An advertising watchdog group in Britain has banned two overly retouched L'Oreal ads featuring the actress and model, claiming that the digitally altered images are misleading, the Daily Mail reported. The Advertising Standards Authority in the U.K. … [Read more...] about Hallelujah! It’s About time!
NAPP, the National Association of Photoshop Professionals has been around for quite some time now. Its founder Scott Kelby and his cohorts, Matt Klaskowski, Dave Cross, and others publish a very fine magazine, Photoshop user, and offer online content … [Read more...] about A Resource For Photographers
See the November 2014 addendum at the end if your version is missing this feature Photoshop has many tricks, but automatically adjusting for the actual screen ppi (pixels per inch) to display accurate print dimensions is not one of them. … [Read more...] about Photoshop View Accurate Print Size
This is part 2 of a 2-part series on publishing magazines at MagCloud. If you have not read part 1 please review that first, and review the recommended post before continuing. See the updated soft-proof profile post before proceeding. … [Read more...] about Smart Publishing with MagCloud Part 2
This is going to be a two-part series. Before getting into the second part, I strongly recommend that you read and study my Printing Workflow presentation as it details how to accomplish some of the steps in reasonable detail. Although there are a … [Read more...] about Smart Publishing with MagCloud Part 1
X-Rite Passport ColorChecker has been helping me for a while now and I am very pleased with its performance as a color managed workflow tool. I use it indoor or outside shoots and can quickly balance the white value and apply a calibrated camera … [Read more...] about A New Use for X-Rite Passport ColorChecker
Digital photography has many more user-controllable variables compared to the film. A good understanding of the variables and how to make the critical choices will reward the photographer. I used this slide presentation for a presentation I made at … [Read more...] about From “Scene” to “Seen”