Microsoft says PC customers could void their warranties by upgrading to its new 64-bit Windows XP Professional OS.
Archive for May 3rd, 2005
Editor’s Note: Photographer and author Thom Hogan has done an in-depth review of the new Nikon D2X. Known as a respected authority in photography-both film & digital, Mr. Hogan’s views and reviews carry substantial weight in the Nikon community. As a result, it’s notable that Mr. Hogan has both considerable praise for the camera (with some criticism) but also goes to considerable length to offer his opinion of the recent White Balance encryption issue as well as Nikon’s response. PSN encourages interested readers to read the entire review but we were struck by the following:
DxO Labs Announces Public Beta release of DxO Optics Pro version 3.0 Software now featuring DxO Noise and DxO Lighting technologies.
As a serious digital photographer, you need the greatest possible control over your images. In the newly updated edition of his popular camera raw guide, best-selling author Bruce Fraser gives you just that.
You’ll learn how to take advantage of Adobe Camera Raw using Adobe Photoshop CS2 to set white balance, optimize contrast and saturation, handle noise, correct tint, recover lost detail in images before converting them to another format, and more.
Download a sample chapter and read an interview with Bruce Fraser.
Desktop CPU with two built-in processors does well at juggling multiple tasks.
The purpose of this short guide is to help you transition from Photoshop CS/Camera Raw 2.x/File Browser to Photoshop CS2/Camera Raw 3.x/Bridge. Nothing terrible is going to happen if you fail to follow these recommendations, but you will lose time.