Colin Smith on Curves


From time to time, I like to point out a tutorial written by someone else that I personally found to be helpful. This is one of those times.

Colin Smith of Photoshop Café has written may tutorials, as well as produced a large number of videos on both Photoshop and flying drones. They are all quite good.  In this video tutorial, he provides a thorough review of Curves in Photoshop. You may find it useful as simply a review, but I bet you will learn something you did not know or have long since forgotten. I know I did.

Until next time.

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AppTip Video – Rip Music From a CD


Certainly this is nothing new, but you may find it useful if you have a memory like I do – poor.

Have you been in the middle of preparing a slideshow or similar project and needed to add some background music from a CD you? You know you can do it, in fact you have done it before – months ago. That is exactly what happened to me.

Because it had been so long since I had ripped music from a CD, I had forgotten how to get started and a couple of key steps. As I was doing this, I thought maybe there are others out there who follow my blog, and may want a quick review.

Below is  video that reviews how to rip music using Windows Media Player.

I hoped you found the video helpful.

Until next time…

Refocusing My Blog


I have been continuing to post topics here that interest me and are generally related to my prime hobby of digital photography/video. I also write about related topics that I hope you find interesting and useful. For example, I have had a drone for sometime now. I bought my first drone primarily to explore my photography.

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I looked at my About page, as well as other pages and links here and found many had outgrown their relevance. So I have started by updating my About page today to align it more closely to what I am doing now. In the coming weeks and months, I will be updating  both my blog and my website, www.dons-digital-photo-corner.com.

Take a look at my new About page –  until next time.