MacOS Big Sur, Photoshop, and Lightroom Classic

Like a lot of other people, I had issues downloading and installing Big Sur at first. Definitely not the kind of glitch you want to have happen when you release a new operating system, but Apple seemed to get it fixed quickly enough. Once I got it downloaded, I created a bootable external USB SSD … Continue reading MacOS Big Sur, Photoshop, and Lightroom Classic

Data-Driven Graphics in Photoshop

There are times we have to create a bunch of similar graphics in Photoshop. Instead of creating each one individually, we can use data sets in Photoshop to whip up as many graphics as we need with just a few clicks. This is useful for thank you cards, scheduled promotional graphics, reminder cards--anything you'd use … Continue reading Data-Driven Graphics in Photoshop

Evernote Conference and Top Ten List – Part Three

In the last two posts, I listed ten ways Evernote helps me stay organized in my personal and professional life. This post centers around freelance photography, and how Evernote keeps me sane. Part III: Photography Clipping tutorials, pose/style ideas, lighting diagrams and more I'm constantly surfing the web looking for inspiration, ideas, and tutorials. Whenever … Continue reading Evernote Conference and Top Ten List – Part Three

The New Photoshop Touch Apps Are Available on the Apple App Store | PHOTOSHOP.COM BLOG

Today, the highly anticipated Adobe Photoshop Touch apps – Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav – for Apple iPad are now available in the Apple App Store. These three initial apps from Adobe were developed using the Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK) in order to demonstrate the potential for new interaction between … Continue reading The New Photoshop Touch Apps Are Available on the Apple App Store | PHOTOSHOP.COM BLOG