drewSmart Objects are one of those features that I totally love in the Creative Suite. They allow you great ways to be able to share data among applications, and create some very interesting effects. I find myself using Smart Objects quite a bit when playing around in Photoshop, and more recently, I’ve been incorporating my Illustrator artwork into the Photoshop space. How exciting was it to see that Dreamweaver started letting you create Smart Objects inside of page for publishing. Too cool! To that end, Geoff Blake has got a great tutorial going over a workflow that takes you from Illustrator into Photoshop, then out to Dreamweaver – all using Smart Objects. Click on the link below to check out the tutorial:

Smart Objects from Illustrator to Photoshop to Dreamweaver by Geoff Blake

New Layers TV Episode is Up
Make sure you check out our newest Layers TV episode over on the player to the right. I did receive word from our Internet gurus here at the office that coming very soon (maybe even on this episode) we may have a total of 3 different streams of Layers TV for you guys to check out – an original standard def version, an HD version, and an ipod m4v version that you guys can get from Itunes. Hey, I love it any which way you guys take it, but if you’re registered on Itunes, make sure you leave us some feedback.. we’d totally appreciate it!

Vincent Versace Guest Blogs for Scott Kelby
It’s been a year since Scott Kelby (under recommendation from Vincent Versace) turned “No Blog Wednesday” to “Guest Blog Wednesday” and the change has been an amazing hit. In that year, we have gotten some incredible blog entries from some of the best of the best. It’s definitely been something that I look forward to on Wednesdays (I mean, come on.. who can forget Zack Arias‘ post Edit: Transform). This time around, we come full circle to the person who started it all, Vincent Versace. Click on the link below to go straight to the post:

Guest Blog: Vincent Versace on The Photoshop Insider Blog

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