Jun 3, 2005

Friday Summary / 06-03-2005

The summary, for the week May 27th-June 2nd, 2005.

On Friday, May 27th PSN reported that Adobe Bridge 1.01 is Released.

Also on Friday, PSN posted the third in the series of Photoshop Widows Club articles from Ruth Knoll titled Photoshop Widows Club – The Extremist. Really, a must read-particularly if you like hot sauce!

We also posted a link to a story by Michael Reichmann Understanding ProPhoto RGB. Required reading for digital photographers.

PSN was also happy to report that the Russell Brown Show was back on the air in Heeeee’s Back! Thank goodness, we were concerned that bad karma might have contributed to the site’s demise because of our story Russell Brown Comes Clean, Reveals All.

On Monday, May 30th, PSN posted a link to an article appearing on Luminous Landscape regarding the subject of undocumented and proprietary Raw file formats and a petition to do something about it in RAW File Encryption

On Tuesday, May 31st, PSN had a slew of stories, see the day’s total here. The stories included news about Canon camera firmaware updates as well as Agfa Photo filing for Insolvency as well as Kodak discontinuing its pro DSLR cameras.

On Wednesday, June 1st, PSN reported on a Microsoft press release regarding Microsoft and Imaging Industry Leaders Unveil Support for Digital Camera RAW in Windows

PSN also linked to a PC World story about The 100 Best Products of 2005

Also an alert to readers of Photoshop User Magazine to be sure to get the June issue in this story On the News Stands-Photoshop User “All CS2

On Thursday, June 2nd, PSN linked to a CNET story about Shutterfly buys out Memory Matrix

PSN also reported that Lexar Announces Firmware Update for 80x Compact Flash Cards

Also of note is that the Great Lakes Digital Conference, Photoshop Soup2Nuts 2.0 was accepting “A la Carte Registration”. Seriously folks, if you are anywhere near Ann Arbor on June 24-25, you owe it to yourself to attend this conference. Not only does it have top speakers, the proceeds go to a good cause. PixelGenius’ own Bruce Fraser and Jeff Schewe will be there as well as Thomas Knoll, the original author of Photoshop and Camera Raw. You really should come to see Thomas put hot sauce on his food. . .it’s scary to see!

This is the week that was. . .May 27-June 2nd, 2005.
Thanks for tuning in!

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