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May 6, 2008

Photoshop Disasters Dings Photoshop User TV

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Photoshop Disasters web site recently took a swipe at Photoshop User TV for doing “inept reflections” in an announcement at the most recent Photoshop World about the Photoshop User TV live taping. See: Photoshop World: Photoshop User TV Useless At Photoshop.

Jeeesh, everybody is a critic!

May 6, 2008

Adobe Submits the DNG Raw File Format to the ISO

John Nack posted an expanded explanation of a recent Digital Photo Pro DNG article that quotes Kevin Conner, senior director of product management for Adobe’s professional digital imaging products, saying:

“We’ve actually started talking to ISO [International Organization for Standardization] of potential standardization around a new RAW format,” Connor says. “We’ve submitted DNG as something for them to consider. At this point in time, it’s sort of premature to speculate whether a formal standard will come out of that or not. Obviously, it’s a standardization process that can take a long time, with many parties involved and different viewpoints. The good thing is that there’s a discussion happening.”

John also mentioned that Adobe will be releasing a “DNG-viewing codec for Windows Vista, making it possible to view DNG files right within the operating system. Expect this free download to be posted soon.”

May 6, 2008

You Suck At Photoshop Wins a People’s Voice Webby Award

You Suck At Photoshop, the trials and tribulations of Donnie, has won a People’s Voice Award in the 12th annual Webby Awards Comedy: Long Form or Series category. You Suck also won a People’s Voice Award in the “How To” category.

The creators of You Suck were recently revealed to be Troy Hitch and Matt Bledsoe, two ad agency refugees from Covington, Kentucky. See this PSN story: THE PHOTOSHOP GUYS REVEALED!.

May 6, 2008

New ‘Digital Arts’ Festival Fuses Art & Technology

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Press Release: ALYS BEACH, Fla., May 6 /PRNewswire/ — A Florida beach resort town will host a unique festival on Labor Day weekend.

“Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach” was created to celebrate and promote the world’s most talented and innovative digital artists. But the event has a very unusual twist.

“We’re inviting digital artists from around the world to project their original artwork onto our town’s famous white walls,” said Kelli Arnold, Alys Beach’s Events Coordinator. “Our entire town will literally become their blank canvas.”