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How Has Technology Changed Art?

We all are witnessing the changes being made in the art these days. Technology has the power to change anything. It is changing the traditional art into digital art.Amazing digital art has taken place of traditional art. Digital art is exploring itself in many different ways that one can imagine. Different software is developed to increase the presence of digital art.Photoshop Artists are one of the most common digital artists who give an amazing look to a picture with the help of imaging software and different applications.These applications are developed with the help of technology. Anyone can be a digital artist having knowledge and proficiency in Photoshop.Difference between traditional artists and digital artists is that traditional artists use paint and cement for their art and digital artists use imaging software and applications in their art. Some of the applications have the power to create 3D art work.Technology has taken art into a new level of creativity. Let us talk about how technology has changed traditional art into digital art. We know that internet is ruling the world with its power. So, artists decided to present their art online with the help of internet. This is possible with use of technology.You must have seen art galleries and attended painting exhibitions in your life. These doesn’t work well these days so artists find a way where they can get more attention and more praise for their work. Most of the artistic stuff is now seen online and is circulated to the art lovers.
There are some places where exhibitions are held and we do respect them. But presenting paintings, sculptures and art work online is in trend. Some of the artists are also showing their art on the basis of card swipe panel or coins.How this work – when you enter coins or swipe card in the panel, the panel shows you some of the art work for a few minutes and then gets closed and if you want to see it again or explore more, further you need to swipe your card or add coins into it. This is how artists are using technology.How digital artists are using technology for their art work
Digital artists already in touch with technology are aware of the systems that are in trend and use them to create their art work and sell them online.Some of the professional digital artists are earning a lot of bucks by selling their art work. They can also design the ones that you want and are also ready to make any modifications you need.They use different software to explore their skills and made it more impressive. They are using technologies that offer new ways to express their art work in a realistic way for much more time.They are using different types of media and mix them to provide a more creative art work. Their 3D art work looks as real as it is present live in front of you.Technology not only brings changes in education, medical field, industry and business but also brings a huge change in the art work and the artists as well.Technology opens different paths for the artists to enter into for a good earning. They made their profession more powerful along with their art work.In our busy lives we hardly get time to meet each other and our loved ones. How can it be possible to see exhibitions and galleries? So technology has brought this change in the art workers to show their skills and talent to people from anywhere in the world.Technology is getting advanced and making more useful for the common man as well as artists. Technology has provided us with several things that we should be thankful. One of them is digital art work.

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Plan B – Steps For Navigating Tough Financial Times

As the economic crisis continues to unravel layer-by-layer and financial institutions continue to maintain an ever-tightening stronghold on the masses, it is important for consumers to do two things right away:
Get a grip and do not fear. The good news is that too many people are in the same predicament so, no room for any one person to feel alone amidst lack or even being treated unfairly.
Create a Plan B and walk it out. Nothing worse than being told what to do or knowing what to do, yet, failing to act.Yes, times are tough. Be it job loss, credit woes or foreclosure, everyone (and I do mean everyone) must make tough decisions about how they live, work, play and do business. Some are in dire straits more than others but in the same straits nevertheless.More important than working to salvage financial portfolios or creating a resume that may or may not be seen let alone yield a job offer, is learning how to navigate tough financial times.What can you do to ensure success?Avoid procrastination. Better to be a work-in-progress than a stagnating pond. When you stand still or do nothing, there’s a tendency for fear to increase. Action coupled with valuable practical insight gives faith wings.Be proactive. Do not wait until you receive a pink slip, you are on your last dime or your credit privileges change before you make changes. Look for alternatives; ask for help, work to get out of debt, do your research-now!Build confidence. Learn a new skill and/or sharpen your strengths. Seek professional help to get clarity on all things business and all things financial. Inexpensive, seminars, workshops and continuing education options abound via local and virtual colleges and universities. At the very least, there is information to be garnered via the Web and government agencies such as the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Federal Trade Commission. Also, most professionals do offer free consultations.Negotiate alternatives. Where there is no job, create one. Assess a company or individual’s needs and propose how you can help at a low cost to them, but maximum profit to you.Complete the cycle. Follow-up yes, but also follow-through. (See, the two things to do right away).Expand your circle. You can only grow as far as your circle is wide. The broader your scope, the greater your level of insight and therefore, influence. Make it a point to network with people in at least three related and unrelated industries. MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter-need I say more?Practice your performance. Take time to practice conducting interviews, delivering an elevator pitch or making an introduction. The more you do it, the more your confidence will increase.Prioritize. Economic conditions do not determine the difference between want and need-you do. So, make a list of things you need to maintain your livelihood and research resources that ensure those needs are met. Meanwhile, employ discipline and patience to obtain the things you want.Tag Team. Team up with people who will motivate you as well as assist. No man is an island. Two is better than one. A three-fold cord cannot be [easily] broken. There is strength in numbers. Pinpoint a faith-based, community, social, professional or other organization where you can give and receive help.Stick it out. Come what may, do not give up, cave in or quit.Today, it is painfully obvious that to be in “bad” debt is to be in bondage. It is also clear that we should all strive to live within our means. Regardless of where this financial crisis finds you, do not let not having enough or being backed into the credit crunch corner lead you to drastic measures. As with any trial, things have a way of working themselves out especially if you allow wisdom, time, faith and patience to be your guide.To the millions of people around the world affected by the financial crisis, let it be said that quitting is not an option. Be motivated by the hope that there are brighter days head.