Posts tagged "Noteworthy"

While it’s still a teaser at the moment, John Nack (Senior Product Manager for Photoshop) has confirmed the development of Photoshop Express. It’s a free online photo editor that’s not meant to replace Adobe’s current offerings, but “make Adobe imaging technology immediately accessible way to large numbers of people.”

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It is proven that by using software shortcuts can boost up productivity. Here are 30 secret Photoshop shortcuts that I ’ve learned from years of experience. Well, what I mean by “secret” is that these shortcuts are not documented in the menus. Bet you don’t know them all!

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This tutorial is about making a “mac” style background. You can use these in all sorts of situations, including the obvious – your desktop as well as part of your designs or for corporate work (powerpoint presentations, flash work etc).

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The Adobe Flash Player is a multimedia application created by Macromedia (now a division of Adobe Systems). If you ’re reading this website, you probably know all of this. What you might not know is that Flash sucks. It is the bane of the Internet, and it needs to go away.

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From the great people who brought us Brusheezy, comes its nice vector counterpart: Vecteezy. If you’re looking for some great vector artwork to get you going on your projects, this site seems like the place to start.

Each piece has individual rights attached to them which can be seen when you click on a thumbnail. Each file that is linked is linked to either a .eps for .ai file which is compatible with almost all vector editing tools. Those of you who live all day in Illustrator, Fireworks, or Flash should definitely check this out.

Can a Path turned into a Shape Layer in Photoshop?. When button icons get moved around from version to version, it can mess with you, that’s for sure. (Via Veerle’s blog.)

Ben Ochoa of Total Training wrote to me a while back to let me know that Total Training is going online. Total Training Online offers the following:

* Premium quality, in-depth videos, produced in high definition
* Online access to Adobe and Microsoft software training 24/7 
* Extraordinary, beautiful interface packed with features

You can learn more about Total Training Online and get a free 2-day guest pass by going here.

Adobe releases Lightroom 1.1 update Includes the latest version of Camera Raw along with several bug fixes. (Via MacMinute.)