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June 13, 2018

Surface Pro 6 is reportedly coming next year and HoloLens 2 later this year

Microsoft’s hardware plans for the coming year, and a bit beyond, have reportedly leaked according to multiple reports. So what could we see announced this year? Some exciting hardware releases like the HoloLens 2 and more.

The post Surface Pro 6 is reportedly coming next year and HoloLens 2 later this year appeared first on Digital Trends.

Source: Digital Trends VR

June 13, 2018

Editorial Design: The Big Disconnect

Editorial Design: The Big Disconnect

Wes L Cockx shared a beautiful editorial design project on his Behance profile. It was for The Big Disconnect article for the Atlanta publication. The article talks about, or asks what happened to Google Fiber in Atlanta. But we are not featuring it here because of the content per se, but how the content was laid out on the pages as well as the beautiful and bold 3D text. 

Below you can see some details of the final piece. In addition Wes, shared a couple “work in progress” examples of alternative designs that were tried. I always love to see those, especially because it gives a bit more perspective that people try a lot of things before landing on what they consider final.

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abduzeedo
Jun 13, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo Editorial Design

June 12, 2018

This algorithm turns World Cup games into 3D augmented reality

Researchers have developed a way to get you closer to your favorite sports action: An algorithm which can turn 2D live-action televised soccer into a 3D augmented reality re-creation.

The post This algorithm turns World Cup games into 3D augmented reality appeared first on Digital Trends.

Source: Digital Trends VR

June 12, 2018

The Incredibles 2 Campaign Illustrations by Ricardo Chucky

The Incredibles 2 Campaign Illustrations by Ricardo Chucky

The anticipated Incredibles 2 will be heading to the theatres this upcoming Friday. It’s hard to imagine that the last movie (The Incredibles) was released back in November 2004. We are pretty excited for this movie and it’s kind of a celebration with this launch with the work of Ricardo Chucky. He is an illustrator and a 2D artist based in Burbank, CA, USA and he has worked on the illustration, retouching and finishing touches for the teaser campaign. Let’s check it out and where is your super suit?! 🙂

I’ve been very lucky to be able to work on this campaign. I was one of the artist that did the illustration, retouch and finishing. Thank you to Daniel Clark Creative and Disney 😉 the Poster Design is by LA and PROOF.

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AoiroStudio
Jun 12, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

June 12, 2018

Black & White Photography: Kontrast 01

Black & White Photography: Kontrast 01

I am not a big fan of black & white photography, it’s more likely a personal taste in the representation of images rather than the style itself. But it doesn’t I can’t appreciate others awesome photography coming in black & white. Let’s take a look at the work of Paweł Franik who is wearing my hats from an art director, photographer, filmmaker and a motion design from Warsaw, Poland. He introduced a conceptual project in black & white images where they will be placed against each other to create a very cool and unique composition.

Kontrast 01 is a conceptual project based on the arrangement of photos against each other. Each photo presents a different space and situation. The contrast and composition of the pictures together form a geometrical form

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AoiroStudio
Jun 12, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo Photography

June 11, 2018

Elegant Editorial Design for Typoforma Issue No. 1

Elegant Editorial Design for Typoforma Issue No. 1

Firman Suci Ananda and Zulfan Iskandar are designers from Indonesia and they shared this very inspiring graphics and editorial design post on their Behance profile. It is titled “Typoforma – Issue No.1” and as you can see by its name, the focus is pretty much on typography and composition. You might ask me, this looks like any other editorial post. You are right, however, this post, in particular, illustrates quite well the direction I believe the web is going to. If you pay attention to these pictures you will automatically create some comparisons with the web design work we shared here in the past from Dribbble and other publications.

So for this post, I just wanted to share a bit more of these beautiful editorial design work and hope they can serve as inspiration for your next project, hopefully, you can start translating this style to the web, even responsive.

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abduzeedo
Jun 11, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo Editorial Design

June 11, 2018

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and more

UI Inspiration: This week’s selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and more

It’s that time of the week for our collection of UI/UX interactions to boost your UI inspiration. We are focusing on cool animations, layout designs, UX thinking and more. We are mixing it all from static, dynamic and even live prototypes, this might be a great weekly series to bookmark! This week, we went all awed with mobile transitions and animations. We took also a particular approach for micro-interactions, those that you wouldn’t necessarily notice but they are there to enrich the overall user experience. Hope you will enjoy this collection!

In this collection we are featuring the work from uixNinja, Nischal Masand, Tushar Saini, Rafzin p and more.

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UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by uixNinja

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Nischal Masand

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Matt Hardy

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Tushar Saini

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Rafzin p

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Templates

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Irina Lensu

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Abhishek Jha

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Kazi Mohammed Erfan

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Kris Anfalova

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Naveen Nagar

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Hoang Bin

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by uixNinja

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Shreyas Bendre

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Lucas Bordignon

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Marin Begovic

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Johny vino™

UI Inspiration: This week's selections from uixNinja, Nischal Masand and moreDesign by Jabel Ahmed

AoiroStudio
Jun 11, 2018

Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

June 9, 2018

5 Things You Should and Shouldn't Do When Shooting Slow Motion


If you want to shoot better slow motion footage, you might want to consider these dos and don’ts.


When’s the last time you watched a film or video that didn’t have at least a few seconds of slow motion footage? It’s probably been a while (or never), right? Its ubiquity is partly due to how it can instantly give shots a lot of style without much effort, but despite the relative ease of capturing slow-mo, it’s actually even easier to fudge it up. In this video from Filmora, learn about five dos and don’ts of slow motion filmmaking that will help you avoid some of the most common mistakes.





The first thing new filmmakers learn about slow motion filmmaking usually relates to frame rate: the higher your frame rate, the slower your footage will be. So, they go out, set their frame rate to 60 or 120 (or higher), and are surprised when they find lots of issues with their footage, like underexposure and flickering. These issues are both incredibly common and incredibly avoidable if you know a few things about slow motion. Here are the tips mentioned in the video:

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Source: NoFilmSchool

June 9, 2018

Watch: A Step-by-Step Guide on Creating End Credits in Photoshop


Adding rolling end credits to your film isn’t as easy as it seems, but here’s a tutorial that will walk you through the process.


One of the best (though least watched) parts of a movie are the end credits. It’s the moment when everyone who worked so hard to bring your project across the finish line swells with pride as they watch their name scrolling slowly up the screen. The thing about end credits, though, is that they can be a serious pain to create if you’ve never done it before. (Even if you have, it’s a pretty tedious endeavor.) How do you format it? How do you make the text move? Where do you even start?



Luckily, in the helpful Photoshop tutorial, Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid walks you through the entire process of creating end credits, from setting up and formatting your layout to exporting it with a transparent background for future use.





I’ve tried several different approaches to making rolling end credits, including my former NLE’s native end credit tools, but each one seemed either too complicated, too tedious, or too amateur-looking.

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Source: NoFilmSchool

June 9, 2018

The $50 PanoClip Turns Your iPhone into a 360 Camera


Give your phone the power of 360-degree photo capture with the PanoClip.


With 360 capture growing ever popular, people are making moves to get their hands on cameras that can accommodate the trend. The only problem with that is these cameras can be a little too expensive for those who are still unsure about whether or not 360 capture is even something they’re really into—and yeah, the Rylo and GoPro Fusion are cool, but $500 to $700 is a lot of money to gamble on a curiosity. Though it doesn’t currently have video capabilities, this new lens attachment dubbed PanoClip not only turns your iPhone into a 360 camera but it’s also super affordable.



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Source: NoFilmSchool