Written by T. Michael Testi
Adobe announced today that their Adobe Photoshop Express Public Beta is now available for anyone who wants to store, sort, and show off their digital photos. Available also is the ability to fix and manipulate them as well.
During the public beta period, Adobe will be soliciting use feedback on product features and functionality. Photoshop Express has taken much of Adobe's image editing technology and made it simple, and accessible to an online audience. Users will be able to store 2 GB of images online for free.
Check out Adobe Photoshop Express Public Beta for free.
onOne Software has announced their FocalPoint 1.0 plug-in which gives the ability to selectively focus areas of an image after capture. Up till now, photographers had to handle this in the field by using a large aperture and a narrow depth of field. I will be reviewing FocalPoint 1.0 soon.
- Collection of vintage logos from a mid-70's edition of the book World of Logotypes can now be seen on flickr.
- If you have been following Moose Peterson and the Moab Digital Landscape Workshop Series (DLWS) they have been out in Arches National Park in Moab UT. where they finished up yesterday, but you should check out the images on Moose Petersons Blog site. They are stunning to say the least.