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10 Myths about graphic design #INFOGRAPHIC #infografía

Infographic: 10 Myths About Graphic Design - You The Designer

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Free Summer Fonts

FREE FONTS: 7 Fonts to Use this Summer

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Career Tip: Build Your Personal Brand - Melrosa Avenue

Career Tip: Build Your Personal Brand - Melrosa Avenue

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The 64 best iPhone apps for designers

The 64 best iPhone apps for designers | Apple | Creative Bloq

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World's most delayed software released after 54 years of development Xanadu, which began development in 1960, now has a working release, OpenXanadu

sans serif fonts- absolutely love Miami, Melbourne, and Jakarta! Will be using for my website :)

What Hiring Managers Really Want To Know When They Ask, ‘Where Do You See Yourself In 5 Years?’

Here's The Tricky Math Question One CEO Asks To Size Up Job Candidates

CEO Asks Candidates This Trick Math Question - Business Insider

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วิธีทำให้ผลเสิร์ชเว็บใน Google โชว์ภาพหน้าของเรา (Google Authorship)

Why The Color Red Revs You Up (But Lowers Your IQ) | Co.Design | business + design

Why The Color Red Revs You Up (But Lowers Your IQ)

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The UX Value Proposition - key business objectives, assessment and UX Activities

NOW Updated with YOU TUBE Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet by InfinPixels -Web Design London

Sudhir Shivaram Nature & Wildlife Photography: How Different Focal Lengths can change your shots

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    (The post is a bit technical, but useful) This particular image posted may help you choose the right kind of lens for your work. The perspective given by a photograph can be greatly changed by the kind of focal length you use. Difference in focal length greatly change the angle of view, the depth of field and the background in photographs. As you can see, the angle of view becomes extremely narrow for longer tele compared to a wide angle. 50mm is the standard lens. Anything below 50mm is called as s wide angle lens. Anything above 50mm is called as a Tele lens. If you see an image shot with a wide angle lens, you can then visualise what is the magnification/framing and the angle of view you get from a longer tele lens based on the chart posted. If you are planning to buy a long tele or any lens for that matter, you can refer this image to see what kind of focal length makes sense to you. This one also helps you to decide what lens to carry in the field depending on where you are going. As an example, consider you are going to Ranthambhore or Kanha Tiger Reserve. Both offer excellent habitats to photograph the Tigers. The chart can help you visualise the composition and angle of view of the Tiger in its habitat shot with a 70mm and that with a 300mm or 600mm. With a 70mm, you get more of a habitat shot while with a 400mm+ you get a portrait shot. Of course, this is also dependent on the camera to subject distance. Visualisation is the key to use this chart. Feel free to share this photography knowledge.