Make way, San Diego! Dave Cross and I are bringing our Creative Suite Unleashed Tour to California this Friday. In one day, he and I will talk about how to make the most out of using Illustrator, Indesign, Photoshop, Flash, and even a little bit of Dreamweaver thrown in there for good measure!
by Sean Duggan: Photomerge in Photoshop CS4 does an amazing job of aligning and blending panoramas, but occasionally you run into an image where theres a glitch that has to be fixed manually. In this tutorial, well take a look at panorama alignment problems and explore various strategies for fixing them. Well finish with a [...]
Hey everyone! I wanted to share with you another image that I took while I was in Kansas City. This time, it happened to be of the Drum Room Lounge, inside of the Hilton President in Kansas City. If you see at the post that I did with the hotel lobby (it’s a few below [...]
This tutorial gets you started with importing 3D objects from third-party programs into Photoshop CS4′s 3D layers. Look for Parts 2, 3, and 4 coming soon!
Happy Thursday everyone! Just wanted to pop on in and share what’s new in the intranets: Terry White’s New Iphone App Terry white over at his techblog is usually covering all sorts of technology and letting us know what his favorite apps are for the iphone. He’s taken that love and mixed it with his [...]
Congratulations All Around A big congratulations to Joe McNally, Scott Kelby, and David Duchemin for rocking the top 5 of the top 10 Best Books- Art and Photography on Amazon.com! Joe McNally earns the top spot this year for his Hot Shoe Diaries, with Scott Kelby’s Digital Photography Book Vol 3 immediately behind it. Right [...]
(click on the image to see a larger copy on Flickr) Traveling To Kansas City – The Biodegradable Tripod I traveled on Wednesday from St. Louis to Kansas City for the next stop of the CS4 Unleashed tour i’m doing today. As I was in the car, one of my co-workers said “I know you [...]
Learn how to create a stealth video using the FLV playback component. Click here to download the files to follow along with this tutorial.
I’m a big fan of checking out good plugins that are out there for being able to show your information on the web. Digicrafts is one place that I always keep on a short list based on a good track record i’ve had with their components. Thankfully I got an email not too long ago [...]
Check out the latest on Proofing in Acrobat with Taz Tally: Last issue, we covered composite content proofs and color-separated proofs. This issue were going to cover soft proofing and color-simulation print proofs. Soft proofing simulates onscreen how your final print will appear, and color-simulation print proofs simulate the appearance of the final print, such [...]