The Photoshop team is always working on major new features that extend our imaging capabilities. Along with these new features, we get smaller enhancements (called JDIs at Adobe). In this video, Matthew Pizzi from Train Simple explains some of the smaller updates in the latest version of Photoshop CC.
Learn Camera Raw with Howard Pinsky. This new set of video tutorials explain the advantages of shooting raw format in your camera and how to use Photoshop Camera Raw as the starting point for all your photo edits.
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Recently, Adobe ran a contest called “No App Is an Island”. We asked you to submit an original text or video tutorial that explains how you use two or more Adobe apps together.
We had a great time reading and watching the entries, and we’ve now chosen the winners. The Grand Prize—a year’s subscription to the Creative Cloud, worth almost $600—goes to Theo Lipfert, an award-winning filmmaker who is also Associate Professor in the School of Film and Photography at Montana State University, Bozeman. His entry garnered praise for its simple workflow that could be adapted to many animation projects:
Howard Pinsky submitted a close contender for the grand prize. He’ll get a $100 gift card to Amazon.com for his how-to on getting the most out of a photo:
The other winners include Jason Anderson (“Complete Map-Making Workflow”), Sara Frances (“Photo Effects and Filters”), Mike Gentilini (“Customizable Twitter and Facebook Logo Videos”), Kirk Nelson (“Create Cool Pie Charts”), and Kelly Vaughn (“Acrobat Highlighters that Don’t Require Recognizable Text”). Theo Lipfert was also recognized for two additional entries: “Using Lightroom as a CinemaDNG importer for After Effects” and “CinemaDNG Round Tripping Between After Effects and Premiere Pro”.
All of these entries will appear in several places in the Adobe universe in the upcoming year.
Thank you to everyone who participated, and congratulations to the winners!
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