New Video Tutorials on Layers Magazine & PSD Tuts+

Good morning everyone!

It seems like an eternity since I’ve posted on the blog. Thanks for keeping up-to-date with events through my YouTube channel, G+ & Facebook. We’re still ironing out tech issues here, but I think it’s safe to start posting again. *crosses fingers & toes*

As many of you know I’ve been keeping busy creating content for a number of folks. This week I’m excited to share that I have video tutorials delivered to Layers Magazine & PSD Tuts+. You can catch my Illustrator tutorial on Pen Tricks which was posted yesterday, and I’ll be sure to link the other tutorials as they’re posted online. If you’re antsy for my latest YouTube video, don’t fret Episode #50 is coming soon. It takes more than a computer meltdown, leaky roof & water damage to keep me away from recording.

Thanks to everyone that has been submitting suggestions for tutorials. You can always post here, or leave me comments on YouTube, G+ & Facebook.

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3 comments

  • Bob McAnally   Reply →

    I watched “Using Snapshots vs Virtual Copies in Lightroom – I Create Content #15”

    In your video, as you go from History to Snapshot, it was clear that you had Solo Mode set for the Left panel. In a standard work that would be normal, but for instructional purposes it would have been better to leave History and Snapshot both open to show how the snapshot shows up in history when invoked and among the options available, you can click on the previous history state to go back.

    Bob Mc
    p.s. https://ajwood.com/contact/ is BLANK

    • A.J. Wood   Reply →

      Bob – Thanks for leaving a comment, and letting me know about the Contact page.

      You make a good point about the solo mode. In a previous video I discuss how the Snapshots relate to History, and didn’t repeat that info in this particular video. I appreciate the critique and feedback.

      – A.J.

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