Should a company be able to control the way content you have created is stored? Simon Bisson looks at moves towards open file formats. . .
Archive for May 4th, 2005
In addition to offering preliminary support for the Nikon D2X and Canon EOS 350D, the newly-released Adobe Camera Raw 3.1 adds two new preferences that are useful for anyone using a DNG workflow in conjunction with third-party asset managers.
You can read about them in this short excerpt from the soon-to-be-released Real World Camera Raw With Adobe Photoshop CS2.
Working with DNG
(204KB PDF download)
From a post in the Adobe User to User Forum for Camera Raw, Adobe Camera Raw 3.1 update is reported to have been released to the Adobe FTP site. Note: the Camera Raw Home Page has yet to be updated.
Here’s a Newsweek cover from 100 years into the future: an aerial view of the United States with California split off from the mainland and floating in the Pacific. The headline: “California Island: More popular than ever 62 years after the Big Quake.” And here’s Sports Illustrated 100 years hence: “Hell Freezes Over! Cubs Win 2105 World Series.”
Don’t let your printer’s color go to the dogs. . .
This article is an excerpt from Andrew Rodney’s upcoming book Color Management for Photographers : Hands on Techniques for Photoshop Users and deals with the changes you’ll find in Photoshop CS2′s Print with Preview command.