When it comes to investing in Photoshop actions, I have three criteria: First, they have to do something substantially different than actions I already use; second, they need to allow me to customize their looks; and third, the actions should work synergistically, building on one another as part of a complete workflow solution.
In this bonus episode of Photoshop Tips & Tricks, RC Concepcion reviews a brand new product snapshot, the Eden Park Illumination Plasma Lamp. The Studio 3000 Microplasma Light is a thin panel that is easier to store, transport and set up than traditional studio lights. It also offers high quality, uniform light.
These two new features in Animate 3 make creating projects all that much easier. State centering allows for the stage to be centered with the click of a button. Responsive scaling options allow users to adjust the size of their animation based on the display window, making it responsive to mobile devices and other displays.
Flexibility and real estate are essential for my animation and graphics workflow, and I’ve always used multiple displays, but the toolbars, menus, and other items that I needed on the second monitor were a bit cumbersome. I’ve tried many products to solve this dilemma, but nothing ever really captured what was needed—until now.