In the above video, Photoshop Principal Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes explains how to use Photoshop and Photoshop Mix together in order to do mobile masking, compositing, and make selections. You can find Photoshop Mix here on the iTunes App Store.
Alongside a ton of other recent announcements, Adobe unveiled the new Ink & Slide pen and ruler combo for $200.
Today’s mobile phones and tablets are simply amazing. However, if there’s one gripe I have, it is the ability to quickly and seamlessly transfer data between my phone and mobile devices. About the simplest way to just transfer a file without the need to import through a dedicated program is a cloud sharing platform like Dropbox. I use the heck out of it.
Dropbox, Box and Google Drive all work great until you need to make a big file transfer on a cellular network and you are in a place where your coverage is limited. Then, you could be spending minutes staring at a screen. Or, you have to plug your phone into a computer and jump through a program’s import process.
The Hyper iStick looks like it may be nice stop-gap until Pied Piper finishes up its revolutionary compression algorithm. [Read more...]
Adobe has finally launched Lightroom mobile for iPad after teasing the app for the better part of a year. Before we get to the features, some readers will want to know up front that it is only available for Creative Cloud members. If you are part of the Photoshop Photography Program or a full Creative Cloud subscriber, Lightroom mobile is available to you at no additional expense.
Lightroom mobile now allows you to sync your iPad with your Lightroom 5 desktop library. Lightroom mobile uses Smart Previews to allow you to make non-destructive edits on your iPad, which will then sync to your desktop library.
The iOgrapher iPad case for turning your iPad into a filmmaking machine is now available for the iPad 3 and iPad 4. The iOgrapher case features two handles on the sides of the case, which allows for more stable handheld video footage. Additionally, it features a lens mount adapter for adding various lenses to the iPad for wide angle, fisheye or macro shots.
The iOgrapher case also features three accessory shoes on top for attaching lighting and audio gear and it has a standard tripod mount on the bottom.
The iOgrapher case runs between $65 and $75 depending on the iPad version you have. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Wacom has released three new mobile products: the Cintiq Companion, Cintiq Companion Hybrid, or Intuos Creative Stylus for iPad. [Read more...]
I’ll be the first to admit that I snicker a bit at the iPad-ographers of the world. It seems like every public event I go to anymore, someone is shooting video or snapping photos with a massive iPad. [Read more...]