Several years ago, I attended an international conference and they had an automated station where you could pose and get a few headshots. The results were stunning… the intelligence behind the camera had you position your head to a target, then the lighting automatically adjusted, and boom… the photos were taken. I felt like a dang supermodel they came out so good… and I immediately uploaded them to every profile. But it wasn’t really me.
A good friend Chris Reed messaged me asking if I had given Canva a try and he told me that I’d love it. He’s absolutely right… I tested it out for a few hours and was really impressed with the professional designs that I was able to create within minutes! I’m a huge fan of Illustrator and have used it for many years – but I’m design-challenged. I believe that I know a good design
If you write for a blog, manage a website, or post to social networking applications such as Facebook or Twitter, photography probably plays an integral part of your content stream. What you may not know is that no amount of stellar typography or visual design can make up for lukewarm photography. On the other hand, sharp and vivid photography will improve users? perception of your content and improve the overall look and feel of your