Adobe should be releasing Lightroom 5 as a free beta any day now based on the early release of an article on TechCrunch (which was quickly taken down).
I expect to see the announcement later this week at the Photoshop World opening keynote, which takes place on Wednesday, April 17, at 9AM ET. Adobe is well-known for dropping big news at Photoshop World openers, and it looks like this one got a bit ahead of them. [click to continue…]
The National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), Kelby Training and Photoshop World are offering a trio of deals that should appeal to pro and enthusiast photographers.
NAPP is offering a free 6 months of membership for new members, as well as renewals.
KelbyTraining.com is offering $50 off an annual subscription.
Photoshop World gives you a free buddy registration with your registration.
All the details are over on the Kelby Training Cyber Monday deal page.
Keep track of all the latest deals on our Cyber Monday Deals Page.
Photoshop World is coming to Vegas for the seventh straight year on September 7-9, 2011. [click to continue…]
Westcott had a regular photographer’s playground set up at Photoshop World last week. Even though it had just announced the TD6 Spiderlite and new 7′ Parabolic umbrellas, there were plenty to be seen and put through the paces on the expo floor between the great classes at PSW.
One of the cool things that Westcott does for the attending photographers is set up several shooting stations with lights and live models to give everything a good run for your money. [click to continue…]
If you’ve been reading Photography Bay over the last couple of weeks, you already knew that you can edit video in Photoshop CS5 Extended. If you missed the prior post, check out the Bokeh 2 review where I applied a tilt-shift effect to a video file.
Still yet, I know this may be news to a lot of folks, and that’s one of the reasons it was highlighted at the Photoshop World Keynote. Check out the short clip below that shows off a few features such as adjusting curves and making lens correction adjustments to video files. [click to continue…]
One of the coolest things at the Photoshop World 2011 Keynote this morning was the unveiling of the Photoshop for iPad tech that Adobe is working on. While the recent upgrades for Photoshop Express on iOS adds some horsepower to the app, the stuff that Adobe has in the pipeline for tablet devices looks pretty sick. [click to continue…]