Here’s a super-quick one-question survey for Tuesday! And a giveaway!
Is there a specific Photoshop technique that continues to elude you? Do you wish you were better at photo editing? At type and journaling well on your layouts? At creating your own digital/hybrid embellishments? At mixing paper and digital? At printing on specific items, such as canvas, vellum, transparency, or ribbon? At using your printer in general? At hybrid mini-albums? At using some of the cool hybrid products out there like water-slide decals and printable rub-ons?
What do you wish you knew how to do in Photoshop?
What do you wish you knew how to do on your computer that relates to scrapbooking?
This could include using Word, or digital organization, or page layout, font download/install/management, brush management, etc.
Let me hear it! :D Be as specific as you can, ok? Don’t worry about long-windedness or being too list-y. I love lists!
Also, if you’d like to let me know whether you consider yourself:
- Beginner digi (meaning ALL digi, except maybe mini-albums)
- Intermediate digi
- Advanced digi
- Beginner hybrid (meaning you make some blend of computer tricks on your paper pages, or paper and digi pages)
- Intermediate hybrid
- Advanced hybrid
That would be great! :D (I know, that makes the survey two questions long… sorry)
And just to make this little survey worth answering, I’ve got two copies of my BRAND NEW BOOK, Computer Tricks 2 to give away to two random lucky winners!
Post to this thread before 6 p.m. EST on Thursday, Feb 21 for a chance to win. :) Tell your friends as well! I am interested in hearing from newbies and oldsters alike on your Photoshop challenges. :)
on 2008-02-19 19:01 by Jessica
Lots of comments pouring in! Post away! Don’t be shy! This is your chance to be heard, and I can help. :)
And for those of you wondering - yes! I will read EVERY ONE. I’ll even print them out. Maybe I’ll even snuggle them. So post! Get your questions out there. :D
on 2008-02-20 04:20 by Jessica
I love you guys. You’re laying it out there bigtime, asking tough questions. Asking real questions. Jared and I are wondering how we capture and parse this data. Yes, that is how geeks spend a romantical evening at home. Figuring out how to capture and parse YOUR data, friends! Bring it on! We’ve got candles lit and everything. You have until Thursday, 6 pm EST.
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