Today is the day that you have all been waiting for: Adobe ships Creative Suite 4. CS4 is promised to be full of greatness, awesomeness, adventure and some sweet new features. With this announcement, places like NAPP’s Photoshop CS4 Learning Center, Layers Magazine’s CS4 Learning Center and the many new Kelby Training Online Training CS4 classes become that much more useful. I highly suggest checking out those places to get you started looking like a CS4 pro right when the boxes land on your doorstep.
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onOne Software, Inc., a leading developer of innovative software tools for photographers, today announces two significant upgrades to their award-winning applications for adding the perfect finishing touch to digital photos – PhotoFrame 4 Professional and Standard Editions .
Now supporting Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 software, the photographer's essential toolbox for managing, adjusting and presenting large volumes of digital photographs, the PhotoFrame 4 plugin helps photographers of all skill levels to quickly and easily create one-of-a-kind works of art with their images. PhotoFrame 4 adds details once mastered only in the darkroom like unique edge effects, frames, borders, adornments and texture overlays. Expanding upon onOne Software's award-winning plug-in for Adobe Photoshop software, PhotoFrame 4 delivers hundreds of new frames, including exclusive content from professional wedding photographers Kevin Kubota and Vicki Taufer, that today's digital photographers are demanding for their professional and personal work. Continue Reading »
Simply amazing. “What are they doing with my magic frame?” “Is this your house?”
If you want to get a head start on CS4 by doing some early documentation reading, which sounds like a whole ton of fun, Adobe has released documentation for most (all?) of the products in Creative Suite 4. Here’s the list of you want to dive in:
Thanks to Peter deHaan.
If you worry about that big “check out this photography bag I have that’s probably full of some very expensive electronics” target you’ve been slinging around on your back, then check out Think Tank Photo’s Urban Disguise 35. It’s a bag designed to be useful and inconspicuous, while trying to relieve some of your anxiety about traveling around with thousands of dollars of your equipment in one, small, compact space.
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When everyone wants a camera as small as possible, John Chiara builds a camera the size of a truck