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Archive for September 19th, 2007


Sep 19, 2007

Photoshop Express

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Adobe demos Photoshop Express.

It’s not like Photoshop Express will be a replacement for the Photoshop CS3 upgrade, but a web based set of functionality built upon some of Photoshop’s core would be interesting for some folks. This is a still version, based on Photoshop that will go along with Adobe’s Premiere Express.

You can see the onstage demo of Photoshop Express (I think Johnny L needs to learn about color correction) in Terry White’s Creative Suite Podcast (direct link to video).

Sep 19, 2007

Layers TV is “On The Air!” (well, almost)

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Layers Magazine launches Layers TV today–hosted by little Cory Barker and “RC”.

We love that goatee RC!

The first episode should be available later today.

(BTW, that’s RC Concepcion on the right and Cory Barker who does Planet Photoshop on the left). Be sure to check out the Photoshop Guys™ on Photoshop TV.

Jeeesh, maybe I should do some videos–oh, wait, I have! More info on that soon…

Sep 19, 2007

Grubba Software announces TrueGrain

Press Release: Cary, North Carolina-September 18, 2007-Grubba Software today introduced TrueGrain, a professional creative tool for accurately recapturing the aesthetics of black & white film with digital photography.

The TrueGrain software contains a library of grain samples and profiles for a number of classic film stocks, some of which are no longer available and are unlikely to be available in the future. TrueGrain users can easily import high resolution digital imagery-such as that produced with today’s professional DSLR cameras-and immediately see a close approximation of how the image would look if it had been exposed using any of the film stocks in TrueGrain’s library, right down to the fine grain structure details only visible under magnification.

Sep 19, 2007

Russell Brown Launches new TV Show

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Dr. Brown’s Photoshop Laboratory…the mad doctor is in!