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Archive for April 4th, 2006


Apr 4, 2006

Bert Monroy’s “Monster Painting”


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Bert Monroy unveiled his latest work, Damen at the recent Photoshop World in Miami. The printed size is 40 inches by 120 inches and was produced from a Photoshop file that weighs in at 1.7 gigs–flat! Don’t be fooled folks…this is a digital painting–not a photograph!

Apr 4, 2006

Print Show by R. Mac Holbert-Seattle


Multiple Me © by R. Mac Holbert

Benham Gallery is proud to present R. Mac Holbert, of Nash Editions, in his first solo exhibition March 29, through May 27th, 2006.

Apr 4, 2006

Titanic talent: Decatur artist makes pictures pop off comic page

Source: Decatur Herald & Review
Written by Tony Reid

DECATUR – Krista Ward knows the color of the beast.

She mixes it up in her electronic computer cauldron and splashes it on via mouse clicks to create folks you really would not want to meet outside the pages of a comic book: take Marvel’s “Thanos,” aka the “Mad Titan,” for example. His ghastly lavender-tone skin has been shaded into ferocious life by Ward, along with the explosive and fiery worlds he terrorizes.

Apr 4, 2006

Lightroom Podcast Episode 3 Posted


Greg Gorman by Jeff Schewe

George Jardine, Pro Photography Evangelist of Adobe has posted a new iTunes Podcast about Adobe Lightroom with Greg Gorman.

Apr 4, 2006

AKVIS Noise Buster: Noise Suppression for Digital and Scanned Images

AKVIS Noise Buster: Noise Suppression for Digital and Scanned Images

Press Release: AKVIS LLC announces the release of new software – AKVIS Noise Buster V.1.1 for Windows and Macintosh. AKVIS Noise Buster is software for noise suppression on digital and scanned images.

Apr 4, 2006

Two plead guilty in huge US CD piracy bust

Source: Reuters via YahooNews

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Two men involved in what U.S. authorities called the largest bust of pirated music CDs and computer software in America each pleaded guilty to five criminal counts on Monday, law enforcement officials said.