Photoshop World Day 1: Lighting and Vision

Giant Wacom Tablet at Photoshop World

Many of you know that I am in Las Vegas this week attending the Photoshop World conference. This is 3-day blast of photography, photoshop, and well, all that Vegas has to offer. I’m not a particularly “Vegas” kind of guy but the conference is great. I just realized that I haven’t left the Mandalay Bay Resort since I arrived yesterday … Read More

How To Change The Graphic In A Banner Stand

We recently produced a video detailing how to replace the graphic in one of the retractable banner stands we sell. It’s about 7 minutes and covers the process from start to finish. Oh, and if you pay close attention you can see our “magic” utility knife.

How to Crop PDF’s in Acrobat

In this 4:41 video Geoff explains how to access the Crop Tool in Adobe Acrobat and how to use it to isolate a portion of a PDF for printing or to focus your audience.

Paper Weights Are Not What They Seem

Have you ever heard someone say that numbers don’t lie? Well, they do. Especially when it comes to describing the weight of a sheet of paper. When our customers come in to compare papers they usually want to compare them based on pound weights like 20 lb. or 32 lb. or 60 lb. This is because here in America the … Read More

Tickets and Numbering

Tickets for events or the David Copperfield magic show are a snap. We can create the tickets based on your design notes, perforate tear-off segments, and even number them sequentially. The tickets pictured with this post were designed by our friends at The Blue Loon. We printed them with sequential numbers, perforated each ticket, and cut them to size. We … Read More