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MasteringPhoto.com is a blog powered by Focal Press authors and industry experts that features tips, advice, articles, video tutorials, interviews and other free resources.
Fine art photographer, blogger and author, Brooke Shaden discusses why creating a series of images is important for a photographer's portfolio and career and how to put a story into a series of images.
The authors of Light Science & Magic discuss what lights you really need when setting up your first studio.
A tutorial by Martin Evening, author of Adobe Photoshop CC for Photographers, 2014 Release on how to use Camera Raw as a Photoshop filter. The post includes both the video tutorial and the tutorial found in the book.
MasteringFilm.com is a blog powered by bestselling Focal Press authors and industry experts. It features tips, advice, articles, video tutorials, interviews, and other resources for aspiring and professional filmmakers.
A revealing post by Scott Kirkpatrick, currently the Director of Distribution for MarVista Entertainment and author of Writing for the Greenlight: How to Make Your Script the One Hollywood Notices.
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AudioUndone.com is a blog powered by Focal Press authors and industry experts that features tips, advice, articles, video tutorials, interviews and other free resources.
Get our FREE e-book A Crash Course to Making Your Mark in the Recording Industry, which provides an overview of a wide-range of crucial topics in audio and recording. Whether you are just entering the field, or have been in it for decades, you will find this to be a useful guidebook.
View the video trailer to Recording Secrets for the Small Studio, in which author Mike Senior takes you through its key features and provides a selection of recordings using the principles incorporated in his book.
Read a free excerpt from our recent book Mic It! by Ian Corbett by Martin Evening, on learning the fundamentals to making simple, technically and artistically correct recordings.
Kristina Abbotts commissions research-level books across Routledge’s economics and business lists. Her focus is on finance; international economics; labour economics; economics of innovation; industrial economics; marketing science; and operations, information and innovation management. Kristina also publishes professional practice titles across a range of subject areas that appeal, in their broadest sense, to a business audience.
Shoma Choudhury commissions research monographs, edited collections, handbooks, and readers in the areas of international relations / defence & strategic studies, economics / business & management, media & culture studies, and literature. She also looks at gender, environment, and religion. She is actively looking for books on current and topical issues in these areas.
Terry Clague has overall responsibility for the business, economics & law editorial teams at Routledge. Terry’s commissioning remit includes accounting, business history, the creative and cultural industries, and entrepreneurship. His publishing career started at Routledge in 2001 as editorial assistant on the economics list and has included editorial responsibilities across the humanities and social sciences.
Andy Humphries has particular responsibility on the Economics list for political economy, economic theory and methodology, transport economics, and environmental, agricultural, and ecological economics. He is keen to publish the latest cutting-edge research in these areas through monographs and edited collections, as well as building on our extensive programme of textbooks and handbooks.
Emily Kindleysides has particular responsibility for titles in development economics, the history of economic thought, economic history, feminist economics, social economics, and health economics. She is also responsible for Routledge’s market leading programme in Regional Studies, which she is keen to continue to develop and expand. Emily has been with Routledge for ten years, and commissions research titles for several leading monograph series, cutting-edge handbooks, and textbooks for students.
Yongling Lam, who is based in Asia, publishes titles across business, management and economics disciplines. She is particularly interested in projects with a focus on Asia or Australia. She is actively seeking to expand her list in the areas of emerging economies, regional economic integration, development economics, Asian financial markets and behavioural finance, and Asian business.