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Archive for November 21st, 2006


Nov 21, 2006

REALVIZ Stitcher 5.5 Unlimited DS

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Press Release: REALVIZ®, a leader in image processing software development, is pleased to announce the availability of Stitcher® Unlimited 5.5 DS (“Double Shot”), which offers the ability to automatically stitch 2-shot fisheye photos. Stitcher Unlimited DS delivers the most versatile and accessible solution for a wide variety of industries, for the creation of stunning panoramas from horizontally and vertically stitched photos, and fisheye shots.

Nov 21, 2006

Adobe Announces the 2007 Adobe Design Achievement Awards

adaa_2007_logo.pngThe Adobe® Design Achievement Awards celebrate student achievement reflecting the powerful convergence of technology and the creative arts.

The competition, which showcases individual and group projects created with industry-leading Adobe creative software, honors the most talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, and computer artists from the world’s top institutions of higher education.

Nov 21, 2006

Adobe shares rise to 52-week high

Source: AP via Business Week

Shares of Adobe Systems Inc. rose to a 52-week high Tuesday, after an analyst predicted strong demand for the software maker’s Creative Suite 3, which includes Adobe’s flagship Photoshop and Illustrator graphic design programs.

The San Jose, Calif.-based company’s stock rose $1.08, or 2.6 percent, to $42.39 in morning trading on the Nasdaq after rising as high as $42.75 earlier in the session. The stock hit its previous 52-week high last week, and has traded as low as $25.98 in the last year.

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Nov 21, 2006

Photoshop in the Movies

casinoroyaleonesheet.jpgAs noted in DIGIT, Photoshop is once again In the Movies.

“So what’s product placement got to do with Digit? Well, there was one piece of — I’m guessing — unpaid product placement for the software at the core of every creative’s lives: Photoshop.

I’d say it’s unpaid as after one of Bond’s spy chums has framed a policeman with a doctored photo, he pops out the line: “it’s amazing what you can do in Photoshop“.

Now, while it would be wonderful if Adobe did one of those traditional Bond tie-in adverts, with copy reading ‘the next time you need to frame a public official to further your own ends, make sure you turn to Photoshop’, it’s rather implausible.”