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Photoshop links

I know that there are plenty of people using Adobe Photoshop. Here comes the time for your list of links to resources that could be useful to you (and me), this time with a large representation of the excellent tutorials from Digital Photography School (but not only them). Smarter sharpening with the High Pass filter […]

All kinds of GIMP plug-ins, to improve your photos

I noticed recently a few links for Linux users (but not only, read on) who wish to reduce blur on their photos: Unshake is a free photo editing software written in Java that can remove blurs from your photos. It can be used on virtually any platform (Linux, PC, Mac, etc.) GIMP is the GNU/Linux-based […]

Photoshop links, as Christmas gifts


Let’s have some stocking stuffers in these festive times. Photoshop users should have the right to receive gifts before the set date of Christmas. Adobe Photoshop CS5: Smart-Radius detailliert (in deutscher Sprache) Encore un excellent tutoriel de Digital Photography School qui nous apprend à construire des images/illusions d’optique de type Droste : Droste ‘Frame in […]

Photoshop CS6: a preview of the alpha version

The future of Photoshop CS6 has been recently shown at MAX2010, the Adobe conference in Los Angeles. YouTube link I believe that the really impressive part of this technical demonstration is the set of automatisms which operate -essentially- by showing the machine an example of the result to reach rather than finding the right settings […]

A Soviet Photoshop


A little historical gem: Soviet Russia had found a way to automate the photo image retouching jobs before the invention of Photoshop but with the help of a rotary scanner. YouTube link

Photoshop links galore


For the all-new Photoshop CS5: Photoshop CS5 Content Aware Fill – Just how good is it? An Introduction to Focus Stacking with Adobe Photoshop CS4 Multiple Image Printing in Photoshop CS4 But also for those who stayed -for now- with an older Photoshop (like CS4 or CS3): How to Correct Perspective in Photoshop Photoshop Technique: […]

Photoshop links

A link roundup for Photoshop lovers and people who want to learn more about Adobe Photoshop. 15 Essential Tutorials For Photoshop Beginners 5 Secrets of the Photoshop Crop Tool Using Workspaces in Photoshop Photoshop CS3 – Adding a Neutral Density Gradient Filter How to Manipulate Colours in Photoshop using Fill Layers The Ultimate Guide To […]

A photographic workflow with Photoshop

Returning from Botswana, I started to publish a few of the good pictures I shot in May 2010 while on a photo safari trip. If you are interested, you will find these images on my personal web site and some of them on sale at RedBubble.com. New photos will keep appearing on a daily basis, […]

Five new features of CS5

Adobe just announced the new features of Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended. Don’t panic! These software programs will not be available before next month and for a price relatively normal at Adobe (read “relatively expensive”; See at the end of the article). What these new versions of Creative Suite (CS so CS5) […]

Photoshop CS5, tomorrow

Monday 12 April, Adobe will announce the features of its new Adobe Photoshop CS5. The most interesting will certainly be the “content-aware fill” that allows to fill empty parts of an image with adequate data without using the copy-paste or drawing tools. Many a photographer will be listening. But the actual product will only be […]


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