This post includes stunning twilight pictures and photography tips so that you could also capture this twilight in your camera.
If you have opened this page for Twilight the movie franchise or Twilight the book series, you would be utterly disappointed because this page is not even remotely relevant to that.
This page contains the twilight pictures, the most beautiful twilight pictures.
Twilight is the soft glow you see in the sky when the sun is setting below the horizon. This glow is formed when sunshine is reflected from the atmosphere layer.
In photography terms, twilight is the time span of two hours around sunset. And we are sharing photos of those timings.
These are absolutely picturesque images and they can be a huge inspiration for you to go out, try to take these photos yourself… or just the enjoy this magical time.
There are incredible photography cheat sheets for not just learning and master photographers as well.
Photography is a very very vast field. Whether you take it as hobby or you are a professional, you can never claim that you know ‘everything’…. but that’s what makes it great. There’s always scope for learning, there’s always scope for improvement and that’s exciting for us.
So today I’ve selected of 20 very useful cheat sheets for photographers. A few of them focus on setting the basics right and the rest will guide you on one specific task.
I’m sure if you love photography, you’ll love my effort
These are all free WordPress business themes for every kind of business and corporate websites.
Business Themes are the commercial side of WordPress. Web designers use these themes to create business websites which require frequent updates. That’s because the client can update his website using WordPress’s dashboard. Of course, he can’t do that with an HTML/CSS based website.
So if you are a web developer/designer who often works with business clients and WordPress, you must check out these themes.
I should also mention that a couple of magazine themes are also included in this post. That’s because they seemed fitting for business themes usage as well.
We’ve all had that experience when after days, maybe even weeks of desperately searching for a song you heard on the radio, you finally find it. It’s been torturing your brain with a hard to reproduce rhythm and barely understandable lyrics. “Pure joy” I guess would best describe the feeling. Making an analogy, that’s what a lot of web designers feel whenever they find the font they’ve been looking for after seeing it on some site they’re lost track of.
It was the missing piece in that project they had and needed the ‘wow’ factor that only a really good and customized font can bring.
The best of the best jQuery navigation bar plugins to spark-up your web designs.
Navigation can be considered as the backbone of web design. It is the center of interactivity with users/visitors. Navigation is the one of the things that make a first impression. The conclusion is that the navigation menu should be approached with great care. And jQuery can take care of it.
This is a collection of few of the finest jQuery plugins (and their tutorials) for making your nav bar exceptional. Of course, if you know a little bit of coding, you can easily customize them and make something of your own.
Solomon Font is a stylishly simple, highly readable font.
This premium font normally costs $279 but at the moment, you can get it for $9. That’s it, 9 US Dollars in total. You can get at MightyDeals.
This is an excellent font pack for both print and digital media. The pack of 12 fonts, 6 classic and 6 decorative fonts.
These fonts can spark up any design, including printed advertisement material such as POS material, T-shirt and web.
If you are looking for something new, something clean and something fun, this is the font for you.
HTML coding is simple and intuitive to learn but takes a lot of time to code – especially if you are not coding a particular element but are coding an entire website from scratch. It’s one thing to know HTML, it’s another to sit down and write the actual code.
We have a solution for you. What you can do is to create designs of your intended website’s pages in Photoshop and then upload them on The Site Slinger. Their professional developers will then convert your images into web pages and they will match the original image unto pixel by pixel. That is, they will convert PSD to HTML, and you can use that code on any webpage you like.
In the early days of world wide web, webpages didn’t have pictures at all… and that trend is coming back. Why? Because pictures don’t have the ability to adjust according to screen resolution, but text can squeeze, expand, move around, break and rejoin.
With the advent of responsive web design, typography based flat designs are gaining more and more popularity.
Everyone is focusing on ‘text based’ websites these these days. Experienced developers believe that ‘text’ is going to be all around us in in near future. That is because images, bitmaps (jpg, png) or vectors (svg, eps), create complications trying to remain device agnostic. But text objects are much easier to manage. They can be moved around, contain handlers and many types of effects… the text elements don’t lose quality.
Don’t forget to check out: Beginner’s Guide to Using Typography in Responsive Design
WordPress 3.6 beta 3 is already out and the final release is expected to come out any day now. After three months of hard work WordPress has brought another version of this legendary CMS.
Even though WordPress 3.6 is out in beta and you can download it and install it on your site, you should only do it using WordPress Beta Tester plugin. That is because these beta updates can contain bugs so your websites should not be affected.
If you are a WordPress theme or plugin developer, or a WordPress web hosting provider, you should start testing your codes at this new version right away.