No feature goes unchanged in revealing digital retouching video - Trending. We all know that the images of beautiful people we see adorning glossy pages of high-fashion magazines and their online counterparts are digitally retouched – but new time-lapse videos made by an expert who works on fashion magazine images reveal just how far "retouching" goes.
Photographer Elizabeth Moss is head retoucher for New York City-based Rare Digital Art, a retouching company that has done work for high-fashion heavy-hitters like Vogue, Elle, GQ and Vanity Fair. Moss made the behind-the-scenes videos of her work to show people what actually goes into the retouching done on models in magazine photos.
In one, six hours of retouching work is condensed into 90 seconds: The time-lapse process shows that nearly every feature is altered – hair, skin, pores, lips, nose, ears, fingernails, eyes, eyelashes, eyebrows – nothing goes untouched. Social Media Design Cheat Sheet 2015 (Infographic) If you’ve been active on social media for a while, or you just made your accounts, you’ll realize that when it comes social media, visual content and social media go together like French fries and dip sauce, and all comes down to the last pixel.
Social networks are constantly adding up more features, visual elements, and it seems like every day when you wake up, you see a new element or iteration being made to the social networks you are active, making you go back and figure out the right size of cover images, post images and align your campaign according to the latest set of changes. It has become extremely difficult for businesses to stay on top of all of these changes, and we see a lot of people asking, what should be the size of my Twitter Header? Can I post the same picture on Twitter which I shared on my Facebook feed? Bad Web Design: A Look At The Most Hilariously Terrible Websites From Around The Web. Have you ever come across a website design that made you laugh out loud?
Teaching Kids Media Smarts During Breaking News. Hong Kong Heritage Museum - Hong Kong International Poster Triennial 2014. Teaming up with the Hong Kong Designers Association for the fifth time, the Hong Kong International Poster Triennial continues to document new and exciting developments in poster design while also encouraging international cultural exchange and enriching the museum’s collections.
The museum presents the 2014 Poster Triennial in three parts - a competition, an exhibition and a symposium. We are undertaking the past criteria of Poster Triennial which is in line with the recommendations of the International Council of Graphic Design Associations, the four categories of the competition – Ideology, Promotion of Cultural Events, Commercial and Advertising and Thematic – “Blind Spot” - attracted 1,556 works, a grand total that represented the diverse creativity of 518 designers and groups hailing from 32 countries/regions and provided a comprehensive overview of the latest trends in global poster design. Three Good Resources for Developing Lessons About Current Events. Earlier today on Twitter someone asked me for suggestions for resources to use to teach students about current events.
Three resources quickly came to mind. Those are Newsela, Youngzine, and Trend Watch. Read on to learn more about each of these resources. Trend Watch is a feature of Merriam Webster's website. Trend Watch highlights words that are trending in news and popular culture. Youngzine is a website site features news, sports, and entertainment stories for elementary school students. Superbowl Tickets. The following is an excerpt from OpinionJournal’s “Best of the Web” at WSJ written by the editor, James Taranto.
24 Genius Ads That Tell The Truth About The World We Live In. Scene Pickup. 5 Semiotic Systems by Louise Hall on Prezi. A New Literacy: Making Connections in Electronic Environments. Digital Tools for Teachers: Creating Digital Multimodal Texts. Creating multimodal texts. Jigsaw: for 8 -10 year olds. Shooting for the Small Screen: 5 Tips for Optimizing Your Videos for Mobile Devices. There are two major trends in the way we interact with the digital world that show no sign of slowing down anytime soon.
The first is that, across the globe, people are increasingly experiencing digital media (in all forms) on mobile devices. According to a recent eMarketer report, the number of mobile phone users on the planet is expected to grow from 4.3 to 5.1 billion in the next three years. The second is that a growing percentage of the content people are engaging with on their mobile devices (aided, of course, by 4G speeds and larger smartphone screens) is video. As a result, brands, creatives, marketing professionals and producers are doing everything in their power to create videos - whether commercials or otherwise - that are optimized for mobile devices.
Co-Co's AdverSmarts: An Interactive Unit on Food Marketing on the Web. This interactive unit is designed to help kids between the ages of 5 and 8 recognize the marketing techniques used on commercial websites that target children.
In the activity, kids meet Co-Co Crunch, a popular cereal who needs help designing a new website. Players help to create the website by selecting a series of special features. After each feature is selected, Co-Co explains how marketers use the feature to improve the popularity of the site and foster brand loyalty. Videolicious. How to create animated presentations. PowToon - The PowerPoint Alternative. 2 Beautiful Templates to Create Classroom Newspapers using Google Docs. Today I am sharing with you an awesome newspaper template available for download free of charge from Google Docs gallery.
5 Web Tools to Create Awesome Digital Newspapers for Your Class. To help you create digital newspapers for your class, we curated a list of some of our favorite web tools for this purpose.
The list below is an updated version of the list we created last year. enjoy. Wonderful Free Templates to Create Newspapers for your Class. Earlier this year we wrote about web tools teachers can use to for their classrooms. This post turned We have selected for you today a host of awesome templates for your Power Point presentations.
These are basically newspaper templates provided by Newspaper.net for free. If you want to create a newspaper for your class, you can do it through one of these templates. The procedure is very easy. Mouse Trap Survivor Cheese Commercial. Infinite Learning Lab. Your best source for classic storyboards and animation, Animatics & Storyboards.
Muppet News Flash. Love Pixar's 22 Rules of Storytelling? Download a Free eBook That Analyzes Each One. Help Geena Davis End the Job Crisis (For Female Animated Characters) Gain a Better Understanding of Film by Studying Them Shot by Shot. For those who have never made a film before, and even for those who have, the process of planning every shot is incredibly complicated and overwhelming at times. Making motivated and purposeful decisions on composition, lenses, and camera movement for each shot is essential to make coherent films, and filmschoolthrucommentaries has shared one technique used by virtually every filmmaker to study films — the shot breakdown.