With its advanced masking capabilities, layers with blend modes, histogram, and more than 60 adjustment parameters, the Film Stocks plug-in looks more like a complete image editor than a film simulation filter.
How you evaluate and adjust your image files is based upon what you see on your display. If the display isn’t calibrated and profiled, you can’t trust what you’re seeing onscreen. Aimed at professionals, the new, redesigned Spyder4Elite colorimeter and software calibrates displays and projectors. Its ease of use and precise results are impressive.
No oops about it, HP has done it again with the introduction of the Z1 Workstation. The engineering behind the first all-in-one workstation-class computer is nothing short of amazing. Designed specifically for professionals in the graphics, photography, video, and CAD industries, the Z1 sports a beautiful 27″, billion-color display with a maximum resolution of 2560×1440. Touchscreen capability would complete the display nicely.
Sprite sheets allow designers to combine multiple images in one place and then call different sections of the image to display. By loading an entire sprite sheet into memory, it helps to avoid image swamping that will slow things down. Brand new features in Fireworks CS6 will slice up an image, give each part a name and export the CSS to use with them. Watch this video to find out how.