Just what the shopping cart developer ordered. That eye-catching corner label. Tell prospective customers about SALE, FREE, DOWNLOAD, or any other alert you can dream up. This layered, editable Photoshop CS5 file will fill the bill.Download
One of my favorites weekend morning activities is fooling around in Photoshop. From time to time I find myself lured by one or more interesting effects. This time it was grungy, well worn (thought not worn out) hang tags. It actually started when I stumbled across a Photoshop tutorial on how to create a well worn ace of spades playing card. This tutorial is a popular and one can view results of the tutorials students in various locations on the web:View Tutorial View Kevin Chu’s Result View Lara’s Result View My Result
Where would the fun be if I didn’t provide my .psd. One never knows when something other than “SALE” might come in handy.Download PSD
Working on a shopping cart I decided to have a waaay cool out of stock sticker, instead of a boring text blurb. I looked through several of my favorite free photo sites but didn’t find anything suitable. I did find a neat graphic at istockphoto.com, but you know how they are now in kahoots with Getty Images.
This is a layered Photoshop (CS5) file. The full size image is 2000px wide. You can edit the text to have it read anything you like. If you use it, leave a comment and a link so I can see.
Who doesn’t need spare change from time to time. Starting right now you can mine your own coin with my Photoshop Bitcoin file. There are two designs to choose from, or edit my file and create your own coin design.
Versatile widget to fill many website requirements. Fill out all the data in the widget back-end, or just the data you want/need. My widget will display perfectly on the font end of your website. All fields are replete with css selectors allowing you to customize the look and feel. The image is dynamically re-sized with timthumb – you set the width and the height is accommodated automatically. The Flashy Promo widget give you:
After having driven by it fifty times, I suddenly saw it! All I had to do was ‘look’. This abandoned ranch popped out in front of the fall foliage and with just the right lighting, lent itself well to HDR. I shot a couple HDR’s off my tripod, then as I was leaving I looked over my shoulder and seeing the expansive nature of the area, I setup anew and shot a seven frame 180 degree panorama.
Free Stock Images
The series of Boxelder Cabin images are available for free from my Pixaby account.Check out Pixaby