Guest Author: Debra Novara
Corporate Branding Manager, NH Learning Solutions
When I first started using Photoshop some 20 years ago, I was in awe of what I could accomplish with just a few key strokes and a mouse. Gone were the days waiting on airbrush artists to alter a photo in some way or another. We were able to make it happen instantly (well, after a handful of undos) and the results were remarkable. Changes that took days, even weeks were accomplished in hours (this also resulted in shrinking deadlines much to our dismay). But even so, this powerful tool was giving us designers more control over our art than ever before and we loved it.