August 09, 2010
Lightroom 3.2, Camera Raw 6.2 available on Labs
- Casio EXILIM EX-FH100 (DNG*)
- Leica S2 (DNG*)
- Panasonic DMC-FZ100
- Panasonic DMC-FZ40 (FZ45)
- Panasonic DMC-LX5
- Pentax 645D
- Samsung NX10
- Samsung TL500 (EX1)
- Sony A290
- Sony A390
- Sony Alpha NEX-3
- Sony Alpha NEX-5
*The DNG raw file format is supported in previous versions of Lightroom and Camera Raw. This update improves the color and noise profiles for these models.
Numerous lens profiles have been added & bugs squashed, so please see the Lightroom Journal site for more details.
Contest: Design a shirt for Adobe MAX
Designers & illustrators sometimes ask how to get their work featured on Adobe posters, etc. Here’s one opportunity:
Win $2000 + a copy of Adobe® Creative Suite® 5 Design Premium software (MSRP US$1899) if your design is chosen the winner in the Threadless t-shirt design competition. Just use your design talents to create a tee inspired by the MAXtopia theme for Adobe MAX 2010. Contest ends August 29th, so don’t delay.
The purpose of the submissions relating to this promotion is to create a stand-alone design inspired by the challenge, not a brand tee. Your design should not have brand names or logos on it.
Visit the Threadless site for rules & other info–and good luck.
Illustrator CS5 updated
- Out-of-memory problems specific to Macs with RAM exceeding 4GB, including failure of shortcut keys, rulers, or file open.
- Glyph Panel issues.
- Several crashes occurring at launch or quit.
- A crash when traversing a variable data set containing linked images.
- An issue with white lines appearing on rasterized gradient mesh objects.
Scientific art: Macro eyes, colorful brains, & more
- Phil Hart has posted a lovely gallery of Bioluminescence and Weather Phenomena. For me the two will always be associated with my one cruise in the US Navy, watching bioluminescent algae spatter the bridge windows of our ship all night during heavy seas–then puking my guts out (rinse & repeat). [Via]
- Your Beautiful Eyes: I kinda can’t deal with this macro photography by Suren Manvelyan. (I feel a T.J. Eckleburg reference coming on.) [Via]
- The Beautiful Brain: Artist, former lawyer, and MS patient Elizabeth Jameson colors images of her own & others’ brains, using her art to “make medical imaging and its representative humanity more accessible.” [Via]