SAN JOSE, Calif. — Sept. 24, 2007 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced two major upgrades to its digital photo and video software for consumers: Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 6 for Windows® & Adobe Premiere® Elements 4 for Windows. Tight integration and a shared Organizer, with a common database accessible from either application, allow users to do more with their photos and videos. Available separately or together in a single retail package, Photoshop Elements & Adobe Premiere Elements software give photo and video enthusiasts more creative ways to organize, edit, create and share digital photos and home movies. [Read more…]
This is going to be a big dang deal:
Today the crowd at Photoshop World got a quick preview of Photoshop Express, a new application currently in development at Adobe. First hinted at by Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen some six months ago, Photoshop Express isn’t meant to duplicate/replace Photoshop CS3 or Photoshop Elements. Rather, it’s a new member of the Photoshop family that’s meant to make Adobe imaging technology immediately accessible to large numbers of people.
(via John Nack)
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I’m a sucker for a good tutorial. Here’s a great walk-through for a model shot. It really shows the power of Photoshop and how a little gaussian blur goes a long way.
[tags]photoshop, tutorial, airbrush, model, touch up, digital, photography, post, processing[/tags]
Consider a visit to Picturetown, SC . . . just pack your Nikon D40 though.
Everybody knows once you go DSLR, you never go back.
If you like geotagging your photos in flickr, save some time and do the tagging via your hotshoe.
Thinking of upgrading to Vista? Are you ready for the full horrors?
Ever hear of a tricked out infrared camera, modified by removing the infrared filter? Me either . . . but some people really dig it.
We’ve all heard that the Nikon D40x is one bad mombo jombo. Well, you can see all (maybe not all, but a lot) of the reviews of the new killer camera over at Digital Camera Tracker. It’s one hot ticket right now!
Forget the Canon 40D, get a Canon 0D (that’s “zero” D).
Save some cash when you buy a Nikon DSLR and a point and shoot camera at the same time.
Read why flickr = censorship.
Word is Canon’s gonna make a “big” acquisition this year.
Ever wonder how Canon’s self-cleaning sensor works?
If you’re interested in getting more familiar with Adobe’s software products, consider the 200+ videos available free, online in the Adobe CS3 Video Workshop.
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This is an excellent tutorial video for portrait retouching:
A video tutorial that takes a look at enhancing portraits using tools such as Liquify, adding catch lights, and skin tone adjustments by the numbers. For more free tutorials, visit www.radiantvista.com!
Originally uploaded by hawridger.
Here’s another windshield shot from my Accord. Just sharing the love. Have a nice Friday afternoon.
Shot info: Tripod in rear floorboard. Canon Rebel XT and EF-S 18-55mm lens at f/16 for 10s and ISO 100. Pulled the curves down for the windshield in a separate layer to get the rich colors.
[tags]photo, pics, canon, rebel xt, windshield, car, night, lights, photoshop, layers, curves, digital, camera[/tags]
Tutorial on how to cut out an image in Photoshop and stack layers to create image effects. Put in different backgrounds. Samples of finished graphics.
[tags]photoshop, tutorial, howto, photos, stack, layers, effects, graphics[/tags]
Time lapse speed painting in Photoshop. 3 hours of work, 5 minutes to watch it.
[tags]photoshop, lost, speed, painting, john, locke, time lapse, video[/tags]
Originally uploaded by hawridger.
I’ve said before that I’m a sucker for these shots. That’s partly because I love taking them. This is my latest from several I took last Saturday night.
I used my Rebel XT mounted on a tripod in the rear floorboard of my Honda Accord. I anchored the tripod by hanging a bag from the center and then seat-belted the tripod with the center belt. I used my Canon RC-1 remote and set the exposure to: 10 sec @ f/16; ISO 100.
[tags]cars, light, photo, shutter, priority, long exposure, rebel xt, remote, howto, how to, setup[/tags]