While there are a variety of ways to match color across your subject, the selective color adjustment layer is a simple and intuitive way to go about it. This brief video tutorial has the info you need.
Cristen Gillespie has a great article over at CreativePro that will help you understand and use Adobe Photoshop’s Isolate Layers feature. Isolate Layers lets you work on objects without having to search through dozens of layers, locking or hiding everything that might get in your way.
Terry White shows how to use bitmapped images as custom Brushes in Illustrator CC.
It’s easy to find flat flag artwork online. But it’s not so easy to find images of rippling flags, especially shot against the background you want. Fortunately, you can use Photoshop to create a multi-purpose rippling flag, and then replace the design with the flag of your choice. Pretty cool, right? So let’s see how it’s done.
Check out this simple Photoshop tutorial by Steve Caplin at CreativePro that’ll help you turn your flat artwork into a rippling flag.
Add an e-mail to your Reminders list on OS X to ensure that you remember to reply or complete a task. Here’s how.
Manually mounting a USB hard drive attached to your AirPort isn’t terribly difficult, but it can be a real nuisance. Chris Breen has an excellent article over at Macworld to help you automatically mount USB drives attached to your airport using Automator.
One of my favorite snippets about QR Codes from a Scott Stratten marketing presentation. It’s amazing how many times I see QR Codes misused.