Should I work for free? Chart

The question for every young creative. This awesome chart designed by Jessica Hische helps you navigate the working for free waters. There are some pretty funny scenarios present but beware of vulgar language if you are sensitive to that kind of thing and click here for the non-Fbomb version. Answer the question now at shouldiworkforfree.com

Should I work for free?

Should I work for free?

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Wheelmen & Co.

“Wheelmen & Company was born from a strong family heritage in cycling, combined with a passion for classic tailoring. Our mission is to create functional, durable accessories and apparel using classic lines and styles reborn for the 21st century. The products we create at Wheelmen & Company are produced and designed in the United States. We strive for the highest standards while maintaining function and comfort.” Cool clothes and bags. Great style. Check them out at wheelmencompany.com

Wheelmen & Co.

Wheelmen & Co.

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Adobe Raw – DNG Converter

What is a DNG converter. For any of you photographers out there that shoot raw, Adobe had put out a universal raw format called DNG (Digital Negative). The Adobe DNG Converter, a free utility that converts files from more than 300 cameras to DNG, enables you to easily convert camera-specific raw files to a more universal DNG raw file. So why would I use this you might ask yourself. Well, this has become a little work around in the time being for me while my new camera is not supported by my old Adobe Camera Raw software. The converter is super easy to use and I have no problem opening the DNG files. The only issue I have had so far is ACR writing xml files for the DNG’s (I probably have to play with it a little more). Get the converter FREE at adobe.com

DNG

DNG

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site of the week: evernote

So I heard about this note taking app on a podcast I was recently listening to and thought I would check it out. Evernote is a free note taking app that lets you add pictures, voice recordings and webpages. What’s amazing is “Everything you capture is automatically processed, indexed, and made searchable. If you like, you can add tags or organize notes into different notebooks.” Write notes from the web page, the computer or phone app (all the major smartphones are covered) giving you access anywhere. This is super easy to use and I really like it.There are also a ton of apps that will sync with evernote to make your note taking and lists easier. Check it out at evernote.com

evernote.com

evernote.com

Wix FREE photography Flash sites

So I stumbled upon Wix.com. It’s a site that let’s you build websites for free. Wix creates flash based websites so you can have some cool movement and scrolling capabilities (but wont help with the SEO). For what I’ve read, it’s a super easy drag and drop interface and the sample sites do look pretty cool for a free service. If you are a photographer and want to build a site for free, check em out. www.wix.com

wix.com

wix.com