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software Archives - Eric Doggett Studios

A New Site!

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I’m super-pumped to announce that a redesigned website is online! I’ve been doing some major renovations around here. Here are some of the details: First up, a new look and feel. That one is obvious. The blog is now part of the site (rather than in a separate directory). This means that I can link between blog posts and portfolio...
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APA Contest Winner / BlinkBid Giveaway

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I was excited to hear that my giraffe image picked up 2nd place in the Fine Art/Personal category of APA’s 2013 photo contest! There were some great winners in the various categories, and you should check them all out here. While I don’t really enter contests, I do enter and support ones from the big names like APA, PDN, etc….

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the dogblog turns 7

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It’s hard to believe that I launched this blog in June of 2006. Actually, I think it was before then, as I had some third party blogging software around 2005 which published its own pages (I don’t remember the name of it, but it started with an ‘i’). Now it’s 7 years later, and today I’ve just launched the 7th…

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Photoshop Hide Show Layer Keyboard Shortcut

the elusive show/hide layer shortcut

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Heads up – it’s geek-out time now. One of the things that’s always bugged me about Photoshop is that there is no keyboard shortcut for showing/hiding the current layer. A lot of times, I like to quickly do some before/after checks to see if the adjustment layer I just added is working. Usually I’m clicking on the show/hide eye icon…

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Create with Adonit

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I’m happy to share some work I’ve done for Adonit‘s new “Create” campaign. Adonit is a tech company that makes incredible styluses and keyboards for iPads and iPhones. Their top product, the Jot Touch, connects via Bluetooth, meaning that it gives you pressure sensitivity on the stylus. I got my hands on one and enjoy using it. The idea with…

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A few days with the Fuji X-Pro1

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About a week ago, I decided to rent the brand-new Fuji X-Pro 1 for a few days. It was on a whim; I had not played with a Fuji X100 before, and so I didn’t know really what to expect. My professional cameras to this point have been the Canon 5d and 5d mark 2, plus a stint with a…

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Pin the Tail on the TOS

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I’ve been watching the Pinterest saga for a few weeks now. Although I have an account, I haven’t used it yet (although I find it interesting that people have somehow found me there). As is the case with many social networks, the issue here are the terms of service that you agree to when you use Pinterest. Depending on your…

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Using Silver Efex Pro 2 To Hype Your Contrast

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Have you ever been interested in pumping up the contrast in your work beyond the standard tone-curve adjustments that all of the books teach? After hanging with my friend Douglas Sonders at Photoshop World in Vegas and mentioning my technique to him, I decided to put together this video tutorial on how I do it. For me, I enjoy walking…

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