I have some more flowers from my Arboretum shoot of last week. I love to photograph flowers as I think it, like so many other types of photography, lets us look at something we see very often and almost every day, in a new and unique way. We can really study and appreciate the beauty of these wonderful gifts.
A couple of observations from my day yesterday. We have a new intern program that we just started and through that program we have six very intelligent and incredibly capable college students that are working with us for 8 weeks learning the workings of our financial system, leadership skills, and community service.
I am impressed with their sense of contribution, service to others and work ethic. It is refreshing to see that these future leaders want to do it right.
I recently purchased a software plug-in for Photoshop. For those who may not know what a plug-in is or does, it is usually a tool to help create a certain look or fix a problem with a digital image that is both time-saving and lets the user create looks that they otherwise might not be able to.
Adobe just released their new update to the Creative Cloud (Photoshop CC 2015.) My favorite plug-in had a problem with the new release and crashed repeatedly.
I researched the web for possible solutions but since the new release only happened Tuesday there wasn’t any information on the web. I sent an email to the company that makes the plug-in not really expecting to hear from them for a few days.
To my surprise by the time I got to work yesterday I had an acknowledgement of my email, an apology for my troubles and the promise that a solution would be coming soon. By the time I got home I had the update to the plug-in along with another apology and a thank you from the company for my patience. 🙂
Customer service is not dead.
That’s it for today. I hope you have an enjoyable day. Thanks for stopping by the blog and be careful.