Archive for August 3rd, 2006

Aug 3, 2006


John Paul Caponigro presents a stunning collection of new images in his annual studio exhibit. The studio is at 73 Cross Road, Cushing, Maine.

This extremely popular event is open for one weekend only: August 5-6 from 10A.M. to 5P.M. The artist will discuss his work daily at 2P.M.


Aug 3, 2006

DxO Optics Pro v4 Public Beta

DxO Labs Announces Availability of DxO Optics Pro v4 Public Beta Release – Automatic image enhancement software introduces advanced color features, new optical corrections, improved workflow and speed as well as plug-in compatibility with Adobe Photoshop

Press Release: New York, NY and Paris, France – August 3, 2006 – DxO Labs announces today availability of a free, Windows PC public beta release of DxO Optics Pro v4 for all digital photographers to download from the DxO Labs Web site (

Aug 3, 2006

Adobe Champions Art and Technology at ZeroOne San Jose Festival

Company Sponsors Youth Education Programs and Emerging Artist Award

Press Release: SAN JOSE, Calif. — Aug. 2, 2006 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced details of its participation in ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge being held August 7-13 in conjunction with ISEA2006, the International Symposium on Electronic Art. As a leading corporate sponsor and sole sponsor of the art and technology festival’s education programs, Adobe is supporting the event with cash, in-kind donations and employee volunteerism. Adobe is also sponsoring ZeroOne’s Emerging Artist award being presented by Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen at the festival’s official Opening and Awards Ceremony.

Aug 3, 2006

Adobe Unveils Major New Public Art Commission, “San José Semaphore”

Highly Visible Artwork by Noted Artist Ben Rubin Transforms San Jose Skyline and Engages Public with Coded Message

Press Release: SAN JOSE, Calif. — Aug. 2, 2006 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) will debut a major new public art commission installed atop its corporate headquarters in downtown San Jose at dusk on August 7. Called “San José Semaphore” and created by noted artist Ben Rubin, the digital artwork is designed to be visible from many streets, freeways and local buildings and will become a significant feature of the San Jose skyline. Commissioned by Adobe in collaboration with the San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs, San José Semaphore will engage the public with transmission of a coded message. The artwork’s unveiling coincides with the beginning of the ZeroOne San Jose: “A Global Festival of Art on the Edge” showcasing digital art from around the world August 7-13.