A new design video this week! Learn how to use Pixelmator to make cartoons, comics and much more using the Halftone feature. Create your own comic strip, design a cartoon or add pizzazz to your designs quickly and easily. (more…)
This month’s live session was the first in the Lightroom series and the whole session is now available on demand via YouTube
In contrast to last month’s technical issues all the tech behaved itself during the Adobe Bridge session. If you were there I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. However, if you missed it you’ll be glad to know that the whole session is now available on demand via YouTube
Fotor is a free app available from the Mac App Store that provides photo editing and collaging features together with batch processing capabilities. (more…)
I had great fun at the live training session recently dedicated to Photoshop Brushes despite a few technical issues on the night. Of course technical issues just add to the excitement of a live event! If you were there I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. However, if you missed it you’ll be glad to know that the whole session is now available on demand via YouTube
I use a whole range of video editing applications and for me one of the most natural ways to navigate the timeline in these apps is to use a pinch gesture on my trackpad. I actually bought a trackpad solely for this purpose, it’s all I use it for and to save time swapping between the mouse, my Shuttle Pro and the trackpad I use it left handed.
The problem is not all apps support this type of navigation and Camtasia 2 for Mac from TechSmith is one of the ones that doesn’t. But never one to be beaten I have hacked a solution to this oversight and share how you can do the same in this video tutorial.