What’s in my camera bag?

For those interested in what I shoot with, it’s mixed bag, and it’s more than one bag. What I carry depends on what I’m doing, where I’m going, and what I need. I am never without some form of image capture.

Instructional videos aid online banking users

Bay Federal Credit Union rolled out a new online banking solution for their entire membership base in the Fall of 2015. Due to the significant differences from their old online banking system, they needed to create a large number of… Continue Reading →

Good, Free Imaging and Graphics Tools

If you are on a budget and aren’t satisfied with the graphics utilities that come with your computer’s operating system, these offerings are worth taking a serious look at. I’ve used many of them myself and have looked ad dozens… Continue Reading →

Black and White Conversion: Sandstone Outcrop

This started out as a color slide. It can be seen in it’s original color on my photo gallery page. I decided to convert it to black and white to see what it would look like. Black and white conversion is… Continue Reading →

Quick Turn on Vector Art Conversion Allows Finished Product Presentation at Tradeshow

H2Optx, Inc needed some outline art created and prepped for vinyl cutting in short order for presentation of their latest medical industry measurement and testing products at the Annual IFPAC Conference in Arlington, VA. I was provided the original product logotypes in… Continue Reading →

Illustration Technique: The 3D Look

The “3D Look” is just about any style that evokes a sense of depth and perspective – a feeling of being next to an object, or being able to reach out and touch it. The purpose of an illustration is to… Continue Reading →

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