The Death Of Franz Joseph – The End of The Somme I THE GREAT WAR Week 122

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They year 1916 is slowly coming to a close. This year of battles has seen the Battle of Verdun and the Battle of the Somme with well over 2 million casualties alone. And this week 100 years ago, the Battle of the Somme ended with the last push at the Ancre. In Vienna, Emperor Franz Joseph dies after almost 7 decades on the throne and Serbian and French forces take Monastir.

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Literature (excerpt):
Gilbert, Martin. The First World War. A Complete History, Holt Paperbacks, 2004.
Hart, Peter. The Great War. A Combat History of the First World War, Oxford University Press, 2013.
Hart, Peter. The Great War. 1914-1918, Profile Books, 2013.
Stone, Norman. World War One. A Short History, Penguin, 2008.
Keegan, John. The First World War, Vintage, 2000.
Hastings, Max. Catastrophe 1914. Europe Goes To War, Knopf, 2013.
Hirschfeld, Gerhard. Enzyklopädie Erster Weltkrieg, Schöningh Paderborn, 2004
Michalka, Wolfgang. Der Erste Weltkrieg. Wirkung, Wahrnehmung, Analyse, Seehamer Verlag GmbH, 2000
Leonhard, Jörn. Die Büchse der Pandora: Geschichte des Ersten Weltkrieges, C.H. Beck, 2014

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Kraft Music – Yamaha P-115 Digital Piano Demo with Adam Berzowski

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Adam Berzowski demonstrates the Yamaha P-115 digital piano at Kraft Music.

The Yamaha P-115 digital piano delivers Yamaha touch and tone in a compact design that is ideal for home, home-studio, or stage use. Its Pure CF Sound Engine is based on meticulous samples of a Yamaha 9′ CFIIIS concert grand piano, while the GHS (Graded Hammer Standard) weighted key action offers a heavier feel in the low end and a lighter touch at the top, just like an acoustic piano. For practice and exploration, the P-115’s Pianist Styles turn your simple chords into a full piano accompaniment, and its Drum Rhythms give you a fun metronome alternative. Sound Boost tweaks the EQ to help the P-115 project when using its built-in, 2-way stereo speaker system. The versatile USB to Host port and line-level Aux outputs allow a variety of connections, from amplifiers to iPads®. Yamaha’s Controller App for iOS devices provides access to the P-115’s settings with an easy-to-use, touch-screen interface. Choose from two stylish, contemporary color options: Black (P-115B) and White (P-115WH).

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Amazing Trick to Shoot Stunning Night Photos Without a Tripod!

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2. Open you aperture as wide as you can – F2.8 or F4.

3. Set your speed around 1/30th of a second, and boost the ISO between 2000 to 3000.

4. Take 5 photos minimum.

5. Take the first photo, retouch it and sync your retouch using Lightroom.

6. Open as layers in Photoshop.

7. Align the photos.

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9. Go to Layers – Smart Object – Stack mode and try using Mean or Median and see what works the best.

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Typography Tutorial – 10 rules to help you rule type

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Graphic Design Tutorial: 10 Typography rules to help you improve your type skills. Get better at graphic design by understanding how to use type. Improve your layouts instantly by following these 10 easy to follow rules.

How can you quickly apply typographic rules to regain control of your layouts by following these 10 golden rules of typography? These rules are distilled down from the things that I learned by going to Art Center College of Design.

Generally speaking, there are two types of typography– expressive typography (type is visual, carries the meaning of the word and sometimes appears as physical shapes) and functional typography (type that is meant to be read). I will focus on the latter.

When starting out, it is best to learn the fundamentals of good design: hierarchy (primary, secondary and tierchiary reads), flow (how a person “reads” the layout by following the movement of their attention), legibility (in Western culture, type is read top to bottom, left to right so it’s important to arrange type accordingly), grouping (organizing blocks of type in intelligent and logical groups) and interest, achieved through contrast (scale, texture, color, density, negative space).

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Typography Tutorial – 10 rules to help you rule type

http://youtu.be/QrNi9FmdlxY
Graphic Design Tutorial: 10 Typography rules to help you improve your type skills. Get better at graphic design by understanding how to use type. Improve your layouts instantly by following these 10 easy to follow rules.

How can you quickly apply typographic rules to regain control of your layouts by following these 10 golden rules of typography? These rules are distilled down from the things that I learned by going to Art Center College of Design.

Generally speaking, there are two types of typography– expressive typography (type is visual, carries the meaning of the word and sometimes appears as physical shapes) and functional typography (type that is meant to be read). I will focus on the latter.

When starting out, it is best to learn the fundamentals of good design: hierarchy (primary, secondary and tierchiary reads), flow (how a person “reads” the layout by following the movement of their attention), legibility (in Western culture, type is read top to bottom, left to right so it’s important to arrange type accordingly), grouping (organizing blocks of type in intelligent and logical groups) and interest, achieved through contrast (scale, texture, color, density, negative space).

Typography Manual
@2016 Chris Do

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Animation by:
Leo Dinh
Red Cat Motion
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Music and sound design by:
Adam Sanborne
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Intro Theme Song– Adam Sanborne www.adamsanborne.com
Annotations– Isaiah Newcomer

Typography Tutorial – 10 rules to help you rule type

http://youtu.be/QrNi9FmdlxY
Graphic Design Tutorial: 10 Typography rules to help you improve your type skills. Get better at graphic design by understanding how to use type. Improve your layouts instantly by following these 10 easy to follow rules.

How can you quickly apply typographic rules to regain control of your layouts by following these 10 golden rules of typography? These rules are distilled down from the things that I learned by going to Art Center College of Design.

Generally speaking, there are two types of typography– expressive typography (type is visual, carries the meaning of the word and sometimes appears as physical shapes) and functional typography (type that is meant to be read). I will focus on the latter.

When starting out, it is best to learn the fundamentals of good design: hierarchy (primary, secondary and tierchiary reads), flow (how a person “reads” the layout by following the movement of their attention), legibility (in Western culture, type is read top to bottom, left to right so it’s important to arrange type accordingly), grouping (organizing blocks of type in intelligent and logical groups) and interest, achieved through contrast (scale, texture, color, density, negative space).

Typography Manual
@2016 Chris Do

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Animation by:
Leo Dinh
Red Cat Motion
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Music and sound design by:
Adam Sanborne
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The PROCESS
Credits:
Executive Producer– Chris Do
Hosts– Chris Do
Director– Aaron Szekely
Cameraman– Aaron Szekely, Andrew Truong
Producer– Aaron Szekely
Editor– Aaron Szekely
Show Open– designed by William VanSkaik, animated by Bara Kwon
Intro Theme Song– Adam Sanborne www.adamsanborne.com
Annotations– Isaiah Newcomer

Typography Tutorial – 10 rules to help you rule type

http://youtu.be/QrNi9FmdlxY
Graphic Design Tutorial: 10 Typography rules to help you improve your type skills. Get better at graphic design by understanding how to use type. Improve your layouts instantly by following these 10 easy to follow rules.

How can you quickly apply typographic rules to regain control of your layouts by following these 10 golden rules of typography? These rules are distilled down from the things that I learned by going to Art Center College of Design.

Generally speaking, there are two types of typography– expressive typography (type is visual, carries the meaning of the word and sometimes appears as physical shapes) and functional typography (type that is meant to be read). I will focus on the latter.

When starting out, it is best to learn the fundamentals of good design: hierarchy (primary, secondary and tierchiary reads), flow (how a person “reads” the layout by following the movement of their attention), legibility (in Western culture, type is read top to bottom, left to right so it’s important to arrange type accordingly), grouping (organizing blocks of type in intelligent and logical groups) and interest, achieved through contrast (scale, texture, color, density, negative space).

Typography Manual
@2016 Chris Do

http://ift.tt/1njXmWi

Animation by:
Leo Dinh
Red Cat Motion
http://redcatmotion.com

Music and sound design by:
Adam Sanborne
http://adamsanborne.com
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Need brand strategy help?
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The PROCESS
Credits:
Executive Producer– Chris Do
Hosts– Chris Do
Director– Aaron Szekely
Cameraman– Aaron Szekely, Andrew Truong
Producer– Aaron Szekely
Editor– Aaron Szekely
Show Open– designed by William VanSkaik, animated by Bara Kwon
Intro Theme Song– Adam Sanborne www.adamsanborne.com
Annotations– Isaiah Newcomer