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Jason Anderson

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Joined over 11 years ago.

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avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Smooth Font Style

Nice use of layer styles to create this. Each section the layer styles might have had a little more on the settings, as you only covered the colors and gradients. Cool effect though...

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago

Very neat - and time appropriate too! Thanks for sharing this..

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago

Good intro to js...very useful for beginners

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Banner Loop

Neat info, but I am curious as to how often a publishing site would only allow a 3x loop. Also, you move around in the video a lot - kind of makes me dizzy..Perhaps you could output to larger than the 428x356 screen on your site? (600x400 comes to mind)?

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago

Neat idea and a smooth, sharp implementation. Not sure I like the shiny glossy look, but that's just subjective.

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago

Can't tell you the number of sunset shots I've had where I wished it was a clear night for the stars....now I have a fix! Thanks!

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago

Pretty neat - would you mind sharing the color settings from your gradient overlay?

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: TJ Ford Image Tutorial

It'd be nice if you gave more specific details on which filters and which settings from each you used versus "just playing around". If I wanted to duplicate this exact one for practice, what would I have to do?

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Glossy scarfs or banners

Very cool...I am already thinking of several uses of this :)

avatarCanonBlogger over 11 years ago

While keeping things simple is a good thing, this goes a little too far. Try adding more detail like how you can add some sepia back in, or some slight tonal changes in different channels to get different b/w effects.