Posted July, 2008

  • Tomorrow’s Special Guest Blogger is…

    Jul 15th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    ….my buddy, brazen Canadian, and Photoshop User TV co-host; Dave Cross (a foreign man from a foreign land). Dave came up with an interesting idea for his post that at first might sound like a response or rebuttal to Stephen Johnson’s post from last week, but you have to read it for yourself tomorrow becauseContinue…

  • Coming Clean: Blog Disclosure Day

    Jul 14th, 2008  |  4 Comments

    My buddy RC was recently at an industry event and one of the instructors called him over to the side and basically said, “Hey man, be straight with me. Does Scott really write his blog himself, or does he have a team of people that write under the “Scott” name?” This isn’t the first timeContinue…

  • Calendar Tutorial Using Photoshop CS3

    Jul 11th, 2008  |  5 Comments

    Well, it’s finally here (putting this simple 10 minute tutorial together was harder than it looks—it took me nearly two hours, which is why this post is going up so late. Sorry ’bout that). This tutorial has a lot of steps, and takes nearly 10 minutes, but it’s NOT hard—it just has a lot ofContinue…

  • Thursday News Stuff

    Jul 10th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Hi Gang: It’s Thursday, here’s what’s goin’ on: First, my sincere thanks to Stephen Johnson for his thought-provoking special guest blog post yesterday. I thought it was especially cool that his comments were posted here on the Photoshop Insider (just to note: Don’t think for a moment that Stephen is anti-Photoshop. In fact, he’s inContinue…

  • Totally Just For Fun: Catch “Big Electric Cat” Drummer Scott Stahley’s Solo from our gig at BB King’s Bar & Grill this past April

    Jul 10th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    This is totally off topic, but it’s so cool I wanted to share it with you. It’s a 2 minute and 14 second kick butt drum solo taped during my band’s (Big Electric Cat) gig at the Photoshop World attendee party at BB King’s Bar & Grill in Orlando, Florida back in April. Our drummerContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday Featuring: Stephen Johnson

    Jul 9th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    The Intrigue of Complexity Art seems rarely achieved through complex techniques, hidden features or secret workflows. This is particularly true in the digital era where the distraction of the software itself can make the creative process become stymied in menus and self-doubt regarding using the program to its fullest potential. Add to this a steepContinue…

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