Secret Photoshop eyedropper trick blows people's minds

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Ever used a tool day-in, day-out, but only recently discovered its full potential? That's exactly what happened to artist Jane Ng, who found out that you can use Photoshop's eyedropper tool to pick colours outside of Photoshop CC itself.

In what might be one of the most succinct Photoshop tutorials we've ever seen, Ng was shown how to use the eyedropper tool via Twitter. After tweeting her frustration at being unable to pick colours beyond Photoshop into the ...

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27 inspiring examples of vintage posters

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These vintage posters prove that we still have plenty to learn from the poster design of decades gone by. The idea of creating posters to advertise products harks back to the 1870s, thanks to the development of the stone lithographic printing process by French artist Jules Chéret. 

Prior to this, it was only possible to print black and white text. The new process meant brands all over the world could turn their marketing ideas into striking, colourful vintage posters. The new ...

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5 clever Instagram layouts you must see

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As the social platform of choice for many designers and illustrators, Instagram demands a creative eye and an innovative touch for a profile to really stand out. And ever since its website redesign in 2015 – much larger images, in crisp, clean rows of three – people have been taking advantage of the canvas it offers.

Breaking out of the constraints of the grid layout, creatives are developing expansive photo-led designs and scrolling banner artworks. The designs interact playfully with the ...

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Google Warns Using Meta Refresh May Lead to Wrong Content Getting Indexed by @MattGSouthern

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Google’s John Mueller warns site owners using meta refresh that doing so may lead to the wrong content getting indexed.

The post Google Warns Using Meta Refresh May Lead to Wrong Content Getting Indexed by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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Your Red-Tape Toolkit: 7 Ways to Earn Trust and Get Your Search Work Implemented

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Tell me if this rings a bell. Are your search recommendations overlooked and misunderstood? Do you feel like you hit roadblocks at every turn? Are you worried that people don’t understand the value of your work?

I had an eye-opening moment when my colleague David Mitchell, Chief Technology Officer at VML, said to me, “You know the best creatives here aren’t the ones who are the best artists — they’re the ones who are best at talking about the ...

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SearchCap: SMX East agenda, Google Marketing Live recaps, Bing Ads & more

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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

From Search Engine Land:

  • Check out the new SMX East agenda
    Jul 10, 2018 by Search Engine Land
    Now more than ever, it’s important to stay on top of the latest changes in search marketing. Whether you’re looking ...
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Bing Now Provides Exact Snippets of Code for Developers’ Queries by @MattGSouthern

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Bing has launched a new intelligent search feature which provides the exact piece of code a developer is looking for.

The post Bing Now Provides Exact Snippets of Code for Developers’ Queries by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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Google Introduces Responsive Search Ads Which Adapt to Users’ Queries by @MattGSouthern

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Google is introducing a new ad product that uses machine learning to adapt to users’ queries.

The post Google Introduces Responsive Search Ads Which Adapt to Users’ Queries by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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How to draw a big cat with pastels

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The softness and luminosity of pastel sticks make them the ideal choice for backgrounds in my pastel drawings; whereas pastel pencils (when sharpened to a fine point) have two types of lead for precision: hard and soft. However, I personally find these attributes are not as important as colour range. 

  • How to draw a landscape with pastels

I work mainly from photographs. This allows me to make any changes to the drawn composition should I wish to do so. In choosing this ...

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5 hidden Amazon Prime gems

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There's not long to go now until Amazon Prime Day 2018. The event, which is touted as the retail giant's summer version of Black Friday, kicks off at noon on Monday 16 July, with deals being released worldwide until midnight on Tuesday 17 July (read more here). 

Although this event is exclusively for Prime members, the savvy amongst you will have realised you can get all these bargains on a free Amazon Prime trial. If you're thinking of signing up and ...

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