Adobe Configurator (screenshots 1, 2), a new utility that’s due to ship on Adobe Labs around the end of the month, is a key part of our strategy. Configurator makes it easy to snap together your own Photoshop panels (a.k.a. palettes). Think of Configurator as a box of Legos–an app that lets you drag and […]
Exciting updates are on the way this month for the PhotoShelter Personal Archive. In mid-October, you’ll see many of your most requested new features, like: Easier customization. New tools will simplify customization — you’ll have templates to quickly blend sales, search, and gallery functionality into your website. New look. We’re simplifying navigation and sprucing up […]
Julieanne Kost has posted some detailed overviews of Camera Raw 5.0 and the rest of Photoshop CS4 Check it out here.
You’re going to see tons of flashier features in other write-ups, and of course I’ll cover them here, but for this cycle I want to lead with the little stuff–things you might not read about otherwise, but which can make a big difference while working Check it out here.
I’m delighted to say that Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop CS4 Extended, along with the entire Creative Suite 4 lineup, have been officially announced! Check it out here.
The Camera Raw 4.6 and DNG Converter Release Candidates (RC) are now available on Adobe Labs. Check it out here.
Nik has announced a new version of its venerable sharpening plug-in. Sharpener Pro 3.0 adds U Point-based selective sharpening, improved sharpening algorithms, a “soft proof” feature and compatibility with both Adobe Photoshop Check it out here.
Though it’s not exactly earth-shattering news — most people already knew it was coming — Adobe is launching CS4 on Sept. 23rd Check it out here.
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I am apparently the last blogger in the world to discover Cooliris. Formerly called PicLens, this is a lightweight browser plug-in that fills your screen with digital images displayed in a flying interface Check it out here.
Camera Bits has released v18.104.22.168 of Photo Mechanic for Mac and Windows, after a public beta period. The release fixes a number of minor bugs, adds support for rendering RAW files from the Nikon D60 and Olympus E-3 in the Mac version plus it introduces product activation to the pro photo browsing and transfer program […]
When we look back at how things changed with the arrival of Lightroom 2, I think the new DNG Profile Editor (presently kind of a sleeper technology) will stand out as transformative. The technology was largely developed by Eric Chan, a bright young guy on the Camera Raw team (and aspiring photographer). I’ve always found […]
Adobe’s Lightroom 2.0, which launched today represents a major breakthrough in the field of digital photo processing. I’ve only just begun to play with the software today, but it is clear that Lightroom 2.0 will be my new imaging software of choice. Prior to using Lightroom 2.0 I did my photo processing using Adobe’s Bridge […]
Till now both Camera Raw and Lightroom have provided a means for calibrating ones own camera, or for creating a custom look, but this has always been a tedious processes (aided by scripts, such as those by Thomas Fors), and so not many people bothered. Therefore, whereas some people choose their raw processing program for […]
This page contains tutorials and documentation to help photographers get started with using the DNG Profile Editor. The DNG Profile Editor is a software program designed and implemented by Adobe. Its purpose is to enable photographers to edit camera profiles and it is being offered as a free download to the photographic community. Please note […]
Lightroom 2 is now available on Adobe.com. We’ve been very pleased with all of the feedback during the public beta and we’re happy to provide the finished version. Check it out here.
Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the immediate availability of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 software, the photographer’s essential toolbox for managing, adjusting and presenting large volumes of digital photographs. With new enhancements such as dual-monitor support, radical advances in non-destructive localized image correction, and streamlined search capabilities, Lightroom 2 is a compelling upgrade that simplifies […]
I’m pleased to announce the immediate availability of MarsEdit 2.2, a free update to MarsEdit 2. Check it out here.
There are so many amazing new apps on the iPhone store that I hope to review here (and I’ll certainly spend time on a few more over coming weeks), but today I want to point you to three applications that make me feel like I’m a music fan of the very-near-future — where personalized data […]
It’s Saturday afternoon and I am having a blast experimenting with the new edit plugin from Nik Software called Silver Efex Pro. I downloaded the trial as soon as I heard it was available and it is really addictive. For the past two hours I have been going through images I took years ago that […]