Archive for August, 2012

Missed Adobe Creative Week Digital Imaging Day?

Did you miss the Digital Imaging day on the Adobe Creative Week ? If so, then you can still watch the recording here. There are some amazing pieces to focus on: – the daily debate  “All Tech and No Talent” with Glyn Dewis (@GlynDewis), Timothy Allen (@timothy_photo) and Erin Moroney (@erin_moroney). Then the Victorian Cynotypes of Allan Jenkins (@ALJenKorenko) and also John J Moore’s (@johngmoorephoto) Photographic Style. Make sure you check it out, it’s pretty cool!
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Incredible use of 3D printing

Sometimes things happen in this world that re-write the rules and you know that it will have such a huge impact on society and the way we do things for ever. I feel that 3D printing is the next part of this creative revolution. I saw this video this morning which is a true marvel and an amazing and innovative way of using this technology!

If you would like to experiment with 3D then you can have a play with the new features in Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended by downloading the trial, we also have a dedicated web site for more information on Photoshop as well as Photoshop 3D, we would love to hear your thoughts, you can follow me on twitter at @richardcurtis.

 

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Travel Photographer of the Year 2012

If you are in London this 2012 summer and here to celebrate the London games and enjoy looking at great Photographs, then you are in for a real treat. Adobe is supporting the Travel Photographer of the year exhibition (for the 10th year running). It’s approach and the reason that that we in the Digital Imaging department at Adobe are so excited, is that it’s a fantastic way for enthusiastic photographers from all around the world to present and compete for some very compelling prizes (including Adobe products) and to show of their work in the best way possible environment. This entry point into a Photography exhibition reflects a complete “Can do attitude” with no barriers and ultimate creativity.  The criteria is for entry is that you only need a camera and a passion for the craft of photography and want to make something beautiful, and not focusing on where you study or have studied.

The Exhibition is at the prestigious Royal Geographic Society , right in the heart of London, you can find directions by following this link on google maps.

You can find more information on the TPOTY web site, there is also an amazing video with some great comments and wonderful imagery.

Did i mention the the event is completely free, so if you are looking to see something truly original then head down and check it out !!

If you would like to be part of the Creative revolution and transform your images into your vision and dreams then head over to the Adobe site and learn more about Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4, you can also download the 30 day trials here, Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop Lightroom 4.

Please let us know if you enjoy the exhibition and help spread to the word for this amazing exhibition from the TPOTY team.

 

 

 

 

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