Today I was doing some editing in Photoshop for my daughter’s school yearbook. I spent a bit of time optimizing images, but mostly I did lots and lots of cropping, and I found myself frustrated at some of the limitations of the Crop tool. So I did what I always do when I find myself geting annoyed about a project: I go to the video2brain course library to see if I can find a lesson or two that will show me how to overcome whatever obstacle I’m facing.
My husband is an IT professional and got to try out Windows 8 before it was officially released. I noticed immediately that something was different with his computer — it had all these colorful and ever-changing squares and rectangles on the screen. [cont’d]