July 22, 2010
Adobe vets release ColorBlast for iPhone
My old teammates Ralf & Steve, the guys who brought you Vanishing Point in Photoshop (and before that LiveMotion), have released their first iPhone application, ColorBlast. It’s a tool for selectively painting color onto images:
The core feature of ColorBlast is the ability to separate and color one object in an otherwise black and white photo. To make this possible, and even fun, ColorBlast employs selective color technology which allows you to start brushing on a specified color and then paint only that color.
Here’s the app in action:
Creating contact sheets & Web galleries in CS5
Question (via comments just now): “How can you get a contact sheet using Photoshop CS5? Isn’t there an automated way to get this?”
Answer: Yes. Check out the Output Module in Bridge.
(rt) Photography: Great & terrible images, Holgas & spacemen
- Best of:
- Worst of:
- Gripping, terrible photos: A Look Back at the Vietnam War on the 35th Anniversary of the Fall of Saigon.
- Check out Saikat Biswas’s cool rethink of the Holga design.
- I’m getting a weird kick out of Hunter Freeman’s astronauts-in-banal-situations series. [Via]