July 21, 2008

A pair of video interviews: DNG to Little Shop of Horrors

  • I stepped out onto the Adobe basketball court the other day to record a brief interview with Frederick Johnson from the Lightroom team.  If you can deal with the squinting and excess of "you knows" (I know, I know… y’know?), you might dig out some salient bits.  (And hey, you hadn’t thought of They Live in a while anyway, right?)
  • My pal & fellow Photoshop PM Bryan O’Neil Hughes was in Florida last week and appeared on Photoshop User TV with Scott Kelby and crew.  Bryan focuses particularly on the DNG format.  He notes, "I wish I’d mentioned that the DNG Converter allows people who haven’t upgraded to realize the benefits of raw with their newer camera in older copies of Photoshop." (Also–seemingly apropos of nothing–yes, I am a very angry man. ;-))
Posted by John Nack at 9:56 PM on July 21, 2008

Comments

  • Amit Karmakar — 11:18 PM on July 21, 2008

    Liked the video John and good to know about some of the future directions for PS.

  • Earl — 6:38 AM on July 22, 2008

    The argument that someday an eleven-year old kid will need to hack into your images raises this question. Will Adobe be dropping support for my RAW format(s) soon?

  • Alton Marsh — 2:16 PM on July 22, 2008

    Great video and very helpful. Liked the hint that you are thinking about a Helicon Focus type of feature inside Photoshop, and especially that you think about ways to make Photoshop simpler. I think a lot of people will agree. Why else would there be so many people at Photoshop World trying to learn how to use Photoshop when it comes with a perfectly good instruction manual?

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