I was lucky enough to be asked to contribute to Adobe Creative Cloud’s blog site a few months ago and I’m really pleased (and a little flattered) that they’ve asked me back a couple more times.
From time to time I’m asked to take photographs of events at Rutland Water Nature Reserve (RWNR). I love doing this as the people there are lovely and even this townie picks up some knowledge from time to time! Recently…
I’m delighted to be working in the Adobe Theatre for the four days of The Photography Show both speaking about Hidden Gems and Creative Cloud Mobile Apps, Tools for Photographers. When not taking the stage I’ll be manning one of the ‘Pods’ answering questions and meeting visitors.
Each month with Digital Photographer magazine they offer video tutorials, Photoshop brushes and other assets that can be accessed from their online FileSilo. In the current issue (157) its my videos you’ll find there, and I couldn’t be more delighted.
I’ve been asked a few times about making a drawing effect in Photoshop, each time the outcome needs to be a little different. So I’ve been working on a technique that allows as much flexibility as possible. In this post for TipSquirrel.com I think I may be on to something?
I’d love to receive any feedback on this technique and see what has been achieved with it.
I’ve been writing for Fotolia for a little while now, pretty amazing to see my tutorials translated into six languages! My latest Photoshop tutorial for them is an introduction to 3D, stripped back, as easy as it can be.
Spending some of my time presenting to higher education classes I often set tasks for learners to do. Good practice in this case is to set a time and remind the learners how long they have left to complete the…
I was very proud to have an article published in this month’s Digital Photographer Magazine. The article’s all about adding blur to an image to give it some movement and interest. The image of a taxi that I used was…
The recent update to iOS included an overhaul of the photo editing software. now there’s a lot more control, in this video I take a look through them all;
I created this board from the TV programme Countdown as a teaching resource. You are more than welcome to download it from here and use it as you like. A credit (Tweet, Facebook mention perhaps) would be gratefully received. The file is ready to go and you should require no additional font (Futura Bold). Feedback is very welcome however support and reworking will not be possible, unless you want to hire me of course?