With a MacBookAir vs the new surface 3 or surface pro 3, Does anyone also use the surface 3 tablet? How is it? The cost is great in comparison, I REALLY LIKE APPLE I'm wanting to use Adobe programs but the cost right now for apple would be allot, Is the surface good?
+brett emmerich If you're doing Photoshop, you'll be fine with any Mac you choose. I don't know what else you're doing so that's all I can say. You'd also be fine with a Surface Pro 3, which is what I'd actually recommend. Adobe is putting out some really fantastic stuff, like the new Light Room actually changes to a touch based interface when you detach the keyboard. Otherwise, I'd recommend a Mac
Right now I have the klipsch s3 and I'm looking for better IEMs In this list, which would be good? I listened the basic information of each pair that I could find. im not wanting to spend $1k on the shure se846 right now,
RHA t10i High-Fidelity in-ear headphones Frequency response 16Hz to 22kHz Impedance 16 ohm
RHA MA750i Noise-isolating in-ear headphones with mic and remote Frequency response 16Hz - 22kHz Impedance 16 ohms
SHURE 315 Impedance 27 ohms Minimum frequency response 22Hz Maximum frequency response 18.50kHz
What is the best way to get into a first time job for design? (I'm not planning to go to college because I just can't handle the garbage I was told I had to do with classes I wouldn't receive any credit for)
What kind of artist is +brett emmerich about? Photography? Animation? Logos? Find out what artist you are and hone your craft. Be adventous and have dreams. You will stumble and fall at times but keep fighting for that dream. I love typography but I lack the skill to create my own fonts but I keep learning and learn from failure. The best advice I can ever give is find a job that pays for you to pursue your dream. When you dream becomes reachable, then take flight and chase it.
Welding does interest me as it seems more precise on work and tools needed. But then engineering is what interests me more because I'm great with math, but as the word "engineering" is just a title for many different jobs by types. That's what gets me stuck on what to actually look at doing. Could welding lead to a good way of entering engineering? Thank you