by Unsplash Yesterday we told you about MixKit, which is referred to as “Unsplash for Video.” So, what is Unsplash? In 2013, Unsplash was born by giving away 10 images leftover from a photoshoot. Instead of letting photos sit dead in a folder somewhere, it would be much better if they were put to use to […]Read more "Unsplash: Remix, Rework, and Recreate High Quality Images for Free"
by Mixkit Art Mixkit Art is a curated gallery of beautiful art and illustration, made by some of the world’s most talented creators — all completely free to use! Choose from the growing collection of 300+ pieces to add to your personal or commercial projects. New, free artwork every month. Check it out–Read more "Meet Mixkit Art (A Free Collection)"
September 2, 2013 by Katie Carman-Lehach, Fimmaker Magazine The Getty Museum made an unusual move for the art world recently when they decided to launch their new “Open Content Program”, making over 4,600 pieces of the Museum’s private collection available to download, use, modify and publish for any purpose (all in beautiful full resolution). About […]Read more "Getty Museum’s New “Open Content” Initiative Makes 4,600 Pieces of Art Free to Use"
November 29, 2011 by Pop Chart Lab The world’s most comprehensive mapping of Apple products, this cool print shows every computer released by Apple in the last thirty years, from the original Mac through the MacBook Air. Products are sorted according to type, including the connections between various form factors which have arisen as Apple […]Read more "The Insanely Great History of Apple"
December 27, 2010 by VideoMaker Magazine A common misconception about editing is that it’s as easy as cutting and pasting clips together. In its most basic form, editing is that simple. However, perfecting the art of editing takes time and dedication, as well as a firm grasp on advanced editing techniques. One of these […]Read more "Editing Tip: The Art of Editing"