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Digital grain, or noise, can’t always be avoided in photography. Despite massive advances in camera sensor technology over the years, noise is still a major issue for all different types of photographers. There are a few things you can do to help reduce the noise in your photos, one of the more useful ways is ..

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Give our readers an inside look at your brand’s marketing approach by joining the Adweek Columnist Network. If you’re a VP or above, submit your pitch. The challenge This summer, 4th Floor Creative was busy settling into Sony Music U.K.’s recently relocated London headquarters in King’s Cross. Preparing and completing any home or office move ..

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By Dr. Nadine ChahineIt is a cinematic tour de force of design and rebellion when we traverse the pages of Steven Heller’s memoir, Growing Up Underground. While the book is a collection of distinct essays that more or less follow a chronological order, one can pick up a few underlying threads that propel the narrative ..

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The upcoming fall tour of Pop Up Magazine will feature a slew of initiatives designed to make its performances accessible to the disabled community, an effort that aims to bolster both its reputational and commercial objectives. Enjoying your content? You Have 1 Free Article Left. Register to continue reading! Recommended articles https://www.adweek.com/media/pop-up-magazine-acce..

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October 5, 2022 Nobody doesn’t love slab serif fonts. They’ve been around for centuries in metal and wood, press-type, photo and digital, used in countless ways in antique and modern formats, for ads, posters, logos and more. They are an enduring workhorse type genre. Accordingly, type designers are never at a loss for finding distinct ..

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Life is full of surprises. For example, Comic Code, designed by award-winning type designer Toshi Omagari, is one of our recent best-sellers, and our all-time best-selling coding font family! Many developers were curious to check out a typeface designed specially for them, but might have expected a punchline — until they began using it to code. ..

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On Shillington’s graphic design course, we’re keenly focused on helping students find employers and freelance clients. One element of that is showing how versatile you are, and mockups place a key part in demonstrating that. Mockups place your design work in different contexts, from digital screens to product packaging and posters to vinyl record covers. ..

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September 7, 2022 Experimentation is risky. Experimental type design is risk-plus. As a risky-endeavor the Farandole family from Francis Chouquet is an object of my affection not because it always succeeds but because it takes chances. The trick to the unorthodox use of this illustrated assortment of random shapes, is seen in the combinations of ..

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You can do a lot in Photoshop. It’s no secret that Photoshop is one of, if not the most powerful photo editing programs in the world. For years, Adobe’s pinnacle program has been the gold standard in photo editing. In the last few years, Photoshop plugins have been on the rise, and there are now ..

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