6 More of The Best Free Stock Photo Websites We Could Find

6 More of The Best Free Stock Photo Websites We Could Find

We’re big fans of free stuff (isn’t everyone?) and today we add to the growing list of free stock photo resources for you to use.

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Before You Say No to a Client, Think About Saying Yes

Before You Say No to a Client, Think About Saying Yes

Just because a client doesn’t accept your project proposal or your price quote unconditionally, it doesn’t mean you should say no right away.

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Black and White Wrinkled Paper Textures

Black and White Wrinkled Paper Textures

These black white textures are perfect for your next project.

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Pastel Colors in Stationery Designs Look Fantastic

Pastel Colors in Stationery Designs Look Fantastic

Pastels were big in the late 80′s and early 90′s. Even Don Johnson on Miami Vice wore pastel colored suits and shirts. Today, it seems that pastel color palettes are making somewhat of a comeback and it’s exciting to see how designers are implementing pastels in their work.

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10 Travel Photography Tips for Your Next Trip

10 Travel Photography Tips for Your Next Trip

As you know, we’re big fans of great photography here at Design Instruct. Therefore, for this upcoming spring and summer seasons, we’ve come up with a few practical tips for taking great pictures on your vacations.

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The Incredible Digital Illustrations of Atelier Olschinsky

The Incredible Digital Illustrations of Atelier Olschinsky

Viennese creative studio, Atelier Olschinsky, is responsible for these amazing geometric illustrations.

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10 Free Responsive WordPress Themes for Your New Portfolio

10 Free Responsive WordPress Themes for Your New Portfolio

Whether you’re just starting out with a new portfolio or you want to revamp your old one, these Wordpress themes will do just the trick.

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The Incredible Small Drawings of Taylor Mazer

The Incredible Small Drawings of Taylor Mazer

There’s always the temptation to work in a large scale when you’re drawing or painting. Bigger usually means your work is displayed more prominently. Bigger work could get you noticed more easily. However, Taylor Mazer shows that working on a smaller scale can be just as effective.

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The Amazing Illustrations of Kim Jung Gi

The Amazing Illustrations of Kim Jung Gi

Talent is the word we use to describe skills that people possess that we can’t imagine having ourselves. It’s something special and it’s something that probably took a lot of work to develop but nonetheless magical.

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20 Logos That Creatively Use Negative Space

20 Logos That Creatively Use Negative Space

The use of negative space is just as important as positive space. It brings order and balance to a composition and sometimes can be used in clever ways.

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What Makes a Good Photograph?

What Makes a Good Photograph?

Photography is for everyone. That statement has never been truer than it is today what with the ever-increasing numbers of very capable cameras being placed in our phones and other mainstream devices.

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Freebie: 6 Handy Film Effect Photoshop Actions

Freebie: 6 Handy Film Effect Photoshop Actions

Need a quick fix for a photo you just took? Here are a few versatile Photoshop actions to add to your arsenal.

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