Photoshop CS4 has been announced

It’s late Tuesday, but I didn’t want the day to go by without mentioning this one since Photoshop is my “gig” and all. Adobe has announced the brand new Creative Suite CS4, which means there’s a new version of Photoshop coming out. It’s not out yet but Adobe generally starts shipping within a month or so after they announce (at least that’s judging from the past). Since most Lightroom users,...

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A Quick Q&A Post

Hi everyone. I’m at Photoshop World this week but I wanted to get in a quick Q&A post. I’ve been building a list of questions I’ve been asked here and I’ll start working my way through them over the next few weeks. Here goes: Will those Camera Profiles (video from last week) from the Adobe Labs website work with JPEGs too? No, sorry about that. I recorded that video and realized after it was up that I...

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Photoshop World Insiders Guide

Hey folks, I’ve got a cool Lightroom video tutorial coming later this morning so make sure you check back. However, I’m teaching Lightroom at Photoshop World next week and I had an idea for those of you attending (NOTE: if you’re not attending just skip this post and wait for the video later today). See, I just finished writing a Photoshop World insiders guide and thought I’d share it here for those of you...

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Photo Update

Howdy! Feel free to scroll down to the next post to get right to the tip for today. This post is just for folks that would like to see a few photos I’ve taken as of late. If you’ve noticed that I’ve been a little silent this week it’s because I’ve been on a cruise in Hawaii teaching Photoshop and Lightroom with Moose Peterson, Laurie Excel and Dave Cross. We’ve had a great time with the class and...

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Tip – Resolution Change When Editing

Here’s a quick tip that managed to sneak under the radar when Lightroom 2 came out. You know when you edit a photo in Photoshop and you get to choose the bit depth (8 or 16 bit), file type (PSD or TIFF), and color space. Well did you know that in Lightroom 2 you can also choose the Resolution that the photo will be rendered in when it gets to Photoshop? Yep, it wasn’t there in Lightroom 1 (Honestly, if some one had asked...

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Weekly Presets – Graduated Filters

Well everyone, once again I’m deferring my weekly preset duty to some one else. See, Sean McCormack has some graduated filter presets available over at his site. Here’s the deal. He’s selling a package of 70 graduated filter presets for Lightroom 2 (they cost about $7.75 US). But, he’s also got some samples available free for download. Here’s the link to the website where you’ll see some samples of...

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