by, posted Apr 29, 2009 at 12:41AM
As I've mentioned, CS4 Camera RAW 5.2 gives you some additional Camera "Profiles" in the Calibration tab. Still in beta, Adobe has the DNG Profles Editor which lets you take a DNG file, presumably converted from a native RAW file format, and make very specific adjustments to how it is rendered.
Tags: DNG, Camera RAW, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe, Profile Editor
by, posted Apr 28, 2009 at 1:27AM
Here are three black & white images derived from a single Adobe RGB color file. Each monochrome shot was created using a different b/w conversion method.
Tags: Channel Mixer, B%W, Black & White Conversion, Camera RAW, Smart Objects
by, posted Apr 28, 2009 at 12:19AM
TinEye lets you search your online images and see where they're showing up... (whether they have your permission or not!)
Tags: Image Search, Copyright
by, posted Apr 27, 2009 at 11:53PM
Well, here's an answer to a question on Luminous Landscape that I've been asked a lot, and frankly, just didn't know the answer to.
Tags: Adobe Photoshop, CS4
by, posted Apr 27, 2009 at 12:04AM
Baryta papers, harkening back to some of the glorious silver papers of the darkroom days, have very recently joined the inkjet printing arsenal. It’s big news.
Tags: inkjet papers, inkjet printing, Baryta
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