Tag: Design

Is it a picture or a photograph?

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There is more to being a photographer than just possessing the technology. Nearly everyone has a cell phone in their pocket and can snap a picture any time they want. But what turns a picture into a photograph? A good photograph exhibits composition, lighting, and technical accuracy. How can you tell if you have a…

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Typography: The Essential Art for Great Design

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Typography is more than typing words on a page. Each letter and word (and spaces in between) need to be finessed to achieve great design. Learn practical tips for mastering typography, and making it your secret weapon for superb and effective design (regardless of your budget). The decisions you make about typography in your magazine…

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90% off DVD courses this month!

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Do you want to experience the professional growth that an MTI course can give you? Save big on the resources you need to grow you skills and make your magazine stand out. During May, our design and management DVD courses are on sale at an amazing discount. DVD courses are 90% off! Coupon sale code:…

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MTI Trainer Contributed to “The Kingstone Bible” graphic novel

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Magazine Training International is pleased to announce that trainer Nate Butler was involved in the recently released graphic novel The Kingstone Bible, Vol. 5.  The Kingstone Bible is the most complete graphic adaptation of the Bible ever done. The 2000-page, twelve-volume collection illustrates in exquisite detail the grand story of the Bible. Each volume is a…

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Amazing DVD Sale this Month

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Do you want to experience the professional growth that an MTI course can give you? Save big on the resources you need to grow you skills and make your magazine stand out. During September, our design and management DVD courses are on sale at an amazing discount. DVD courses are 90% off! Coupon sale code:…

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Designers and Editors Can Have a Healthy Relationship

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The partnership between editor and designer has become one of the most delicate and demanding professional relationships. While it is acknowledged that the ultimate authority lies with the editor, who is responsible for the entire editorial product, the most successful magazines results from mutual respect between designer and editor. Anything less than genuine respect will…

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Capture the moment: photography course students apply principles right away

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words. During MTI’s The Art of Editorial Photography Online Course, students learned how to perfect their photos in order to tell stories even better. “I must say my eyes have been significantly opened to using photography as a medium to engage my online audience from now on,”…

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Four Free Ways to Add Interactivity to Your Next News Story

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You don’t have to be a programming prodigy to add interactivity to your content. Steven King, professor of multimedia journalism at UNC Chapel Hill and former video editor for The Washington Post, showcased free and inexpensive tools for interactive storytelling at the recent Journalism Interactive (J/i) conference, a gathering of journalism educators and professionals. IJNet…

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