This is a short, and admittedly rather late Friday Summary. But here it is. . .
Archive for May 27th, 2005
Russell Preston Brown tells us that his web site is now back up!
A Preferred Working Space for Digital Photographers
Source: Luminous Landscape
Written by Michael Reichmann
Most photographers work under the assumption that Adobe RGB 98 is the most suitable working space within Photoshop. Everyone also knows that the sRGB working space is smaller, and therefore less suitable for professional and fine-art printing applications. Sure, sRGB is fine for amateurs and the web, but real men use Adobe RGB – right?
Years ago, Thomas took a liking to hot sauce. As we all know from my previous Widows Club stories, Thomas is obsessive, to the point of being an extremist. So, I’d have to say that Thomas took an extreme liking to hot sauce. At first he would have a bottle of TABASCO® Red Pepper Sauce on the kitchen table or ask for it at a restaurant. Then he discovered TABASCO Green Pepper Sauce. It went on everything. The new flavor was great but it just did not have the zip that TABASCO Red did.
Soon the heat and tingle of the sauce just started to fade – he was up to about a half a small (2 oz.) bottle a week at this point.
An often overlooked digital imaging resource is:
Adobe Studio Exchange.
Well, it’s one you don’t want to overlook because that’s where a lot of new productivity scripts will be released. In fact, there’s a new one posted for Adobe Bridge already.
A new version of Adobe Bridge has been release via Adobe Updater. Bridge 1.01 is a 44.32 MB download. This update includes support for additional languages, improved stability and increased performance, particularly when launching Bridge on systems with large number of fonts.