Today’s inspiration is a resource, resource, resource. When I first started teaching photography to middle school kids, I needed lessons that would keep them entertained beyond a little ol’ portrait touch up so I hit the internet highway in search of great stuff to share with the kids. Several years ago, I found The Coffee Shop Blog and my life changed for the better.
Rita not only posts incredible tutorials that are easy to follow but also has the most incredible supply of FREE everythings. Free actions (with tutorials so that you CAN still learn how to do things on your own!), Free templates, Free storyboards, Free textures, Free digital papers, Free brushes…..and it’s all fantastic stuff. Loads of Free Actions I’ve found online are free for the main reason that they COULDN’T and SHOULDN’T cost money. But that is NOT the case with thecoffeeshopblog.com. The best part is that they aren’t just free for personal use, she also gives you full rights to use them commercially. All she requires is that you don’t turn around and sell them!
I could talk about her site all day, but really, you just need to quit reading this and get over there and enjoy it for yourself!
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