The Track ~ Colorado Springs
Oil on canvas, Herman Mt., Colorado
The massive power of Photoshop can be intimidating if you’re just starting out. Sometimes relationships (like yours with Photoshop) can be helped by an introduction from a trusted friend. For those of you who’d like to see what a little Photoshop knowhow can do for your Photography, Deke’s got a new course—-Introducing Photoshop: Photography—-over at lynda.com (and the Introduction and first four movies of it are unlocked so you can try it out free). (via dekeOnline)
I’m a big user of Collections in Lightroom. But every once in a while, I’m in a collection and I need to get back to the original folder that a photo came from. If the collection just has photos from one folder, than it’s usually not so hard for me to find it. But sometimes I have collections with photos from multiple folders and I forget where their original “home” is. Well, Lightroom has a way to find it. Just right-click on your photo (btw… if you don’t have a right click mouse, it’s time to join the year 1998 and get one ). Anyway… just right-click on your photo and choose Go To Folder In Library. Lightroom will automatically bring you out of the collection, and in to that original source folder in the Library module. (via Finding A Photo in Lightroom | Lightroom Killer Tips)
With five New York art spaces showing maps, charts, and diagrams, it’s a great moment for flowchart art (via 10 Amazing Data Visualizations of Creativity and Art History | ARTnews)
Rusty steel in the Boston Harbor
My Fall 2013 visit to Boston ~ beautiful evening walk through the Public Garden.
Illustration, Newburyport, MA