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  • Category Archives Updates

    Happy Thursday everybody. Here's what goin' on: RadarOnline has a story on how a recent cover of Star magazine featuring Jennifer Aniston was "digitally enhanced" to make it looks like she was carrying a manuscript for a tell-all book, when the unretouched photo shows it was clearly a catalog. They have large before/after photos, and it's just interesting to take a quick look (here's the link). Ethics in journalism aside; it was refreshing to see a celebrity retouch that wasn't trying to make her looking younger/thinner/better, etc. I saw our buddy and landscape legend Stephen Johnson featured in a full page ad for Canon's new EOS 1Ds Mark III on the inside back cover of September's PDN. Go on ya, Steve. :) You've gotta check out the site of photography/retouching firm "Royal Post Club" based in Hamburg, Germany, for two reasons: (1) their work…

    On Monday, Epson announced their Signature Worthy Exhibition Fiber paper, and last week before their announcement, Epson sent me some printed samples, and a stack of sheets that I could test for myself. I have to tell you—this new paper is absolutely 'the real deal.' The black and white reproduction on this paper is just off the charts for anything I've seen coming out of an inkjet, and I'm now spoiled to the point that I'm not sure I'll be able to print on anything else. I really think the texture, look and feel of this new fiber-based paper is going to finally win over that last bastion of the photographer who was clinging on to the notion that lab prints were still king. This is that big a deal. Also, I found this interesting; while this new Exhibition Fiber paper is now clearly…

    The boys over at PixelGenius LLC are set to release a host of free custom paper profiles for Epson's just announced Signature Worthy Exhibition Fiber Paper (the paper I talked about in the previous post), and you'll be able to download them direct from Epson's new Pro Imaging Site starting on October 15th. Here's the link to the profiles download page from Pixel Genius.

    Here's a coupla Monday quickies: I found this over on PDN's Pulse; it's a list of "The 15 Best Magazine Covers Since 1960" (as chosen by YourCover.com), and it includes a category called "Best Use of Photoshop." It's a fun, quick little article, and will start your Monday off right. Here's the link. Rod Harlan, over at the new site DV Confidential, posted a different perspective on my new "Photoshop 7-Point-System" book (I wasn't going to unveil this brand new book until tomorrow, when I hope to post a short video about it, but apparently, the word is already out), and you can read it here. Also, if you're in the Tampa Bay area, Rod is speaking tomorrow night at the Media Professionals of Florida meeting. Here's the link for info on when and where, in case you can go. If you're not sure…

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