Links from the 6th week of 2019. Including pictures from the Superbowl, new mirrorless lenses from Canon, opening images as layers, and more.
Thought it be fun to do a blog post and look at all the apps and software I am currently using for my work. The 2017 State of the Apps address.
Adobe previews a new feature coming to Photoshop CC. A machine learning based “select subject” feature could change the way we make selections in Photoshop.
Another post about Photoshop CC 2018 features. The color & luminance masking features in Camera RAW really look to be the standouts and my personal favorites.
Adobe has released Photoshop CC 2018. What do I think about this year’s offering? Check out the post for some of the new features and some useful videos.
How to remove the annoying dynamiclinkmediaserver and Adobe folders that are automatically created inside of your Documents folder.
Photoshop Actions are a great way to speed up your workflow. In this post I test Sleeklens “Portrait Perfection Collection” of actions for Photoshop CC.
This morning I saw that the yearly updated to Photoshop CC 2017 is now available. Doesn’t look as impressive as last year’s offerings.
Quick Camera RAW tip about the interactive histogram, added to Photoshop CC in late 2014.
How and why you might want to open RAW images as smart objects in Adobe Photoshop.
Adobe Camera RAW finally has a new user interface that matches the rest of Photoshop and does not look so horribly out of date.