>Photoshop CS4 Will Be 64-bit on Windows Only

>What does this mean for you as a Photoshop user? That working with large images on Windows Vista64 machines will be a lot faster. Don’t expect everything to be faster in 64-bit, though, as Photoshop architect Scott Byers wrote in 2006. So why won’t the OS X version of Photoshop CS4 be 64-bit when the […]

>How to Optimize Photoshop for Giant Images

>The inside story on how to get maximum performance from Photoshop when working on very large files, courtesy of Scott Byer from the Photoshop team. You’ll want to look at the PDF in Adobe Acrobat, since OS X’s Preview app won’t render the text correctly. Conspiracy? Another tip is to check out Russel Brown’s scripts […]

>How to Remove Speckles and Dust in Scanned Images using Photoshop

>Here’s a quick tip I discovered today while cleaning up a lot of scanned images. It’s a 30 second video tutorial on how to find dirt, dust and scratches that’s hard to find when you’re trying to remove the background. How to Remove Speckles and Dust in Scanned Images using Photoshop (opens in a new […]

>Search and Place 3D models into Photoshop CS3 Extended

>Here’s a cool, free beta plugin that will let you search, preview and download 3D models from Google’s 3D Warehouse, directly from within Photoshop CS3 Extended. I haven’t tried it yet, but I see this being really useful for quick news graphics. Sorry for not having a screenshot to publish, but I haven’t had time […]

>The Best Graphics Training Available Enters Term 4

>If you only give yourself one thing this year, here’s my advice: sign up for the new term of fxphd, the highest-level graphics training available online. Term 4 is just about to start (even though you can sign up later) with a bunch of interesting classes lined up. Not only do you get great classes, […]

>Photoshop CS3 will open Videos and 3D Models

>Adobe just announced that the CS3 version of Photoshop will be made available in two flavors, Photoshop CS3 and Photoshop CS3 Extended. The public beta that’s is available for free download is the regular version, so the extended features aren’t made public yet. No much info has been released, but the brief chart states that […]

>Premiere is Back on the Mac

>Adobe is giving Apple a run for its NLE-money when it will bring Premiere Pro as part of the next version of the Production Studio Bundle, which was previously only available for Windows. There’s no mention of any new features in the official press release, but the next version of the bundle will be available […]

>Photoshop CS3 Public Beta Now Available for Download

>Within the next 24 hours the public beta of Photoshop CS3 will be posted to Adobe Labs.All you need to run it is a valid serial number for Photoshop CS2. More links: Photoshop CS3 forums Photoshop Product Manager John Nack’s blog with links to videos and tips Photoshop CS3 Beta One-on-One Preview with Deke McClelland […]

>Photoshop 9.0.2 Available

>The updates for Photoshop CS2 9.0 and 9.0.1 became available via Adobe Updater today. You can’t download them via the web yet, so get them from within Photoshop via Help -> Updates… Here’s the main fixes (from the read me files.) Windows XP:- Menus now respond correctly after a single click.- Undo/Redo work properly when […]

>Create Your Own Photoshop Filters

>For a hobby-scripter as myself, FilterForge seems like a great resource for creating not only seemlesly tiling textures, but it will output normal maps, bump maps and other types of useful textures for 3D creation. And it’s node-based, supports 32-bit and HDRI and is totally procedural, meaning it can render to any resolution you want. […]

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