Wowser – Photoshop World is still as crazy as ever and it certainly started with a bang! Today [wednesday Vegas time] kicked off with the keynote speech, which aimed to get all Photoshoppers in the mood.
You may have noticed that a banner has appeared on the site, advertising custom frames and mounts from pro-framer. That’s because we’ve teamed up with the company to offer you a professional framing service! Just click on the banner to be whisked off to a special site where you can either order a frame or use the ‘Studio’ to go for a more tailored fit. The Studio allows you to upload the image you want to frame, meaning that you can instantly see how each frame or mount will look. …
Imagine Publishing’s camera comparison website receives improved functionality and a whole new look
Digicambuyer.co.uk, the website of Digital Camera Essentials magazine,has received a dramatic redesign to allow for quicker and easier access as well as a powerful, simple-to-use search and comparison engine.
With hundreds of reviews to call on from the pages of Digital Camera Essentials, which is approaching its 90th issue, Digicambuyer.co.uk aims to present the consumer with the best possible advice on their next digital camera purchase, as well as giving direct links to trusted retail websites via Pricegrabber. Up …
Check out this amazing offer for all Photoshop Creative readers and website users.
Anthropics Technology is offering a special 10% discount on Portrait Professional v9, especially for Photoshop Creative readers and gallery users. Head online to www.portraitprofessional.com, where you can make a purchase and use the following code to receive the discount: PK785 for the UK version, PSU89 for the US version. Offer is open until 30 January 2010.
Portrait Professional Studio v9 is an incredible program which enables you to retouch your portraits quickly and easily and produce stunning results. We’ve …
Want to know what will be in Photoshop CS5? …then check out our latest podcast with Russel Williams. He’s the Co-Photoshop Architect, which means he makes important decisions about the features and functions that go into our beloved software.
We’ve had the pleasure of chatting to one of Photoshop’s most crucial boffins this month, in the form of Co-Photoshop Architect, Russell Williams. This rather impressive title means that Russell plays a pivotal role in what features and functions appear in each new version of Photoshop.
Be sure to check out the free podcast that goes live on this site next week to find out all about his job and whether he’ll spill the beans on what will be in Photoshop CS5… Our staff writer, Simon Skellon does his very best …
If you guys haven’t got your hands on our special glittery Issue 50 yet, get down to your local store right away. Inside you will find the most amazing competition ever! We’ve compiled a ‘Where’s Wally / Waldo’-style competition, where you have to spot a hidden character. All you need to do is give use the correct grid reference for your chance to win.
Happy birthday to us, happy birthday to us, happy birthday Photoshop Creative, happy birthday to us!
Is that a big big-headed to sing happy birthday to yourself? Probably. But we don’t care because we’ve reached our 50th issue and feel very proud and honoured indeed. Thank you all so much for your support of the magazine. We believe we have some of the most loyal, lovely readers in the world and it’s been fabulous working for you all to bring you lots of Photoshop goodness.
For those who haven’t popped to the …
Don’t forget to listen to the latest podcast interview available now! We caught up with the lovely Scott Kelby to find out more about his hectic Photoshop lifestyle and reveal more about the man behind the biggest Photoshop organisation in the world.
Check it out for free here: http://www.photoshopdaily.co.uk/news/podcast-interview-with-scott-kelby/