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Jason Anderson

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Joined about 12 years ago.

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avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago

While the mechanics are on, tutorials tend to be better with graphics as visual aids. Add some screen shots to increase appeal.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago
Original Tutorial: Postcard Signature Tutorial

Link takes to a forum - no credentials on forum so can't see tut

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago
Original Tutorial: Welcome to Photoshop CS3

The info is good, but it's so spread out and mixed with the ads - makes it difficult to follow. I know monetizing is valuable, but when the ads detract from the content, you're not doing yourself any favors. Just my 2ยข

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago
Original Tutorial: The Basics

Very basic, but definitely a good idea for total newbies to start at. Keep up with it and you'll eventually get me hooked! :)

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago
Original Tutorial: Scrolling Text

The linked material is very abbreviated in the forum, and the video links from the forums are not working...

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago

Very cool...great use of transform tool too!

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago
Original Tutorial: Web Color Basics

I like the descriptions and meaning in various cultures - very helpful when designing for a specific client.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago

Great tut and details...the only thing I'd like to see added are the gradient color values if I was working through replication.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago
Original Tutorial: HDR Photography

Listed as a Photoshop tut, but you first reference Photomatix...then in PS, you reference Nik Color Efex...why not just merge directly into PS and work up from there?

avatarCanonBlogger almost 12 years ago
Original Tutorial: Holiday Wreath

Very neat - and seasonally appropriate too. Good one!