I am loving what this blog and Art Licensing Info community is evolving into lately… not only do I share things I find or learn, but I am beginning to have artists share what they are finding that might be of interest to everyone else as well. THANK YOU!
That is what it’s about – a community supporting each other, learning together and rooting for each other along the way.
Bruce Michael of www.SeasonalArtForLicensing.com recently sent me information about photographer Eddie Tapp’s “90% Technique” for adjustind correcting RGB colors in Photoshop. While I hand paint my art in watercolors, I often tweak and adjust it in Photoshop so any tips to make that easier and better are always greatly appreciated!
So I emailed Eddie and asked if I could, as they say in elementary school, “Share with the group.” He obviously said yes. (Thanks Eddie!)
Here is a bit about Eddie Tapp –
A gifted photographer and artist, Eddie Tapp has become a tireless educator for professional photographers and a prominent figure in the world of digital imaging. His digital imaging seminars have been hosted around the world, and he’s a regular consultant to businesses large and small. Today, he’s recognized as one of the top experts on digital photography and Photoshop in the world. With a reputation as an authority on workflow, color management, calibration and Photoshop, he is associated with Adobe Systems along with some of the world’s most prominent photographic manufacturers and distributors.
Eddie has made some of his specialized techniques and processes available to visitors of his site. These are the methods and techniques you’ve heard so much about — Dream Glow and Soft Focus. They are currently available, right here, for downloading.
Click the link to download his “90% Method of Color Correction”
Let me know if you have discovered resources that you’d like to share and I’ll see when we can fit them on the blog.
Thanks again Bruce & Eddie and everyone else in this fabulous community – know that I appreciate you!
– Tara Reed