I caught this great tutorial earlier today from Matt Kloskowski on restoring torn photos with Photoshop. In it, he takes a photo that’s torn in half and does a super quick fix that looks pretty darn good. If you’ve ever tried to fix an old photo before and don’t know this trick, you’ll appreciate it.
If the embedded video above isn’t working for some reason, you can also find the video over at Adobe TV.
ACDSee has released Photo Manager 12, which is designed to help users sort, share and manage their images, both online and off-line. Photo Manager 12 retails for $69.95 and is available as an update to existing users for $35.
Additional details in the press release below.
ACDSee Photo Manager 12 Press Release
VICTORIA, British Columbia – April 22, 2010 – A new decade brings new and powerful features to ACDSee™ Photo Manager 12, the latest version of ACD Systems International Inc.’s easy-to-use photo software designed for people who need speed and flexibility when managing their photos and creative projects. [Read more…]
The following post is by Portland-based photographer, Tyson Robichaud, who discusses the concept of complimentary color in photography. Learn more about Tyson at the end of this post.
Applying the concepts of complimentary color contrast in a photographic sense can provide a handy compositional tool. When looking at various forms of visual art, we can draw from the creative talents of those who’ve perfected their craft. In this case, I wanted to explore Henri Matisse and his use of bold complimentary color. Visually wandering through one of his paintings and revisiting the basic concepts of color (I basically printed out a color wheel), I’ve been looking at just how much it can help direct a viewer’s eye. [Read more…]