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Lesson 2: Less Input. More Output.

I wake up, get out of bed and immediately go and grab my smart phone. Coffee – even it can wait.

Phone in one hand, thumb sliding and tapping, I plop down on the couch and reach for the remote control with my other hand. 559 more words

Wallet-size and the Double Crop Conundrum

If you’ve ever dealt with a professional print fulfillment labs and had a client order a wallet-sized image, you may have run into the Double Crop Conundrum.  722 more words


A Matter of Balance

I recently read an article in Wired Magazine entitled “Fear & Liking on Facebook”. Author Mat Honan liked EVERYTHING he saw on Facebook for a period of 48 hours. 227 more words

Art In Your Everyday

Camera Raw Essential

The next stage of development in Photoshop CC Essential Training is Camera Raw Essential. This area covers Comparing raw and JPEG files, Starting in Camera Raw instead of Photoshop, Touring the Camera Raw user interface, Previewing before and after adjustments, Toggling on screen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings, Choosing output settings and Saving a copy without going  to Photoshop.


Fireplace Inserts Help Increase Heat Output and Fuel Efficiency - Seekonk, MA

When cold weather strikes in Seekonk, MA you want to hunker down in front of a blazing fire to keep yourself warm. This is why you should turn your open hearth fireplace into a reliable source of heat at home. 143 more words

Writing output part 3 – Write-Warning: Letting the user know about a problem

Eventually I did not get to this post yesterday.

Write-Warning is one step up from Write-Verbose on the ‘the user needs to know this’-scale. While verbose messages are hidden by default and are only meant for those users who want to take a peek under the hood, … 652 more words