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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    http://youtu.be/9-GdOBA9z-I This is a short clip from an episode of "The Grid" (hosted by RC and me) that has gotten a ton of buzz, mostly because so many Photoshop users had no idea that Photoshop could even do this (I think it's the best-kept secret in Photoshop). We start a five minute timer, and even with me messing up the first step and literally having to close and restart Photoshop and start over, we still comfortably got all seven steps completed in five minutes. You'll be stunned at how easy this is, because we're using a photography application that lets us create video, instead of making us photographers learn a video application from scratch. You'll super-dig it. Here's wishing you a better than average Monday! Best, -Scott 

    Hi Gang: I thought I'd kick off this Monday by answering a question I was asked over on my Twitter page: To answer John's question, the first thing we have to get over is the age-old myth that you need to print at 300 dpi. For today's ink-jet printers you need a minimum of around 200 ppi (and people love to argue this next figure endlessly) but most of the pros I know who are seriously into printing feel that the "sweet spot" resolution for today's printers is 240 ppi, and anything above that doesn't give you a better print (just a larger file size). I print at 240 ppi max, sometimes less, but I personally don't print at a higher ppi than 240 ever (by the way; that's Lightroom's default printing resolution as well). If you want to argue about resolution, feel free…

    After Adobe's launch of the latest version of Photoshop CC on Wednesday, I saw some comments (and some grumbling) from folks who were complaining that Adobe hadn't really been "fulfilling the promise" of the Creative Cloud which was for us not to have to wait 18-24 months for Adobe to release any new Photoshop features, but instead they'd release regular updates to Creative Cloud subscribers as soon as the features were ready. I also saw people asking "Well if Adobe has been releasing features regularly, why did they have this big launch event?" I didn't ask Adobe this question directly, but I can tell you my thoughts on why I think they had to do it. The invisible feature updates I sat in numerous one-on-one meetings with Adobe and I talked frankly about what I saw as the biggest problem with the frequent feature…

    I am on my way to beautiful Nashville, Tennessee for my SOLD OUT seminar there tomorrow (Whoo Hoo!!!). Very excited to meet everybody (and thanks for the wonderful turn-out Nashville). I'm getting in to town early and not surprisingly Nashville has a lot of music stores, so I'll be hitting a bunch of them this afternoon. If you're a local and know of a music store I shouldn't miss, please leave me a comment below so I make sure I stop by there. I'm especially on the lookout for cool used guitars or vintage guitars (and of course my search continues for a distressed Fender Strat with a British Union Jack flag painted on it (like this one here -- I've contacted them about getting that exact one --- so far, no reply at all. Not looking good). Anyway, I know finding one in Nashville…

    http://youtu.be/CNhPZLvo_pg We really had a wonderful time last night at my "Prague to Budapest" Travel Photography Webinar (hosted by RC, who was awesome!). Photographers from all over the world had tuned in and we had lots of great questions, plus we had our partners jumping in left and right offering prizes for us to giveaway during the event (the free replay is posted above). Here's what we wound up giving away live last night during Webinar: 2 Wacom Intuos Pro Medium Size Tablets 2 $150 B&H Photo Gift Cards 5 copies each of these books (courtesy of our friends at Peachpit Press): My "Photoshop for Lightroom Users" book; my "Lightroom 5 for Digital Photographers" book; RC's "The HDR Book" and 5 copies of my "Photoshop for Digital Photographers" Book The Complete Nik Collection of Photoshop/Lightroom plug-ins from Google A Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens A Canon…

    OK, well I guess "technically" you could see a before/after in Camera Raw but it could not have been clunkier (just turning on/off the Preview checkbox wouldn't do it — that only showed you a before/after of the particular panel you were currently using). But this is way beyond that as Adobe took the awesome before/after side-by-side, top-and-bottom, split-view and related stuff from Lightroom and finally (finally!) brought them over to the current version of Camera Raw (Adobe snuck these in the latest update for Photoshop CC subscribers). You access these before/after views from right below the preview window (I circled it in red above). Better yet, although the Preview Checkbox is now gone from the Camera Raw interface, pressing the "P" key now actually does what you always thought it should — now it shows you a real before/after of ALL the changes…

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