03)
    • Introduction to Document Layout (6:52)
    • Linking In A Stylesheet (7:39)
    • Styling Your First Element (16:15)
  • Web Design Fundamentals
    • The Box Model (14:20)
    • Introduction to Developer Tools (14:22)
    • Understanding Display Types (9:58)
    • Project: Create a CSS Button (21:15)
    • Styling Links (4:49)
    • Using CSS Selectors (23:09)
    • Using Floats (15:20)
    • Using Clearfix (5:40)
    • Working With Images (14:50)
    • Validating HTML and CSS (8:55)
  • Webfonts
    • Understanding Webfonts (16:42)
    • Webfonts, Google Fonts and API (7:49)
  • Cascading Style Sheets
    • Understanding Cascading Style Sheets (7:46)
    • Vendor Prefixes (9:56)
    • Project: Create a Color Changing Profile Image (13:00)
  • Introduction to Grid Structures
    • Basic Website Layout (12:58)
    • Choosing a Grid Framework (9:10)
    • Grids and Responsive Design (23:16)
  • Forms and Icons
    • Working with Forms (27:59)
    • Using Font Icons (13:56)
    • Understanding Sprite Sheets (19:11)
  • Project: Create a Comment List
    • Project: Create a Comment List (15:00)
  • Positioning and Resources
    • Positioning (18:52)
    • CSS Resources (5:36)
  • Final Project: Design a Real Website
    • Project Introduction (4:58)
    • Adding Our Graphics (8:32)
    • Building Our Site (43:27)
    • Validating Our Site (3:55)

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