LR Killer Tips: Making Sure All Your Lightroom Photos Have Your Copyright Info Embedded.
AE Scripts/Plugins: Tickler.
Could be very handy when you don’t have time/budget to do a full-on animation.
SLYT: Lightroom Workflow - A Super Easy Way to Keyword.
Nice tip. Spray your keywords.
c|net: Photoshop’s new camera support suggests Lightroom update.
There may be some big changes coming. Read it, and keep your eyes and ears open.
Adobe: An Update - Creative Cloud and Support for Mac OS X.
For full function after the next update, you must have 10.9 or better.
500px ISO: Watch Eight Photoshop Masters Try to Use Photoshop 1.0.
What they miss ... besides skilled work with channels ... is that PS 1.0’s “Save as ...” allowed us to move art from better creative programs to other creative programs, on other platforms. The market wasn’t a one-stop-shop as it is today. PixelPaint 8, for instance. Rio (on Targa/Vista/NuVista systems). Macromedia Director. My beloved TVL. And more. We’d use the early macro programs [Quickeys or earlier software] on top of the early PSs to do the channel work to create nice drop shadows quickly.
c|net: Fantastic Adobe video spotlights 25 years of Photoshop artistry.
Photoshop was my saviour, as I’ve expressed many times. Not many of us can still claim that we learned to do drop shadows in channels, because layers didn’t exist.
Tangent, slight: There were many graphics software packages before PS. I see a bundle of news articles today missing this fact. I used to use Rio on Vista and NU-Vista graphics boards in PCs. Rio was *very* powerful, more powerful than the first Photoshops. PS didn’t do true 32 bit graphics for many years. But it was a tres handy Swiss Army knife for converting TGAs to other formats. I could quickly get Mac and PC formats into TGAs for my video system in less than fourteen steps ... and for that, I’ll be eternally grateful.
CreativeMarket: The Best Tricks to Reduce Photoshop File Size.
A solid color layer on top of all other layers? “Photoshop’s high quality file previews are surprisingly weighty, so simplifying them as much as possible saves you tons of space on huge files.” Learn something new every day.
Lightroom Killer Tips: A Quick (but very powerful) Adjustment Brush Tip.
Lightroom Killer Tips: 7 Really Useful Lightroom Shortcuts.
And they are. Really useful.
Bittbox/Photoshop 101: True Black (CMYK).
Later, important: Read the comments here, and on the article.
BittBox: Make a Dotted Line in Photoshop.
Omigod. Why didn’t I think of that?
Lightroom Killer Tips: Getting Better Results From Lightroom’s Spot Removal Tool.
Didn’t know this one. If it doesn’t choose right the first time, I usually move the sample spot manually. Trying this soon.
The Verge: Adobe’s got Photoshop running in Chrome.
AppleInsider: Adobe announces Lightroom 5.7 with new Aperture and iPhoto importer tool.
That, and a slew of other CC updates.
Adobe Blogs: Photoshop & Mac OSX 10.10 (Yosemite).
To date, no issues reported. Good to know.
The Digital Reader: Adobe is Spying on Users, Collecting Data on Their eBook Libraries.
“Adobe isn’t just tracking what users are doing in DE4; this app was also scanning my computer, gathering the metadata from all of the ebooks sitting on my hard disk, and uploading that data to Adobe’s servers. In. Plain. Text.”
Later: It seems Ars Technica has confirmed most of this.
Behance Blog: Adobe Sketch - Natural drawing tools, seamlessly integrated with Behance.
Don’t know if I’d necessarily want to insta-post drawings. Nice to have the feature, though, I’m sure.
Updates to Creative Cloud this morning.
Between Apple and Adobe, I’m wondering when we hit the point where they’re applying so many updates that we cannot be social anymore, for eating up all the bandwidth. We need bigger ‘pipes’.
Adobe: Creative Cloud desktop applications and Mac OS X “Yosemite”.
Photoshop Insider/Kelby: My First Studio Shoot Using Lightroom Mobile.
Of interest to fellow Lightroom users.
Adobe Help: CC Cleaner Tools.
Bookmarked, Evernoted, in case I ever need them. You too, perhaps.
Apple Insider: Apple’s ‘Photos’ for OS X to come with pro-level image search, editing, plugins, more
“As for current Aperture users, Apple said it will roll out a final update to bring compatibility with OS X Yosemite, but there are no plans to continue software development beyond that point. [snip] Interestingly, Apple also mentioned it is concurrently working on a transitionary workflow from Aperture to Adobe’s Lightroom, suggesting Photos may not fit the needs of photography professionals.” My italic emphasis.
Lightroom Killer Tips: 10 Things Aperture Users Need to Know About Lightroom.
For those of you still on Aperture.
Julieanne Kost’s Blog: Lightroom Mobile Presets.
Some of the presets are different than those in the Desktop app; this article has a link for download of those presets.