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30 Websites to find Creative Photography Inspiration

by Jake Rocheleau
on April 14, 2014

in Photography

I couldn’t possibly overstate the need for digital photography. Graphic designers love to use creative commons photos in digital work, but these same photos can also prove useful to an online journalist or editor. The need for digital photographs has risen tremendously in the past decade.

Thankfully modern Internet technologies have been advancing just as quickly. This gallery includes a handful of resources for locating photographs online. Some will provide creative commons licensing while others may be solely for inspiration. Whether you’re a photographer or another creative artist looking for great photographs, these websites are sure to help.

CC Search

cc creative commons photo search website

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28 Powerful WordPress Plugins to Extend your Website’s Functionality

by Jake Rocheleau
on April 7, 2014

in WordPress

I simply love WordPress as a blogging platform, and as a quickly-advancing content management system. The use of plugins within your WP installation can provide an inordinate amount of support to your website. It could be things like pricing tables, shortcodes, photo slideshows, even additional tools in the backend.

Within this showcase I have put together 28 exceptionally beneficial plugins you may want to check out. Each of these examples is a premium plugin released on CodeCanyon. But don’t let that dissuade you – most of these plugins range from $5-$15 and you get a lot of bang for your buck. Plus they can be fantastic learning tools for developing your own custom plugins.

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