Wacom has unveiled a new line-up of graphics tablets to slot into its professional Intuos line-up, featuring multi-touch gesture support. The tablets can recognise standard Windows and Mac gestures, such as zooming, scrolling and panning, but customisable gestures can also be created for quicker workflow in programs such as Adobe Photoshop.
A new version of Snapseed suitable for PC users has been released by Nik Software. The popular Snapseed app allows users to edit, enhance and share photos, and will now be available for users of Windows XP and later.
Flickr has announced it will be increasing the photo file size it allows users to upload, as a response to increasingly high-resolution cameras on the market. Currently, free Flickr users can upload files of up to 15MB, which rises to 20MB for pro members. The new file limits have yet to be finalised.
One of our favourite Photoshop tricks is the way that the characteristic negative tones and cyan hues of X-rays can be easily applied to regular images. OK, so we’re not really looking inside our subject, but the overall effect works a treat when creating a Photoshop X-Ray.
A new Photoshop Plugin from Fotolia and Silicon Publishing promises to add more than 16 million stock photos directly into Adobe Creative Suite. Compatible with Adobe Creative Suite versions 5 or newer, the Fotolia plugin lets users browse, manage, and incorporate stock photos from Fotolia.com directly within Adobe’s CS5 applications including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, [...]
Adobe has launched its Photoshop Touch app for iPad users. Adobe Photoshop Touch is now available for the iPad 2 and offers core Photoshop features, as well as new functions for creating and sharing images in an app that was custom-built for tablets, Adobe says.
Adobe has given us another sneak peek into Photoshop CS6. After last week’s preview of the Content-Aware and Expand tools, Adobe has offered another look at what the sharing presets will look like in Photoshop CS6, as well as addressing requests from users in the Photoshop feedback forum.
To mark the 110th Birthday of the late landscape photographer Ansel Adams, Nik Software is offering 10 days of 10 percent discounts on all its web shop products. One of the world’s most famous photographers, Adams is known for his black-and-white images of the American West. Nik Software’s celebratory promotion runs 29 February 2012.
Note to readers: We chose not to publish the Westboro group’s offensive image. Instead, we decided to publish this nice picture of a kitten. However, if you would like to see the WBC’s example of bad Photoshop, then click here. A controversial US church group known for picketing high-profile events has allegedly used Photoshop tricks [...]
An awareness poster for diabetes distributed in New York by Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration has drawn criticism for using Photoshop to ‘amputate’ a model’s leg.