ArcSoft Portrait+ 3

There’s so much software that chases Photoshop with regard to correcting and retouching photographs. The fine line between images that have been corrected almost undetectably and those that seem like unrealistic plastic surgery is often crossed. When it comes to faces, however, there’s an easy way to retouch with just a few clicks.

Intensify Pro

Intensify Pro, a standalone app from Macphun Software, intensifies your images by bringing out details and structure. Using a brush and gradient tool to control the areas you want to improve, it offers total control over contrast and sharpness.

Constructing Interactive EPUBs in Adobe InDesign

Did you know InDesign isn’t only for print? In this Adobe InDesign Quick Tips tutorial, you’ll learn how to create and export interactive EPUBs (electronic publications) that include slide shows, buttons, hyperlinks, animation, movies, and audio.

Nikon COOLPIX AW120

Back in 2012, I reviewed the Nikon COOLPIX AW100, so I was excited when Nikon announced the COOLPIX AW120, their third generation camera in the rugged compact segment. What improvements has Nikon made?

Drawing Keeps Getting Easier in Adobe Illustrator

In this Adobe Illustrator Quick Tips tutorial, Jeff Witchel details improvements to the Pencil and Pen tools, and demonstrates the power and flexibility of the new Curvature tool.

Olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lens

Olloclip’s impressive, compact, 4-in-1 Photo Lens takes Apple iPhone 5 and 5s picture-taking capability to another level. This quick-connect lens straddles the iPhone’s built-in lens, and on one side is a wide angle; the other a fisheye. Simply remove the 4-in-1 and flip it over to change lenses.

Libraries Come to Illustrator Creative Cloud

For this installment of Adobe Illustrator Quick Tips, Jeff Witchel explains how to use libraries and the Libraries panel to collect assets of projects (logos, artwork, etc.) and organize, manage, and access these assets from anywhere you can sign into the Creative Cloud.

Light Blaster

The Light Blaster (a.k.a. the Blaster) is an exciting new strobe-based image projector with unlimited creative possibilities.

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