This infographic on low light photography comes from Snapsort. It has a ton of great tips such as taking a ton of photos in succession, camera settings and lens selection.
You may also want to check out our past guest posts on photography: Film Photography vs. Digital Photography by Claire Jarrett of Marketing By Web and Finding Your Own Photography Style by Sarah Gonski of loveandpaella.com
Drawing the hands is one of the most difficult challenges faced by an artist when studying anatomy. They are as complex as the rest of the figure. Good reference material can help to simplify the task. Thankfully, the classic fully illustrated text of George B. Bridgman's Book of a Hundred Hands is available free from Google Books. You can download a PDF, read it from your browser or view the book on any device that supports the Google Books app. Bridgman details the hand in most imaginable positions, detailing fingers, the wrist. Most sections include simplified muscle groups with labels. ... Read more
Uncanny Creativity: Art & Design Productivity Podcast
This is a new upcoming feature on my blog. Every once in a while I'll post a round up of the best in typography, design, painting and illustration. How do you get featured? Just join my new flickr group, Uncanny Creativity and add your artwork. Make sure you tag it appropriately. You can also go there to talk to your fellow artists and designers and discover even more work for yourself. Tell your friends to join too!
Uncanny Creativity is a podcast and blog with advice, tips and ideas about the creative process. Do you have a question our community can help answer? Record your audio or written question via this contact form. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, write on Twitter @uncannycreative, or on our Facebook page.