If you are first starting out navigating the Photoshop waters, learning to select fine details and masking an object can be time consuming and frustrating. Once you do all that work isn’t there away to save it so you don’t have to go through the entire song and dance again? YUP! (Now if your thinking “Oh, just save it as … Continue reading Photoshop Foundations: Channels demystified… How using them will save you valuable time when editing…
Did you know you can use Photoshop to create really cool stop motion, cinema graph short films? They probably go by a bunch of different names but I know them as “animated .gifs”. Artists and Photographers frequently use them to step through their process of how an image was created. I used this same technique in my … Continue reading How to bring your images to life! Create a living photo (i.e. Cinema-graph, animated .gif) in Photoshop!
It’s free stock Saturday! Today’s theme is Books! I was visiting my Dad a few weeks ago and I came across these books on his shelf and I thought they were so beautiful. I just had to take some stock of them. There is SO much inspiration you could draw from these images. A lot … Continue reading Free Stock Saturday! It’s time to hit the books!
It’s time to get in sync I am in the middle of syncing my brand. What does that mean? When branding a product or a service, one of the most important and most over looked details of branding is making sure all your marketing pieces have one cohesive look. Same colors, same logos, same slogan, same everything. I challenge you to … Continue reading Three reasons why creating marketing pieces from sales and deals is suffocating your creative business
Periodically I like to take some time to unwind and do a cool tutorial. It keeps my skills fresh and it keeps my creative juices flowing. I really enjoyed this one and I want to share it forward. Since the weekend is coming up and you usually have more time on the weekends this would … Continue reading Advanced Compositing Tutorial: Recreate “Silent Spring” by Becha!
I had the wonderful honor of being chosen as this month’s featured photographer for Fine Art Children’s Photography. This is a wonderful website and a great resource of tutorials and information geared specifically to children’s photography. I highly recommend them. FineArtChildPhotog.com This months featured photographer is Caroline Rutland of Caroline Rutland Photography in Nashville, TN Not only does Caroline … Continue reading April Featured Photographer: My interview with FineArtChildPhotog.com