Acrobat X Pro

Granted, Acrobat X (read ten) is a mature program and new, exciting features are harder to come by but for other programs, Adobe has simply borrowed ideas from plug-in developers (or licensed them), so it makes me wonder why they didn’t do that for version X.

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Cutting Corners in InDesign CS5

Explore the new corner options that are available when designing with InDesign CS5.

Sigma 10–20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM

With most lenses, you need to put considerable distance between you and the car, and show attendees constantly get in the frame. So a large car show seemed like the perfect place to test Sigma’s new 10–20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM wide-angle zoom lens.

Ask Dave Podcast: Delete Part of a Layer Style

In this video, Dave goes over how to delete part of a layer style.

PANTONE PLUS SERIES

I’ve used Pantone’s swatch books for more than 25 years, and I’m more excited about the new PANTONE PLUS Series than any previous update to the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM.

Animating Blends in Adobe Illustrator

Jeff Witchel creates a flag waving animation from Illustrator by animating blends and exporting to a Flash swf file.

Work Flexible in Photoshop Using Smart Objects

Dave Cross demonstrates why getting in the habit of using smart objects in Photoshop will make your life easier.

Topaz InFocus

Topaz Labs’ reputation for easy-to-use and effective plug-ins for Photoshop makes them a favorite developer for a lot of photographers and designers—myself included—but while their latest addition, InFocus, is great in theory, it requires more experience and finesse to produce the results in the same ways as its siblings.

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