Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Inevitable

For those of you who have visited or who still visit my blog, I thought it best to let you know, that though I have planned many tutorials at the beginning of the new year, 2015, the inevitable has happened. My computer has been infected with the ever so friendly Ad ware!

With the work I do, in addition to all the family pictures and videos I have on my computer, they are in a vulnerable state right now. So a few days ago, I ordered a 1TB external hard drive from Amazon. I need to backup all the important files on my computer, so I can clean the entire system, and I have no idea how long that task will take me.

Currently it has become very difficult to edit my blogs, and every site I go to, I am inundated with ad pop-ups everywhere! I have also noticed that some of the programs that are part of the operating system have vanished! Instead I have ended up with programs that came from I have no clue where.

I should have the new drive by Wednesday, January 21, 2015, then hopefully I can resume my tutorials by Friday the 23rd.

I have a whole slew of tutorials lined up, and not just Photoshop tutorials, but the start in Sony Vegas Movie Studio, and HitFilm. I actually have at least many years of tutorials to offer, and I will also begin offering Free Give-Aways, and contests!

The timing with my new site and this issue has really hindered me, and I ask for your continued support.

To Your Success,

C. J. Grace – ToGraphic4U

January 20, 2015

Eye Color tutorial – Re-done

In case you saw my tutorial on How to Easily Change Eye Color in Photoshop, then notice that it vanished, I was forced yet again to delete that video and redo it with different background music. YouTube sent me yet another copyright claim!

I could have provided them with the License Agreement as usual, but I realized something the other day after reading that License Agreement…

The creators of the production music who provided Videoblocks.com with their music, can change the agreement at any time. Which is why I assume that though I have purchased the music via a paid subscription, YouTube no longer accepts the License Agreement!

In the past, I had provided YouTube with the License Agreement, at least 3 times, my License did me no good, as YT refused to monetize my videos!

So I guess in the long run, a lot of good it does to purchase anything from Videoblocks!

I better get to my Sony ACID program!