December 09, 2008

Recent scientific imaging goodness

  • Big worlds:
    • Miloslav Druckmuller combined 55 shots to create this striking eclipse image. Reader Vojtech Tryhuk passed along the links and says, “[He] is using a set of software specially developed for processing of Sun eclipse photographs, all written by himself and his colleagues.”
    • The Big Picture is running a Hubble Advent calendar, adding an eye-popping new image from the space telescope each day.
    • The International Space Station is turning 10 this month, and TBP rounds up a great sampling of images. If you’re low on time, just see this shot.
Posted by John Nack at 10:12 PM on December 09, 2008

Comments

  • Ben — 5:22 AM on December 10, 2008

    Not related to your post but I just want to say that the arbitrary canvas rotation in Photoshop CS4 is a killer feature my friend and made the upgrade worth it within the first five minutes of using it. Not that everything’s hunky-dory in CS4. It is disturbing to see that Acrobat requires more HD space then Photoshop. Somebody better get the Acrobat team on an optimization regime ASAP.

  • Ken — 9:43 AM on December 10, 2008

    Jack,
    Off topic, but I cannot get a strait answer from sales team at adobe, that is, what is the best “set up” 32 bit Windows based machine to maximize Photoshop cs4. I keep getting people from “India” and all I get is the company line that is listed in your mim req.
    I say one of your post about graphic cards. I am in the process of getting a new laptop and want to get a over the top machine to hummmmmm photoshop.
    Can you point me to some one.
    Ken in KY

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