June 14, 2011

Photoshop CS5 iPad companions get new features

The three companion apps have been enhanced, and for a limited time the price of Adobe Eazel has been reduced to $2.99. Details:

  • Adobe Eazel (watercolor painting) – You now have easy access to the paintings you create with the new Eazel image gallery, and you’re able to save and open artwork within the app.
  • Adobe Color Lava (color mixing) – Using the iPad 2′s built-in camera, you can now capture images from within Color Lava, then pick color inspiration from captured images to dab, swirl and mix into custom color themes.
  • Adobe Nav (tool & document control) – You can now transfer images directly from your iPad photo library into Photoshop CS5 for editing, designing and retouching.

 

Please let us know what you think.

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25 Awesome Keyboard Shortcuts for Photoshop That You May Not Know

The title pretty well says it all: check out this list, especially the first few (new in CS4/5).

Having written a version of a book covering just Photoshop shortcuts, I pride myself on my knowledge here, and even I picked up a few good tips from this list.

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Dutch stamps add augmented reality

Popping 3D architectural data out of a postage stamp? Crafty, to say the least:

Check out the project site for more info. [Via]

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