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I am a planner, a list maker, an organiser and I know I am not the only one, right? I know you lot are actually nodding right now.
I am self employed running a business and a family. That can sometimes be a recipe for disaster. You think work projects combined with school and after [...]
Today marks the end of the second week I have been using my new Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Verdict? Well I haven’t missed my iPhone, not even a bit.
Shall we start with the not so cool bit and get it out of the way? Ok well it is a big phone, a very [...]
I am currently debating on whether to swap my iPhone4 for a Galaxy Note2 or an iPhone5. I change my mind everyday.
I am truly an Apple adept. iPod, iPad, iPhones, iMac… It feels like a huge step to move away from Apple.
But… There’s the Galaxy Note 2 with its beautiful crisp large [...]
Photo collages are a great way to showcase beautiful photos, illustrate a story or see different angles of an object for example. Personally, I am a big fan of photo collages.
I mentioned it during my Cybher session and I wanted to show you a very easy, free way to make beautiful collages to illustrate [...]
Following yesterday’s tutorials on adding a watermark with Gimp, I wanted to show you how to add a text overlay to your images like this one.
1- Open an image in Gimp
2 – Add a layer (choose the colour of the layer that suits you)
3- Set the opacity of [...]
One question I was asked at Cybher conference was “How do I watermark my images with Gimp?”
Here is how…
1- Open your photo in Gimp
2 – In Toolbox select the box with the “A” (if you can’t see your toolbox, look here for instructions on how to open it [...]
Sometime you might lose the toolbox or the layer box in Gimp.
To open them again, hover over “Windows” and you will find them in the drop down menu.
I am feeling excitement with a touch of anxiety.
I am excited because Cybher is one of those conferences that makes me want to jump up and down with a squeal. Imagine the people waiting for Harrods to open its doors on the first day of sales. Imagine their bodies pressurised against the doors about [...]