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  • Posts By webeditor

    A couple of weeks ago, Dave Cross, Matt Kloskowski and I were all talking about how one of the most common questions we got from attendees during our Lightroom and Photoshop tours in November and December was, "I'm not sure what's in Photoshop CS4. Should I upgrade or not?" We were kind of surprised, but again on my blog last week, people are still asking the same questions, "What's in CS4? Should I upgrade? Is it worth the upgrade? etc." so we went into the studio to put together a comprehensive discussion on all of CS4's new features. Now, we're not saying that Adobe hasn't done a good job of letting everybody know what the new features are, but.......anyway, if that many people are asking we thought we ought to do it. Now, the funny thing is; there actually is a LOT more to…

    The Destructive Workflow (Erase, Merge and Flatten) Hi again folks! I'm happy to be back here on Scott's blog and I thought I'd change it up a little this time. See, I took a look through some of Scott's old blog posts and looked at some of the really popular ones. It seems you guys love it when he does that Q&A thing to himself, so I'm going to borrow (OK, steal) it for my guest post too. Here goes: So Matt, Scott made this post seem really controversial. What's the deal? I've been toying around with the idea of this post for a while now. It first hit me about two Photoshop Worlds ago in Orlando when I had quite a few people ask me about how to follow a non-destructive editing workflow. I spoke for a while with one gentleman and asked…

    ......one of the most prolific photography bloggers out there, one of the finest instructors in our industry, and one of the most celebrated wedding photographers anywhere--the amazing David Ziser. If you haven't already, jump over to David's "Digital ProTalk" blog (here's the link) to learn a little more about his work, then be sure to come back here tomorrow to catch his post (I read it today and it's excellent--and while it is about wedding photography, any working pro in any photography field will get something out of it).

    Adobe today announced a bunch of great updates to all kinds of software including Photoshop CS3, Photoshop Lightroom, Camera Raw, Bridge, and the DNG Converter. Here’s what the NAPP members home page says: In a recent rush of activity by Adobe engineers, there are several major updates to software from our friends at Adobe. Photoshop Lightroom has been updated to version 1.3 to improve Mac OS 10.5 Leopard compatibility, Camera Raw now supports some of the latest cutting edge cameras, and Photoshop CS3 Sports the new version number 10.0.1 to knock out quite a few small but annoying compatibility issues for both Mac and PC users. Oh yeah, and remember our old friend Bridge CS3? Well it’s up to v2.1.1 and sports a cool new HQ preview in the Advanced panel as well as some important little maintenance issues. If you’re a NAPP member…

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