June 11, 2012
Photoshop CS6 & Retina display support
From the Photoshop Facebook page:
What do the iPhone 4, new iPad and new MacBook Pro have in common? Awesome Retina displays. Photoshop CS6 appeared onstage at WWDC, showing how we’ll soon provide unparalleled fidelity, power and precision on this exciting new hardware. It’s not ready for prime time just yet, but the team is hard at work to bring what you saw on stage to the desktop in the future!
(Nice to see the prominent use of an eye.) I don’t have further details (date, info about other apps) to share at the moment.
[Update: The release is due this fall (i.e. within the next couple of months). It’s a big task.]
Video: A brief history of video games
Here’s “an abridged history of video games in under three minutes. Made using only sounds, music and video from the video games themselves.”
Showing my age, I find the first half or so much more compelling than the latter. Hadouken!!
Join the Camera Raw/Lightroom engineering team
Camera Raw—the engine featured in both Lightroom & Photoshop—is the definitive raw-image processing pipeline for professionals. Now there’s a unique opportunity for a badass imaging engineer to join the team. Check out more details here.
[Cynically I sometimes think, “Eh, who reads this damn blog anyway?” But last time I posted something like this, genius Eric Chan saw it, and he’s the reason ACR/LR feature killer noise reduction & many other things. –J.]