Dave Cross discusses how perhaps instead of immediately asking for a tutorial or a pre-built preset or action, we try it ourselves.
Dave talks about how an experience with new (to him) software apps lead him to appreciate the way Adobe does things with consistency, and how we can apply consistency to how we use Photoshop.
Dave expands on the idea of Thinking like Photoshop, in particular how we should think about covering up instead of removing. And he recommends that you become your own stock photo agency.
Dave talks about what it means to be an advanced Photoshop user, or to use an “advanced” technique. And how the heck do we decide if something is advanced or not…and what is a hack?
Dave shares his opinion on whether Adobe Bridge get a bad rap (spoiler alert: he thinks it does and explains why). Hear about some of the similarities and differences between Lightroom and Bridge and how you can decide which is the best tool for you.
Rather than talking about one specific topic, this week Dave Cross raves about some of his recent favorite things, and rants (just a little) about some things that drive him a little bit crazy.
The way some users describe there problems learning Photoshop, it’s almost like they are apologizing for not doing a better job of learning. In this episode Dave Cross ponders the question, is it Photoshop that should be apologizing to us?