When Adobe first introduced the CC subscriptions, I was less than thrilled. I have always preferred to hand over money, and get a copy of software that I can keep indefinitely. I still have install CDs for early versions of Photoshop and Illustrator. Eventually I warmed up to the idea. $120 a year for Photoshop... Continue Reading →
Instagram 3.0 is available today for iOS. Adds some cool new features. Grab it before your friends do, so you can be the cool one.
Apple Software Updates
Aperture, Final Cut, iMovie, iPhoto and more...Fire up Software Update and check the Mac App Store updates tab to grab the latest. The Aperture/iPhoto library integration is interesting. I won't be switching back to Aperture from Lightroom, but it's definitely worth checking out. Related articles Apple releases updates for iPhoto and Aperture, unifies libraries... Continue Reading →
Lightroom 4.1 now available
Adobe Lightroom 4.1 is now available Processing of 16/24/32 bit HDR Tiff files generated by HDR Pro in Photoshop, along with other HDR software. There is a major difference from the RC2 version in that you now have ±10 stops of exposure. This can be useful for HDR Tiffs generated by Photomatix Pro. New lens... Continue Reading →
Introducing two new photo sizes and a new setting for Pro members
Cool upgrades to Flickr. I'm hoping for a redesign of the stream page.
Final Cut Pro X now available in the Mac App Store
Final Cut Pro X dropped today with a friendly $299 price tag. It's not the full suite that we're used to purchasing, but I actually like the ala-carte method better. Motion 5 and Compressor 4 are also available via the Mac App Store for $49 each. So for $400 you could be on your way... Continue Reading →