Between the excitement of Adobe’s Create Now event, the announcement of the addition of full-length Photoshop Classes on the NAPP member site, and the new Creative Cloud no-version-required discount from Adobe, there’s never been a better time to be a NAPP member. So, we thought it was high-time we cranked up the cameras, warmed up…Read More →
Got an iPad? Try the Best of Light It
If you haven’t had a chance to try it yet, we’ve created special “Best of 2012” issue of our iPad magazine Light It: The How-To Magazine for Studio Lighting and Off-Camera Flash. You can download the app and free issue at http://kel.by/LightItApp, and be sure to look in the archives for the first issue, which is…Read More →
Create a Photo Book Using Blurb!
Watch me go through the process of creating a photo book using Blurb.com. While there are many photo book makers out there this one has an easy user interface so you know exactly what you are going to get. Plus it is a lot of fun! Check it out! Also check out the discount you…Read More →
Move Over Instagram, Aliens Have Landed!
Can’t get enough of sharing pictures of your lunch, your feet, or an interesting cloud formation from your iPhone but getting tired of the same filters with names like “Kelvin” and “Sutro?” Then, check out Alt Photo for the iPhone from Alien Skin. Alt Photo does what most cell phone picture-takers/sharers seem to want these…Read More →
Create Now with Adobe Creative Cloud
Yesterday, Adobe held a special live event to unveil everything that’s new in the world of its Creative Cloud service. In addition to all the new features, Scott Kelby was on hand to discuss his involvement as a Creative Cloud Training Partner and give a little preview of what you can expect to see. You…Read More →
Question of the Month By Peter Bauer
Q: A client sent me a scan of a letter that’s very faded and discolored. How can I make the paper appear white and the text appear black?
A: Open Levels or Curves (either one). Click with the left eyedropper on a bit of text that you want to be black, click with the right eyedropper on the background area that you want to be white. (The middle eyedropper is used to remove a color cast in an image – click it on something in the image that should be gray.)
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