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
Separated by bundles and individual products. Here’s a tip, it always calculates to big $.
Probably not funny for them… but funny for us.
If you haven’t heard already, Adobe has announced the latest progression of their Creative Suite product line with CS4.
One of my favorite places, who always come through with solid information, is the NAPP Learning Center for CS4 . Scott, Matt and Dave give you some pretty good insight to the new features.
If you want to expand beyond just Photoshop CS4, Layers Magazine (for all things Adobe), has released a fairly extensive CS4 Learning Center also.
Adobe’s own John Nack has also provided a detailed list of CS4 sweetness that you can check out on his blog here.
The full video has been posted. Pretty stunning.
Screencaps from 5D MKII movie shoot. Stunning .
D-Movie shot from the Nikon D90.