Category: Design

Google Photographer’s Conference Announced!

This history-making conference powered byGoogle’s Hangout (web conferencing) technology and the G+ platformofferscollaborative mix of photography, social media, branding and networkingsessions that will teach photographers how take full advantage of what’shappening now and whats to come on Google+, all taught...

/ 17 April 2012

Water Color Mixer

Using Photoshop 7 or above craft your own water color Brush Presets and along the way I’ll show you how to preserve the color scheme used during its creation. Step One: Create New Document Preset Open Photoshop and choose File...

/ 6 April 2012

Photoshop World 2012 Washington, D.C.

What up everyone? Corey here and I am so excited because the moment has finally arrived! Today we are off to Washington, DC for Photoshop World East 2012. This one promises to be extra exciting as we are in a...

/ 22 March 2012

Introducing Wacom Intuos 5!

Well as you may have heard, today Wacom announced the newest version of the Intuos line with Intuos 5 Touch. Yes, touch. IN a world of touch screen and the emerging world of gesture based interfaces it was inevitable that...

/ 1 March 2012

Notable Movie Posters of 2011

So it has been an interesting year in movies. There have certainly been a lot of good ones and even some severe disappointments. More so than usual it seems. However, even bad movies can have some impressive poster designs. So...

/ 16 December 2011

Must See Seminars!

The Kelby Training Live seminar tour is in full swing boasting a few new seminars this year with the latest materials and techniques around. In fact, Matt Kloskowski will be bringing the newly updated Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Live Tour to...

/ 24 February 2011

Special Holiday Package From onOne & NAPP

You can get one of the best deals of the year, a package valued at $600 for only $349.95. It’s the award-winning Perfect Photo Suite 5.5 ($499.95 value) from onOne Software – seven products in one that will save you...

/ 1 December 2010

Bert Monroy’s Times Square

Just a couple weeks ago, my good friend Bert Monroy unveiled his latest digital painting at the PhotoPlus Conference in New York City. This digital painting, which is 100% illustrated from scratch using Illustrator and Photoshop, is a whopping 5...

/ 10 November 2010

Quick Tips Tuesday

Hey gang,Thought I would share with you some quick Photoshop tips for today. It just seems to me that you can never have too many tricks in your arsenal to make you faster and perhaps more creative. Enjoy! Tip 1:...

/ 20 October 2010

TGIF New Bits…

Image of the Week PostedHi folks. It is Friday so I have just a few little bits for you today. Be sure to check out the newest image of the week over at the NAPP portfolio page. This week we...

/ 16 October 2010

Defining A Shape in Photoshop

Often times we find ourselves working in other applications that have certain features that other apps don’t necessarily have, or maybe they do but just not nearly as good. For instance, in Illustrator there is a remarkable collection of preset...

/ 15 October 2010

New Video from Larry Becker

NAPP Executive Director Larry Becker brings us another exclusive video to the Planet. This time Larry shares some tips on doing some photo retouching using dodge and burn. Click here to view now. Also remember to check out Larry’s newest...

/ 15 October 2010