So, you may have noticed as part of last week’s iStockphoto.com big announcements, there was included a per credit price increase of $1 for a package of 10 credits, and a smaller amount as amount purchased increases. There was also the introduction of the new Value collection, with lower credits per image prices […]Continue Reading →
Today’s portfolio update is to introduce my new massage series, including couple’s massage images. This series was done with two real massage therapists to lend it authenticity. I’ll tell you, the models never had to work so hard! 🙂 Another note, I tried to keep it light and bright, with accents of turquoise and brown, […]Continue Reading →
A popular design element the last few years has been the “white card” style image. It is basically a person peering over or around a white card, normally a piece of foam core, or posterboard, adjusted to be perfectly white.
This type of image can be used above or beside a […]Continue Reading →
In photoshop, a path is a vector that you can use to select an area of the content you are working with. It isn’t a raster selection representation, like when you use an opacity mask on a layer (see below).
The black/white opacity mask above represents the selection that the saturation layer is acting […]Continue Reading →
Looking for some content for your 2008 design work? I do my best to provide a variety of royalty free stock image content for the holiday season, and I’d sure appreciate it if you took a look.
All New 2008 Imagery
All of my holiday imagery this year is available in iStockphoto’s XXL […]Continue Reading →
iStockphoto.com is a Royalty Free stock photo site. It does not sell imagery Rights Managed. You may have heard these terms before, but what do they mean, and what is the difference between the two?
To start, they both refer to licensing agreements. When you purchase an image at iStockphoto, what you are […]Continue Reading →