Cameron Davidson showed me photos from a recent humanitarian trip to Haiti which inspired the following idea. We are having a 20% off sale from now until the end of February. Just go to our store and you’ll see that everything is discounted. 10% of our profit for the entire month (not just from the sale) will be donated to Haiti relief. We have a page that explains the details of the charities, donations, and Cameron’s pictures.
Dave Huss in D.C.
Dave Huss is a popular writer of digital imaging books and magazine articles. He was one of the first press people I talked to back in 1994 and we are both going strong 16 years later. Youth is overrated! Dave recently showed me a beautiful set of photos he took in Washington, DC. I convinced him to put them on his web site here so you can enjoy them too.
© 2010 David Huss
Steve Caplin Shows Off Eye Candy
Steve Caplin wrote an extremely thorough and well illustrated review of Eye Candy 6 on creativepro.com. Lots of cool pictures, plus Eye Candy got 9.5 out of 10! Steve begins with, “No other filter set comes close to the realism and ease of use of some of Eye Candy's filters,” and ends with, “When you factor in the ability to painlessly create a huge range of natural textures and effects, Eye Candy 6 becomes a compelling purchase.”
Geoff Blake of Ten Ton Books made a video that shows a typical session in Eye Candy’s Glass filter. He demonstrates how easy it is to turn text into wet candy. This is a sample from Geoff’s Ten Ton Photoshop Essentials DVD which covers a wide range of Photoshop techniques. You can learn more at the Ten Ton Books site.