Squeezing a bit more image area after using Photoshop CS2’s Lens Correction tool to restore verticals in some architectural images. (This only works with shots with simple foregrounds.)
Archive for August 22nd, 2005
SAN JOSE, California (CNN) — Software company Adobe has a hand in almost everything we see in print and on the Web.
From a pop music video, to the design of a can of Coke and a magazine layout — Adobe is probably there.
Source: Luminious Landscape
Written By Michael Reichmann
What would happen if a Canon 1Ds mated with a Canon 20D? You’d end up with either headlines on CNN, or, the just announced Canon 5D.
Following much humorous speculation online, especially after the spec sheet was “leaked” about a week before the official announcement, with many self-proclaimed experts pontificating on how the specs weren’t credible and the images had to have been “Photoshopped”, the truth is that the spec sheet was real, and so is the camera.
Five New Photo Printers Join the Canon PIXMA Line Offering Variety of Features, New Canon ChromaLife100 System and Canon’s Pioneering FINE Print Head Technology
Press Release: LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. 22, 2005– Canon today added five new single function models to its PIXMA photo printer line. The new models now feature large LCD screens, sleek new compact designs and one printer offers built-in wireless capability.
Canon EOS 5D (full frame) to ship in October for US$3299
Canon EOS-1D Mark II N adds larger LCD screen, numerous refinements
Source: Rob Galbraith Digital Photography Insights
Written By Rob Galbraith
Source: Photoshop Support Knowledgebase
Issue:When you start any of the applications installed with Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 they return the error, “Your [Adobe application] user name, organization, or serial number is missing or invalid. The application cannot continue and must now exit. ”
The developer of the CorelDraw Graphics Suite offers lower pricing, but may find the design community reluctant to switch from established tools.
Written By Nettie Hartsock