Category: Web Development

The Man Who Is One With Nature

Nature Photography, that is. A couple of weeks ago we had a visitor in our office. Wildlife photographer Moose Peterson stopped by to say Hi and even made a quick appearance on Photoshop TV, showing off his new Nikon D3....

/ November 7, 2007

To the Lab!!!!

I just thought I would point this out because quite a few people have asked me about this. If you have been using Adobe products for some time you’ve no doubt visited the Adobe website. However, there is another site...

/ October 12, 2007

New Stuff from Adobe

Adobe announced the next generation of internet video delivery at the Adobe Max conference a couple days ago. It’s the new Adobe Media Player and it’s available now at Adobe Labs. This new player will bring your favorite shows right...

/ October 4, 2007

100th Episode

A milestone has been reached. Photoshop User TV aired its 10oth episode this week. That’s right, 100. WOW! How the time flies. Be sure to tune in. The Photoshop Guys do a little reminiscing about the good ol’ days and...

/ September 26, 2007

Photoshop Elements 6 Available Now!!

Adobe has raised the bar once again with the latest release of Photoshop Elements 6. This new version boasts a tremendous amount of new features and enhancements. Some of these include; a new streamlined interface, a new organizer, new selection...

/ September 24, 2007

News From Photoshop World

What a week. Its been crazy here from the moment we got off the plane, it has been non-stop excitement. Me and the rest of the Histograms performed at the keynote and the crowd just loved it. The tech expo...

/ September 8, 2007

Photoshop Book of the Week

This weeks selection is Ben Willmore’s: Photoshop CS3: Up To Speed. This book jumps right in and gets you up to speed with all the new features in Photoshop CS3. With straightforward explanations and easy to find topics, it’s a...

/ July 27, 2007

Cool CS3 Icons!!!

Well, some of us weren’t so impressed with the new iconography of the new CS3 when it first appeared. Frankly, I thought it looked a lot like the chart of the elements. Well, a designer by the name of Adam...

/ April 23, 2007

New Book From Renowned Photographer

I just had the pleasure of looking through Vincent Versaces’ new book: “Welcome To Oz: A Cinematic Approach to Digital Still Photography with Photoshop”, and I must say, it is quite amazing. Anyone who wants to really push their digital...

/ February 3, 2007

5 Second Eye Enhancement

Here’s a super-simple technique for enhancing the most important bits of any portrait: the eyes. It’s a quick and painless way to make the eyes really stand out and take on a slightly sultry and burning look. To illustrate, we’ll...

/ November 17, 2006

Step-and-Repeat in Photoshop

“Step-and-repeat” is the term used for the process of duplicating an object and spacing. Typically step and repeat is used in an object-oriented program, such as InDesign, rather than in a pixel-based editor, such as Photoshop. However, you can indeed...

/ June 21, 2006

Photoshop Layers Into Flash With PSD2FLA

Generally low-wage labor is either easy but boring or difficult but fun. If you are doing something that’s both easy and fun you’re probably paying for the privilege. If you are doing something that’s both boring and difficult you’re probably...

/ June 21, 2006

Pick a New Picker

Put some spice into your Photoshop life and pick an alternate color picker! Did you know you could do that? This is a really great way to further customize the way you work in Photoshop. It’s surprisingly easy and there’s...

/ June 21, 2006

Crop Tool Capers

Configuring and using ALL of your crop tool’s capabilities can really speed up your work. Basic CropsMost users of the crop tool simply select the crop tool, draw a crop area around the portion of the image they want and...

/ June 21, 2006