Graphic Design Student Profile & Portfolio

Graphic Design Student Profile & Portfolio from Double Effect Training House

As a creative professional, your life and your combination of high quality mold design; it is money and your workload and call anyone to wish to hire or commission the first port. It should show your breadth of your output, your skills and experience, how you generate and realize the idea, basically the whole creative process.

If you do well, this creative mix should impress and surprise, showing how you and your job will be a very valuable asset to the audience, whether it is staff or an independent full-time member.

Graphic Design Course Student Profile Portfolio

Graphic Design Course Student Profile Portfolio from Double Effect Training House

1. Only showcase your best work in your portfolio, if you’re not 100 percent satisfied with the results, then do not have this feature. Through your work to show the creative journey is a good thing, but people do not want to go back to college (unless you are a recent graduate), as well as the old saying goes: “You have only your latest work” should be revisited. It is often difficult to self-edit, but the choice of being very inconsiderate to ensure that all work has reached scratches, and meet your standard is very important.

2. This is what student learned a lot early: start with a really powerful killer, will grab their attention and then make fun in the same conversation title, which will make them want more to finish. It is easy to see that this can be applied to traditional print combinations, but the same idea can be used on e-mails on iPad or with attachments that are really easy to PDF.

3. Even if you primarily print designers, there is no reason not publish online portfolio this day and age. You do not need to know any code to take advantage of features such as providing collective goods and Website Space Square, let alone provide a variety of  WordPress theme ready and beautiful. Do not forget the giant platform social Facebook, Google Plus.

4. As mentioned above, the key is to leave the viewer want more, especially at the beginning of the use, because you do not want to talk about the meeting or the interview did not arrive. Also, remember not to overdo it in some areas of your portfolio. If you do, then the job information chart has some key pieces and then show something different, and the last thing you want is someone who produces 100 examples of the same type of work.

Graphic design portfolio Training Course Malaysia

Graphic design portfolio Training Course Malaysia

5. Do not try to over-modification (portfolio or print) your online portfolio. By allowing the work to make the project easier to see great conversation format. Student always asked why he chose out of their way to design their portfolio website: “The idea is basically to make the work as easy as possible and easy viewing, we also hope that all the items on the page, which will allow anyone to trust us to easily scan the items until you find the desired reference.

6. If you are in the heart of the artist, you love the beautiful, visual stimulation of the design and eye-catching photos, you should have a solid knowledge of the basics in Photoshop. In this process you will learn all aspects of Photoshop, which will allow you to achieve personal items that you have been dreaming of and you will get a series of skills that will open the door to start and develop your career as a freelancer.


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Drones Aerial Videography Services Malaysia

Drones Aerial Videography Services and Learning Malaysia

“We coverage covers all the themes in this process, certainly very interesting nature, the quality of production is great.If you want to get a four-axis aircraft, and use it to shoot wonderful video and images, you should take this road. “Nang from Double Effect Training House.

TLP Terminal Langsat Port Drone Scene Malaysia

TLP Terminal Langsat Port Drone Scene Malaysia

TLP Terminal Langsat Port Drone Footage

TLP Terminal Langsat Port Drone Scene


Drones Aerial Videography Services and Learning Malaysia


Drones Aerial Videography Services and Learning Malaysia

Drones Aerial Videography Services and Learning Malaysia

Drone and Aerials shapes and sizes are here to stay. Those who know how to fly is about to have a whole new world of opportunities. photography and photographic separate industry has and will continue to see a major change, because the wheel is used as a camera various airlines. Businesses are aware of these options, and pay attention to the Drone and Aerials can provide additional employment.

This is an exciting time to be part of a new “unmanned” this economy. Speed, improve UAV aerial imaging skills-based precious and valuable.

Photographers and cameramen! You want your images to a new level again? Video course is about helping you to use multiple runners (Drone and Aerials) as soon as possible to start shooting aerial photographs and a good video. At the same time, I will teach you to avoid many difficulties or problems Choose air platform, encountered a safe flight to learn to fly.

What can you get from Drone and Aerials?

The camera’s unmanned aircraft is very interesting to fly and will add a new dimension to your work. If you are a photographer, this course will help cameraman and photographer have the skills and knowledge you need to be sure to add an epic aerial video project. GoPro learns the best setup and post-processing techniques to achieve the best video quality.

But the photographer can have as much fun as the static photo of the unmanned aircraft with multiple rotors. We will include the collection and static photos with GoPro’s processing, turning into amazing stunning masterpieces.

Real estate brokers, farmers, miners, law enforcement officials, hobbies pure … … the possibility of imaging a lot of air. The latest technology makes aerial photography and video easier than ever before. At the same time, it is important to know the laws, regulations and best practices to ensure your success.

What will I learn?

  • UAV to understand and identify all components, and controllers
  • Society and charge the battery and power controller
  • Learn how to sign FAA
  • Learn how to use a computer to update the firmware UAV
  • Understanding the FAA implemented the Safety Guide
  • Learn to use and become familiar with all the settings DJI GO App
  • Learn three different flight patterns
  • Learn how to use your fail-safe function
  • Understanding your camera settings and options
  • Control of the learning remote control
  • Pre-flight calibration study UAV
  • Learn how to take off and landing
  • Learning how to manipulate the drone in the air
  • Learn how to take photos and videos
  • Learn how to edit aerial photos
  • Learn useful accessories UAV
  • Learn how to legally sell aerial imagery

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Rodenstock Apo-Ronar 1:9 f=800 mm 32 inch Used Large Format lens for USD4,500.00

Rodenstock Apo-Ronar 1:9 f=800 mm 32 inch Used Lens called for USD4,500.00

Rodenstock GmbH (German pronunciation: [ˈʁoːdn̩ʃtɔk]) is a German manufacturer of ophthalmic lenses and spectacle frames. The company, which was founded in 1877, is headquartered in Munich. It has a worldwide workforce of approximately 4,200 and is represented in more than 80 countries with sales subsidiaries and distribution partners. Rodenstock maintains production sites for ophthalmic lenses at a total of 14 locations in 12 countries.


The foundation for Rodenstock’s development was laid in 1877 by Josef Rodenstock with his workshop and shop for lenses, frames, barometers, and measurement instruments in Würzburg. In 1880, he developed his first patented products – diaphragm lenses. Two years later, he started exporting internationally and founded his own production sites. Since 1883 the company’s headquarters is located in Munich.

In the new millennium, the ophthalmic optics company quickly developed from a small tradesman shop into a modern industrial enterprise. For example, the first bifocal lenses came from Rodenstock as did UV-absorbing lenses.

In addition to the production of lenses, the third generation put special focus on the manufacture of frames. In 1955, Rodenstock sold more than one million of them. Other innovations followed like, for example, self-tinting (phototropic) lenses and the first progressive lenses developed by the company, the Progressiv R, which was an immediate success in the 1980s.

In the 1990s, the unique selling point as a manufacturer of lenses and frames from a single source was consistently developed. Through continuous innovations, Rodenstock further expanded its market share during that time. In 2000, the company landed a real coup in the field of individual progressive lenses with the product ImpressionILT. Rodenstock invented the modern progressive lens.

In 2000, the precision-optics division, Rodenstock Precision Optics, was sold to LINOS AG, which itself was subsumed by Qioptiq group in 2010 making Rodenstock Precision Optics a brand of Qioptiq.[1] The eyeglasses division is now owned by the European holding company Bridgepoint.[2] These independent entities still operate with the same stylized “R” logo.

Rodenstock generations
Josef Rodenstock (1878–1905) On 1 January 1878, Josef Rodenstock (32), a peddler of self-designed measuring instruments and spectacle frames from Thuringia, began business operations together with his brother Michael of the company “G. Rodenstock” which had been founded in Würzburg in 1877.

Alexander Rodenstock (de) (1905–1953) Alexander Rodenstock joined the company at the age of 22 in 1905. He had given up his studies of physics and economics at the urging of his father and started to prepare to take over the management of the family company; he did so in 1919.

Rolf Rodenstock (1953–1990) Rolf Rodenstock had a diploma in general business, a doctorate and a professorship. He took over the helm of the family company from his father in 1953. He supervised the reconstruction of the company and Rodenstock’s own “economic miracle” and was considered one of the most respected corporate personalities of the still young Federal Republic.

Randolf Rodenstock (de) (1990–2003) Randolf Rodenstock joined the company in 1976 and initially managed the company together with his father following his study of physics at Munich University and a subsequent MBA at the INSEAD management school in Fontainebleau, France. He took over general responsibility for the company in 1990 and focused the company on the demands of increasing industrial globalization.

Ophthalmic products
More than 135 years of tradition, experience and the associated know-how have made Rodenstock into one of the most important manufacturers of lenses and frames. Rodenstock is the only brand that delivers “spectacles from a single source” with frames and lenses as a complete provider and is the inventor of the first individual progressive lens Impression® as well as the technology EyeLT®. The frames collection of Rodenstock has been allocated with more than 50 awards.

The competence for both ophthalmic lenses as well as for frames makes Rodenstock into a unique brand in ophthalmic optics because it can offer spectacles wearers the complete ”spectacles” system from a single source.

These are apochromatic dialyts with 4 elements in 4 groups and an angle of view of 48° in lengths shorter than 480mm, narrowing to 40° above 760mm. They are optimized for 1:1 reproduction ratios, but also give excellent results in general photography, with extremely low distortion and superior sharpness. These lenses can be found mounted in shutter and as barrel lenses. Only some barrel Apo-Ronars can be remounted into a shutter, for details see . Most barrel APO-Ronars have a slot that allows to insert gel filters and waterhouse stops of any shape (for special effects) between the two optical groups, but there are also APO-Ronars with a fixed f-stop, i.e. a circular plate instead of an iris, and no filter slot. Lengths above 240mm also have a millimeters iris scale that indicates the real iris diameter, in order to calculate with high precision the effective f/stop when you work in close up and repro photography. This scale is typically starting at 2mm corresponding to a f-stop of 120 for a 240mm lens. Such and even higher values are useful for and only for prepress use. The CL-Versions (upcharge, more seldom) have a linear f-stop scale. This is useful for setting precise f-stops, specially when often different values are used.

Format coverage given for Focus at infinity at f/22

150mm f/9 (for 6×9 cm)
240mm f/9 (for 5×7 in)
300mm f/9 (for 5×7 in)
360mm f/9 (for 8×10 in)
420mm f/9 (for 8×10 in)
465mm f/9 (for 8×10 in)
480mm f/9 (for 8×10 in)
480mm f/11
485mm f/9 (for 10×12 in)
520mm f/9(for 10×12 in)
600mm f/11 (for 11×14 in)
600mm f/9 (for 11×14 in)
760mm f/14(for 12×16 in)
800mm f/9(for 14×18 in)
890mm f/14(for 16×20 in)
1000mm f/14(for 16×20 in)
1000mm f/16(for 16×20 in)
1070mm f/14(for 18×24 in)
1200mm f/14(for 20×24 in)
1200mm f/16(for 20×24 in)
1800mm f/16(for 30×40 in)

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