Category: Blog,Web Design

Online Photoshop Course for Web Design Beginner’s

Web Courses Bangkok is Thailand’s leading International Web and Graphic Design Training Center offering a variety of courses. Every month many participants receive their certificate of completion in one or more of our courses. Today, we are proud to say that we have taught over two thousand participants in our online and on-site classes to people from over 20 different countries. 1. Free Photoshop CC Tutorial – User Interface Explanation In this tutorial you will get to … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Capturing Thai Culture in Photography

If you’ve so much as glanced at a copy of National Geographic at any time in the last few decades, you will know that the publication’s most astounding feature is its photography. There are some good articles, but the words are largely inconsequential because it is the pictures which really speak volumes. The question is this: what makes a Nat Geo photographer different to you or I? These folks are paid to jet off to distant parts … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Shooting the Sunset

Natural Fireworks Sunsets are stunning, aren’t they? No matter where you are in the world, the cascade of colours in the sky from the brilliant blue of the afternoon to the black of night (via yellow, orange, red, pink and purple) is like an all-natural fireworks display every evening. Even in Bangkok, where the horizon is concealed behind seemingly endless tower blocks, it is a picturesque time of the day, ideal for photography. As with practically every … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Lighting for Portrait Photography

Seeing the Light Photography is all about light. This might sound ridiculously obvious, what with ‘photo’ being latin for ‘light’, but it is a point which does seem to be noticeably overlooked by the majority of amateurs, particularly when it comes to portraiture. If you are taking portrait photography to the next level – beyond simple selfies and holiday snaps – then lighting is something you will have to put a lot of thought into when it … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Photoshop UI Tutorial – Happy Cafe

Coffee is the fuel for designers and developers alike so we thought we’d come up with a fictitious organic coffee shop. Actually we use this design to teach our Web Professionals so we also wanted to share it with you. DOWNLOAD FULL PSD In this tutorial I cover how to create the header and footer independently and then use them as smart objects in our main These smart object can also be used on other pages that … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Painting With Light In my ‘balancing light’ article, I mentioned that slowing down your shutter speed will create motion blur in fast-moving objects, even at the fairly high shutter speeds that a bright and sunny day will allow you to use. This is the primary reason why nighttime photography is such a challenging (and frequently bungled) endeavour; there is so little ambient light available that you are forced to use slower and slower shutter speeds and the … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Development

What to do when your WordPress website gets hacked

Why WordPress Security Matters No matter how well protected you think your WordPress site is, there is always a chance that it will be hacked at some point in time. What you can do in this regard is reduce the risk of this happening. It doesn’t even have to be a WordPress site. Any site can be hacked, no matter which CMS it is running under – WordPress, Drupal, Joomla or any other. Security should be your … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Secrets on Photographing Temples

Walk a Mile in My Shoes A few weeks ago, I decided that I needed a busman’s holiday. Photography for work can get exceptionally tiresome when you are expected to stick to the same style and parameters, taking pictures of the same boring stuff over and over again, without the freedom to really artistically express yourself. At the end of the day, photography is an art, making that freedom of expression an important part of what makes … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Changing the default language of your WordPress site

Have you ever wondered how to do that? WordPress has a large and devoted community that has already translated the CMS into many languages. At your disposal are not only themes, but also support and translation files for a great number of languages. The first and the most obvious step in changing the default WordPress language of your site is to download the installation files. You can do that from https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/teams/. Find the language of your choice … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

A Beginner’s Guide To User Interfaces For The Web

Let’s begin by helping you gain a clearer understanding of what user interfaces really are. For starters, the term Interface can be a little complex, so you might need a moment to wrap your head around what it entails. Try not to think of it as just pixels, buttons or screens. Quick Tip: As a Designer, It Might Be Tempting for You to Do So, Therefore Try to See Interfaces as a Collection of Tasks that Include … Read More

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