I’m a big fan of learning through workshops and tutorials and the like.  I’m always on the lookout for new learning opportunities because you never know what you may learn even in a workshop or on a tutorial where you may think you know everything there is to know.  Even if you do know most of the material, chances are there’s going to be some tip or shortcut mentioned that really has nothing to do with the overall content but you never knew about.  I learn so much this way.

It’s been around for a long time, but I’ve just started really diving in to any and every new class being offered through CreativeLive.  If you’re a creative type, are looking and haven’t found it yet you should check it out.  For real.  I just actually watched parts of a workshop on aerial photography.  There’s a whole ton of stuff on there for all sorts of creative type endeavors.

I've been doing aerial panoramas for a while now, but picked up a few tips recently on further reducing noise in my low-light images.

I’ve been doing aerial panoramas for a while now, but picked up a few tips recently on further reducing noise in my low-light images. | Order a print of this image.

6 thoughts on “Always Learning

  1. Creative Live is an amazing resource and it’s free if you watch it live! I’m sure that you’re also familiar with Kelbytraining.com and Lynda.com as other places that have high quality training.

    Also Russell Brown from Adobe has been playing with aerial panoramas and I’m sure must have tutorials up on line.

    Have fun!

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