When you create prints from your work, you want an accurate representation of your original art. Color calibration can ensure you get the best print every time.
At the recent Adobe MAX 2011 conference, Jue Wang gave a sneak peek at a new tool they are currently developing. As one of the magicians behind the scenes at Photoshop, Jue introduced this new tool that may eliminate blurry pictures forever. As you will see in this video, the crowd was pretty amazed by [...]
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Scott Condray of Visualville teaches Photoshop classes specifically designed for photographers. Since Photoshop is such a complex software, many new users become overwhelmed and do not know where to begin. Scott focuses on the tools that are specific to image editing. He keeps his class sizes small to ensure that every student fully grasps each [...]
The new online version of Photoshop launched today. Although you can not do everything you would be able to do in the full version (no layers here), with Photoshop Express you can do minor spot correction, adjust exposure, set white balance, sharpening and much more. They also offer photo sharing, file storage, and a pretty [...]
Staying in this weekend? Maybe you can spend your time trying out new techniques in Adobe Lightroom. Jack Nack on his blog has posted links to "a wealth of" Lightroom tutorials from the Adobe Design Center. Check them out. It should keep you busy this weekend. Speaking of Lightroom, Stephen Shankland of CNET reports that [...]
Scott Byer and Adam Jerugim of Adobe gave a lecture at Photoshop World this past September about optimizing your computer's performance when working with big files. Scott has posted the lecture notes on his blog Living Photoshop. There are guides for Mac and PC settings you can change and ways to test your system's speed. [...]
I can't wait until this technology reaches Photoshop. It was unveiled at the 2007 SIGGRAPH seminar by Dr. Ariel Shamir and Dr. Shai Avidan. You must watch the video, it will blow you away. Shai Avidan recently joined the Adobe office in Newton, MA., so big changes could be right around the corner. [Via]
If you are interested in learning more in depth about RGB and color workflow, I have two good resources for you. The first is posted on photoshopessentials.com titled RGB Color and Color Channels Explained. The article breaks down how Photoshop 'sees' color and translates each color in to a number equivalent that represents what our [...]
Seems like there has been a lot of news coming out of Adobe recently. This one could be huge for the online photo editing market. Adobe has plans to offer a free (ad supported) online version of Photoshop in 6 months. Story by Martin LaMonica and Mike Ricciuti for CNET.Adobe to take Photoshop online...the hosted [...]