scenery here is sometimes a bit out
of the norm, everyday perspective is sometimes
challenged and the fun never seems to end.
My image editing tool of choice has been
PhotoImpact since version 3.0 was first
introduced. I've spent many an hour learning
its hidden powers and sharing its many
secrets with users who wished to extend
their knowledge beyond the level of the
average user. By personal choice, I'm not
very active among the PhotoImpact Communities
these days. The reasons for this are many
and varied, but suffice it to say that I've
never turned away a user who sought to learn
to use PhotoImpact at an advanced level.
I've been asked to put these galleries
back on line to share the power of PhotoImpact. When
you've been doing digital graphics as long
as I have, it's hard to sort through all
images to create a gallery. Here are a few
of my favorites. Many of these images have
been displayed on various PhotoImpact forums
in the past to share some of the fun or
to show various advanced techniques which
using PhotoImpact. I hope you'll enjoy
seeing a few of the many images which have
been haunting my offline archives.
Take a few minutes to browse around and
perhaps enjoy these few humble offerings
of my style of digital art work.
me take this opportunity to say a word or
two of thanks to those who supported my
one, and probably only, literary effort.
The Power PhotoImpact Ebook adventure was,
from my perspective, a resounding success
and your purchases were greatly appreciated.
I can only hope that those who bought have
enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed sharing
with them. If only one of you learned something
new or useful, then the long hours of work
were more than worth it. The Power PhotoImpact
Ebook was written for PI version 8 and is sadly
well past its useful lifespan. It
is now offically no longer in publication.
special thanks goes out to ML and her cadre
of PIRCland enforcers for creating
such a lovely controversy around me and
the Ebook. Your visciously negative efforts sold
more copies than anything that I could have
possibly done to promote it. When you
deny people something, it only increases
the demand. Success is more than adequate