John Nack blogged a couple of videos on YouTube, featuring Photoshop Program Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes. This one shows you how to use the new Puppet Warp tool for image straightening: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnmJRl8R6fY
Several months ago, I submitted this blog to Alltop.com for inclusion in the Photoshop category. I finally got confirmation that they’d include the feed last night! This is motivating me to post more frequently, so I’m making a list of future blog topics. While I tend to shoot for original content whenever possible, usually in…Details
DA just announced a one-week discount for their award-winning Beauty Box plugin, in addition to updates for Primatte and ToonIt Photo. Here’s a snippet from the newsletter, including the code to get 50% off of Beauty Box this week:
On Star Wars Day (May the 4th be with you!), the Adobe Photoshop Facebook crew featured one of my latest 3D videos. This generated a ton of new subscribers and views on my YouTube page. There are three videos total on this particular project. I had to split things up due to time limits on…Details
I found this tip from a Sitepoint newsletter, describing a nifty CSS trick: if you layer up background elements in your style sheet, you can generate what appears to be non-repeating backgrounds for your website. The site describes the process in detail, but in summary you simply create different sized seamless tiles, then let them…Details
Austin Kleon has this project website called ‘Newspaper Blackout‘. It’s all about taking things away from a presentation to create something new. “Creativity is Subtraction” goes one of the representative, and self-referential, works. The idea is simple: remove what doesn’t belong. How does this work in photography?
I’d like to introduce you to lammug‘s latest education partner, Webucator. Webucator provides Adobe training, including InDesign training and Photoshop training. These courses are live online, lead by experienced instructors. Each class goes from one to several days depending on content, and can feature desktop sharing so you can get targeted help with problems or…Details
I’ve posted a review of The Photoshop Darkroom 2: Creative Digital Transformations on Amazon, but I wanted to give a shorter summary here.
The 2011 list is up for the Adobe Community Professionals program. I’m excited to share that I applied for and was accepted into the program for the first time this year! You can see the full list of members on the Community Kitchen blog.
So, I sat down to review my notes for Martin Evening’s latest addition to Photoshop for Photographers, and decided to check out the other reviews on Amazon. As of this writing, there are more than 60, some quite thorough. I couldn’t really find much that hadn’t been touched on, so rather than recap here what…Details
I’ve spent quite a bit of time cruising around the web, checking out photography and Photoshop videos and tutorials. They are all over the place, and quality of presentation and material varies widely. While I’ve found some amazing resources this way, I’m looking to simplify my searches. One way I did this was to start…Details
Holiday and travel shots are always in danger of falling into the same old, uninteresting patterns time and again. And it can be amazingly difficult to do something fresh. Heck, it gets tiring putting so much effort into each and every shot. So here’s a big secret for you: decide beforehand what you want from…Details