February 29, 2012
“Confessions of a Printmaker” tomorrow eve in SF
- Ink Gamut: Knowing the limitations of printed color
- Soft-Prooﬁng: How to anticipate print appearance before printing
- Print Options: Photoshop workﬂows for inkjet, digital, and offset lithography
- Sharpening: Advanced sharpening techniques for ﬁne printmaking
- Paper Proﬁles: How to make them, where to get them, how to use them
- Color Management: The best color settings for Photoshop
- Color Correction: Solving basic and tricky color problems
- Special Print Problems: A bag of tricks for a world of problems
- CMYK: The other color space
- Paper: Best selection for outstanding prints
- On Press: Effective press checks
Photoshop.next sneak: Iris Blur
Hardware-accelerated selective blurs with direct manipulation? Yes please.
For your convenience I’ve grouped these sneak-peek videos in a single category.
Side note–and I debate whether to mention this: there’s no real need to comment (as someone does on every sneak), “What, that’s all there is…?”–because no, that’s not all there is. A peek is, by definition, “a quick and typically furtive look.” It’s just meant to pique your interest, not to show a whole product release (or even a whole feature).
A Photoshop engineer vs. the exploitation of kids
A few years ago, John Penn was invited to attend the Internet Crimes Against Children Conference and share his knowledge as a Photoshop engineer. The experience changed his life. Now he’s a Senior Solutions Architect helping law enforcement agencies around the world use Photoshop to combat the exploitation of children.