With Photoshop continually making advancement in how we process photographs, it’s important to think about what else we can continually keep adapting. With Adobe just releasing Photoshop CS6, we have plenty of new tools to tie us over for now. However, the future holds many opportunities for improvement and growth. Camera technologies continue to evolve […]
With Photoshop CS6 now out, upgrading is probably on the minds of many considering the outstanding new features. Just the raw processing engine alone makes for a worthwhile upgrade. However, for those still hesitant on the upgrade, there’s another option for consumers to consider. Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Creative Cloud, ACC for short, allows people […]
With the launch of Adobe Photoshop CS6 they decided to feature the work of Oleg Dou on the cover of Photoshop CS6.
Since the iPad has come out, every creative professional has wanted to turn the iPad into a tablet where you could retouch photos with a stylus. Due to the OS, you couldn’t really run full versions of Photoshop on the tablet itself. We’ve discovered a really great workaround that allows you to use your iPad […]
Good news Photoshop users, Adobe Photoshop CS6 Beta is out! You can download a copy here to try: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/photoshopcs6.html There have been many new updates from CS5, it may make it worthwhile to pick up. Here’s a video that illustrates the top 6 new features from CS6:
Good news comes out of Adobe with their new Adobe Creative Cloud. “Adobe® Creative Cloud™ is a creative hub where you can explore, create, publish, and share your work using Adobe Creative Suite® desktop applications, Adobe Touch Apps, and services together for a complete ideation-to-publishing experience. The vision of Adobe Creative Cloud is to turn […]
What are your thoughts on the latest CS6 preview? At first glance, the interface is completely new. I did not like it initially, but after watching the video, I immediately realized how much better it is. It allows you to focus on the image at hand and everything else almost visually disappears. It would have […]
This is one video you have to check out. It exemplifies everything that’s wrong (or right) depending on how you look at it, about the beauty industry.
Recently, the January 2012 cover of Madison Magazine recycled an image of Kate Moss from a previous issue of Vogue magazine. The talented Mario Sorrenti was behind the image. This was all done through legal means of course, without any implication of stealing the image.