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The newest issue of Adobe Magazine has been released and is available for download from the magazine web site at www.adobemagazine.com
They’re beautiful—one look and I’m captivated. I stare and find myself absorbed by every detail. If this isn’t love, it’ll do. As a card-carrying photo geek, I admit that looking at digital files produced by the new 12- and 16-megapixel SLRs leads to a rush that normally means a trip to the confessional. Okay, maybe I exaggerate, but not by much.
The June issue of Photoshop User Magazine will be entirely devoted to Photoshop CS2.
This special bonus issue of Photoshop User Magazine is packed cover-to-cover with nothing but step-by-step tutorials, tips, and Q&A’s on all the new features of Photoshop CS2.
On news stands this month: Bruce Fraser and Jeff Schewe team up to write an authoritative cover article for the April/May issue of Photoshop User magazine. The six page article, Shooting in the RAW–the naked truth about advanced Camera Raw talks about controlling all the editing power and flexibility of Camera Raw without over-cooking your brain.
“Many photographers have come to enjoy the enormous flexibility that RAW provides over JPEG. When shooting RAW, the image is wide open for interpretation–a simple yank of some controls makes a vast difference to the rendering of your image.
But what are you supposed to pull and how do you decide what your image is supposed to look like?” –Bruce Fraser and Jeff Schewe
Press Release: Tampa, FL – April 5, 2005 –Today, KW Media Group, publishers of Mac Design Magazine, relaunched the magazine as Layers® – The “How-To” Magazine for Everything Adobe. Each issue is dedicated to giving readers the latest step-by-step tutorials, tips, and tricks for all of Adobe’s design, video, and photography applications.
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