I recently wrote an article for Wacom discussing strategies and tricks for customizing your tablet. The summary is this: customize what makes sense! A frequent problem with customization, especially when there are many options, is having an idea about what to customize. In this article, I talk about not only the features, but I give…
Want some craziness on your Tuesday? Wacom is hosting a webinar with me on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014. This completely free event takes material from my latest book, The Hidden Power of Adjustment Layers and wraps it in experimental methods. Grab your goggles and stylus, and join me! Just register using the link below.
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Recently, I got bored and broke out a backdrop and light stand just to see what I could learn about shooting self-portraits. This is mostly because I don’t have many willing subjects. Also, the majority of my photo projects feature some kind of problem-solving aspect (that’s how I learn), and are typically seat-of-the-pants affairs – I don’t have any real idea of what I want. Inflicting my mental ramblings on a person in real time is not likely to be pleasant for either of us, so I tend towards inanimate objects that don’t complain when I constantly fiddle with lights, camera position, angles, etc.
However, I have LOTS of project ideas for people rolling around in my head. So I figured I should step in front of the camera and do some experimenting.