October 12, 2011
CS5 Hidden Gem: Combining Eazel with Photoshop
You can do watercolor-style painting on your iPad, then shoot the results right into Photoshop and combine them with other imagery. PM Bryan O’Neil Hughes shows how it’s done in this 3-minute video:
Photoshop User Group talks video, Tuesday in SJ
Michael Lewis is a Quality Assurance Engineer at Adobe Systems, Inc. He is currently a member of the Adobe Premiere Pro team, but began his career at Adobe on the Adobe Photoshop team. While he enjoys working for a company that is continually at the forefront of digital imaging, he can still be found on weekends shooting with his favorite Super 8mm film camera.
Daniel Brown worked for Adobe Systems Inc. in the role of “Senior Evangelist” on the Photoshop, Premiere, and After Effects teams applying his experience “in the trenches” to product development, demonstrations, and communication with customers at industry events worldwide.In 2001, Daniel got his first taste of both diving and, simultaneously, underwater photography and has been hooked ever since. He’s been a lecturer at numerous Digital Shootout events and regularly contributes to Stephen Frink’s week-long “Digital Immersion” classes in Key Largo, Florida.
For RSVP details, etc., please see the Evite (linked above).
Friday demo/Q&A: Perspective drawing in Illustrator CS5
Whether you are drawing street scenes, architecture, product concepts, packaging, or even infographics, being able to craft art in perspective consistently, and accurately, is a must-have skill. In this session we’ll learn how Illustrator CS5 makes this possible with the new Perspective Drawing tools. Learn how to map 2D vector art to existing perspectives, draw in perspective, and get the skinny on some tricks to help you work.