Archive for October, 2012

Photoshop CS6 for Designers webinar

If you missed today’s webinar on Photoshop CS6 for the Design Community, where we covered 3D, Vectors, Type, Paragraph styles etc then don’t worry. Please find the recording of the main session (with the slides and intro removed) here.

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Wacom Intuos 5 with Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6

Do you have Photoshop CS6 or Illustrator CS6 and already have a Wacom Intuos 5 or are thinking about getting
one or are curious to understand how they work? Or you may be thinking about getting Photoshop CS6 or Illustrator CS6 and wanted to know how everything works together? Then look no further, Adobe have teamed up with Wacom UK and put a video together to show how the whole solution

 

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Faking It Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop!

Are you addicted to Photoshop and either enhancing or manipulating images ?
Then there is an argument that says, how far to you go! So let’s look back in history and see what folk did before art/images were Photoshopped! There is a great exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (MOMA) on exactly that. It’s a great chance to see what image makers were doing to images way back in 1904, maybe this will inspire your future Photoshop work as well !!!!
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The Exhibition runs from October 11th to January 27 2013 and from the video below looks like it will be a great history lesson!
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Create extraordinary Blurb books from Lightroom 4 with this Webinar

Book making with  Adobe® Lightroom® 4 & Blurb’s

 

This  45 minute long webinar recording  takes a detailed walk through the highly popular Lightroom 4 book module, in partnership with Blurb books

Learn how to easily create a book using your Lightroom collections, and receive expert tips and advice on how to get the most out of the new Lightroom 4 features.

Topics include –

Colour management

Creating collections

Incorporating Lightroom collections into a book

Running in text and successful double page spreads

Designing show stopping covers and mastering layouts

Harnessing the full power backgrounds and transparency effects

The webinar can be accessed here.

 

If you would like to see another fast paced book making video, check out the  Adobe Creative Week
recording, you can view this here.

 

 

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Adobe DNG Converter has been updated to 7.2.

Adobe DNG converter is a stand alone application that enables you to convert your native/proprietary camera RAW files (in batches) (Like the Nikon .NEF, Canon .CR2, Fuji .RAF) to an Open format. The DNG format was created to provide a single RAW format for all your pictures and simplify your whole workflow. Open means that any developer (now and future) is able to support you in extracting your RAW images without facing problems of proprietary software not being available or not working. Moving to the DNG format will enable you to reduce image processing complexity, especially when you have more than one RAW camera files in your workflow. To find out more information about Camera Raw DNG converter, then please follow this link.

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