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Archive for September, 2005


Sep 8, 2005

Adobe revenue, profit set to rise

Adobe revenue, profit set to risePending Macromedia acquisition key focus area

Source: MarketWatch
Written By Michael Paige

LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) – Adobe Systems Inc. next Thursday is expected to report a higher quarterly profit as revenue rises 21% on strong demand for its digital-document management and design software, according to the average forecast of Wall Street analysts.

Sep 8, 2005

Day 1 – Chicago to Joplin

Depart Chicago: 6:00 AM
Arrive Joplin: 5:00PM (corrected)
Distance: 585 miles
Average speed: 65 mph (not including visits but including gas stops)

Sep 7, 2005

On the Road to Santa Fe

I’m off for my annual Santa Fe Workshops class, so for the next couple of weeks, postings for PhotoshopNews will come when and where I can find high-speed internet access while on the road.

Sep 7, 2005

AKVIS Chameleon v.3.0: 16 bits/Channel

Chameleon v.3.0 Image Combination Software

AKVIS announces Chameleon v.3.0, an efficient tool for automatic adjustment of inserted objects to the target image color range and smoothing of the object’s border. Chameleon V.3 supports 16 bits per channel and allows processing images in color modes RGB, CMYK, Lab and Grayscale.

Sep 7, 2005

New Genuine Fractals 4.0 Now Available from onOne Software

Upgraded Scaling Plug-In for Adobe Photoshop Offers Faster Scaling, New User Interface and Improved Workflow within Photoshop for Long-Time Users

Press Release: PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sept. 7, 2005–Independent software developer, onOne Software, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of Genuine Fractals 4.0.

Sep 7, 2005

Photoshop World – Japan

11-09 through 11-10, 2005

Photoshop World 2005 in JAPAN Conference & Exhibition coming soon!

Sep 7, 2005

Photoshop World Starts Today

Wednesday, September 7, 2005
9:00 – 10:15 a.m. – Opening Keynote
Guru Awards Ceremony, and Hall of Fame Induction

Sep 6, 2005

Adobe Advances the LiveCycle Platform

New Server Software Enables Customers to Automate and Transform People-Centric Business Processes

Press Release: SAN JOSE, Calif. — Sept. 6, 2005 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced significant enhancements to its Adobe® LiveCycle™ server platform. Available now, new Adobe LiveCycle software tightly integrates document services to automate people-centric processes for improving customer communications, increasing internal efficiencies and helping meet compliance initiatives.

Sep 6, 2005

Tenuous link with the truth explored

Source: Sydney Morning Herald
Photographers have always manipulated their pictures, writes Lauren Martin.

A picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes they are lies. Sometimes they are blanks, and you insert the words you like.

Sep 6, 2005

Nikon and Adobe Talking?

In a release posted by Nikon as well as a statement on the Adobe web site, indications are that Nikon and Adobe may have resolved certain differences with regards to Nikon’s NEF raw file format.

Sep 2, 2005

Stephen Johnson Digital Workshops


Landscape photographer Stephen Johnson has posted the fall and early 2006 workshop schedule on his web site. The schedule includes both studio and field workshops on subject ranging from fine art digital printing, fundamentals of digital photography, as well as a variety of landscape locations such as Yosemite, San Mateo and Death Valley.

Sep 2, 2005

Camera Bits Updates Photo Mechanic

Camera Bits, the publisher of the popular Photo Mechanic has released version 4.3.8. The free update for registered users is available from the Camera Bits Download page.

Sep 2, 2005

Martin Evening – Capture Right

Author and photographer Martin Evening begins his series of tutorials for Canon CPS Europe with a tutorial about the importance of getting a correct exposure for digital captures as critical for optimal image quality.