Monthly Archives: May 2014

Photo Greeting Cards

I love the Holiday season and this is a wonderful opportunity to share some of my photography with family and friends. Making your own cards couldn’t be easier with blank InkJet or Laser printer cards, available everywhere. Creating perfect holiday photo cards should be an enjoyable experience and not an agonizing chore. Choosing a great […]

Read More

Printing Your Own Calendars

I like to do something to show my Muse Models a little appreciation for the holidays. I came up with something to thrill the models and keep them motivated to shoot all year… Calendars!! I started with Jeffrey Frield’s Calendar Script for Photoshop, and installed it per Jeffery’s instructions. Run Jefferey’s calendar script, just like […]

Read More

Easy GreenScreen Plugin for Photoshop v3.0

Shooting on Chroma-key or Green Screen backdrops have come a long way with today’s technological advances. The purpose of this article is to explore the advantages of one plugin in particular; the Easy Green Screen 3.0 plugin, available from: photoshopgreenscreen.com, as Freeware. The plugin is available for all versions of Photoshop, CS or higher, running […]

Read More

Define Common Image Folder for Multisite

wanna define a single common image directory for your Multisite? In WordPress multisite, media uploaded from the subsite users are stored to different subdirectories using blog id into uploads folder. But, if you need to save all media files in one folder rather than uploads folder with lots of child folders, then you are in […]

Read More

Social Sharing without Javascript

I write a book on the pros and cons of Javascript. As a web developer, of course, I use it daily, but I always try to keep it to a minimum. While writing my new theme for this site, I wanted to make an extra effort to be smart phone friendly and limiting the server […]

Read More