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March, 2013 Archives

Photo Restoration in Photoshop and Bringing Memories Back to Life

When Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast last fall, I remember reading stories about the survivors (by chance I’d escaped it myself by just hours a week before) and one theme kept popping up – people facing great danger to retrieve their family photos. Brave survivors were running into hazardous buildings, fighting through rushing floods… READ MORE

Photoshop Elements Presents Fur-tography

Calling all animal lovers! We love sharing photos of our pets…and we know you do too. We want to see shots of your furry friends exploring, getting into trouble, or just being themselves. Beginning today, we want YOU to share photos of your pets or favorite animals with the Photoshop Elements community in our Fur-tography… READ MORE

Tadao Cern’s Photography Blows … And the Pictures are Great

For today’s interview we travel to Vilnius – the capital city of Lithuania – where 29 year-old native, Tadao Cern tells me his story of inspiration turned into action. Two years ago, after finishing his Master’s degree in architecture, Tadao decided to try something completely new. That ‘something new’ turned out to be wedding photography…. READ MORE

5 Million Fans to Thank!

We love to celebrate creative, hardworking Photoshop customers who put time and effort into mastering the digital photo editing craft. There are so many mind-blowing projects that come out of Photoshop that it’s easy to look past the hard work that goes into Photoshop. The Photoshop Facebook page recently reached a milestone that we couldn’t be… READ MORE

Photography Prodigy Blurs Reality and Imagination: A Conversation with Taylor McCormick

In only two years, Taylor McCormick has transformed herself from a budding photographer into a one-of-a-kind artist.  Through an involved and self-driven process McCormick matured from a high-school student with a camera and an imagination into a gallery-sponsored artist, traveling to Atlanta, Washington D.C., New York and Los Angeles for her work. Her journey can… READ MORE