Ratty- queen bee of PSP users everywhere, Porter's
a class act, and she's got more on-line info on PSP
than anyone I know
Cable- artist, photographer, technical editor and
keeper of the keys to the kingdom at psplinks.com,
the divine Ms. Cable is heavily into scrapbooking tghese
days and her Wyoming History series is elegant, beautiful
Beacham- want to know anything about plugins? Sally's
your gal. She knows a lot of other neat stuff, too.
Like all that there scrapbooking stuff. She and Ron
put together PSP8 Zero to Hero
Pori- Tracy has
her act together when it comes to all sorts of really
useful things, like vector drawing and scripts. Like
me, she uses all kinds of graphics tools, so you're
likely to see her byline all sorts of interesting places.
Publishing-- remember all those times when you said,
"How come there aren't cool learning resources
for PSP like the ones for Photoshop?" There
are. Pony up and learn.
Davis- Lori writes
PSP books for Muska-Lippman. She also loves Bubbles
and Balls almost as much as I do. She's been bitten
by the scrapbooking bug, too.
Lacey-If you took Franz Lanting and crossed him
with Charles Schultz, you'd get Ron Lacey. (and probably
arrested in some states) This cartoonist/wildlfe photographer
is a talented and generous guy with a wry and dry sense
Pierce- Kerry takes great pictures, and is just
a delight! I didn't think they made them like him any
more. He even put up with my putting bunny ears
on his beloved Akita. He let me tag along for a
photo shoot in DC. My pictures got better, his headache
probably got worse, but we certainly did laugh!!!
Janee writes great tutorials and books on Photoshop
and Photoshop Elements. She has a very down-to-earth
style, but she also understands what makes the software
really tick. A fellow NAPP member, she has an excellent
website, and can frequently be found in usenet answering