Biggest Career Mistake

Biggest Career Mistake

Learned that projectitis was a thing, only after I experienced it for the first time 10 years ago. I liken the project to a kid who’s never had candy before…. Here is the article from The Creative Group: The long version: My biggest career mistake was made almost ten years ago, when I had reached […]

Mountain Lion: Dealbreaker?

Posted by on Oct 26, 2012 in Education & Instruction, Techie Stuff

Remember Variations in Photoshop? Do you remember where that feature went and why? WHY: Adobe drops 32-bit Mac Support WHERE IT WENT: Variations can be found in the 32-bit Photoshop Elements 10 app (not sure about 11 or 12) Not a big deal for professionals, I know. But because I still run Snow Leopard on […]

Photoshop Paths: Compound (clipped) Paths

Posted by on Oct 19, 2012 in Education & Instruction

Paths aren’t what they used to be. All the defaults support masking. Not necessarily a bad thing since that is a very useful function (one of my favorites). Then there are saved selections, also handy. However, I can whip out complex paths in minutes and re-use that shape or the cut-out image for a multitude […]

“Game Crossing”

Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in Education & Instruction, Techie Stuff, Texture
“Game Crossing”

This image was created because we saw a sign that said “GAME CROSSING”. I took a simple highway shot during our vacation travels and had fun with it – the perfect place for Zelda, Angry Birds, Draw Something, World of Warcraft, Diablo 3, Fruit Ninja, and FarmVille games to cross. Kicking off my new consumer […]