March 10, 2010
Colosseo: A letterpress rendering of the Roman Coliseum
You don’t need to be a type nerd to enjoy Cameron Moll’s new Colosseo letterpress project, a year-long labor of love:
The video starts a bit slowly, so if you’re pressed for time you can jump to the 4-minute mark where Cameron starts describing the project. Around the 6-minute mark you can see a time lapse of Illustrator being used to create some of the intricate textures on the building’s facade. Amazing stuff.
Adobe TV: Samurais, photo library management, & more
Adobe TV is hosting some new Lightroom- and Photoshop-related content:
The Russell Brown Show – Samurai Poster (Part 1)
In part 1 of this 2-part episode, Russell Brown shows us his personal tips and techniques on how to extract an image from a green screen background using Adobe Photoshop CS4
Lightroom for Digital Photographers – Synchronizing Folders
In this episode we’ll show you how to import and organize your images from multiple sources into one logical place.
The Complete Picture with Julieanne Kost – Selective Focus
In this episode of The Complete Picture, Julieanne Kost shows us how to get great results with the Lens Blur Filter in Adobe Photoshop CS4.
Photoshop With Matt – Color Balancing Multiple Parts of a Photo
Color balancing one part of a photo often makes another part look worse. It can be difficult to perfect all parts of a photo. Luckily the Adjustment Brush, a new tool in Photoshop CS4 Camera Raw, lets us achieve good color in multiple parts of a photo.
Short and Suite – Building Animated Lower Thirds in Photoshop
In this episode of Short and Suite, Jason Levine teaches us how to animate Lower Thirds in Adobe Photoshop and then use that PSD in Premiere Pro and After Effects CS4.