January 30, 2012
Adobe released a sneak peek video of Photoshop CS6 on YouTube and it showed off a dark UI similar to Lightroom and After Effects.
Lots of customizations are now possible simply by context clicking and the rich cursor support is something that I have been waiting for a long time.
I definitely like it, so check it out in the video below:
PS: the Camera Raw 7 product looks quite nice too.
June 25, 2011
what if you could treat an audio file the same way you could treat a photoshop file?
Spectral Layers which at the moment is in Alpha Stage 2 promises just that. The software has the ability to use multiple layers, work with multi-channel audio as well as surround sound, and extract individual voices, instruments, or any other noises.
Check out the video and see for yourself
Spectral Layers from DIVIDE FRAME on Vimeo.
March 25, 2010
Now the Photoshoppers among us are all very familiar with the Clone tool. Need to remove stuff from an image? Clone tool’s got your back.
Imagine if it was a little smarter. Imagine it knew how to get rid of things you just pointed out it it.
Adobe Labs teases us with this video demonstration of how we might tidy our images… in the FUTURE.
Hat tip to @VinnyCaravella and @dannyodwyer
August 26, 2009
The Colour Picker pen by Korean designer Jinsu Park works just like the eyedropper tool in Photoshop. Use the rear end of the pen to scan the colour of the objects around you, and then pen imitates the colour by mixing red, green and blue ink, thus negating the need for an arsenal of crayons
Unfortunately you can’t buy this pen yet as it is still conceptual, but if it ever hits the market I know a few designers that will want to have one.
December 8, 2008
i found this post of pics that look like they have been photoshopped but supposedly they aren’t. Now i can’t proof that but some of these shots are just amazing.
There a plenty more to look at here.
April 10, 2008
We recently stumbled across this brilliant website that archives all the weird and wacky Photoshop mistakes. Some are more obvious than others, but we think you’ll agree that all are pretty big Photoshop no-no’s.
To see more Photoshop disasters, check out http://photoshopdisasters.blogspot.com/