Okay, it been a day since the launch of Adobe Lightroom CC (or 6 if you're going the purchase route rather than the subscription model). The first thing I noticed is that Adobe still ties LR to Photoshop with the official name being Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC (LR). I suppose the thinking is that LR is a subset of Adobe Photoshop CC. LR is the only product I can see that has the PS hook. I don't see Adobe Photoshop Illustrator CC. It's just Adobe Illustrator. Same with Premiere and the rest of their Creative Cloud offerings. My question would be "why"? LR is about as autonomous as you can get. It's a strict photographic entity. Why not cut it loose? But, that's about as nitpicking as you can get. The new LR is fantastic. Want to go through the highs and lows. Hit the "Read More". Read more!
I recently picked up a copy of Glyn Dewis’ new book titled “ThePhotoshop Workbook”.I’ve been a fan of
Glyn’s ever since Scott Kelby “discovered” him and started bringing him over to
“Photoshop World”.In the first chapter he
shows an image he made of a couple giraffes out on the savannah.I said to myself “self, we have a couple
images of giraffes from the Bronx Zoo”, hmmm.I thought I might be able to do a reasonable takeoff on his image.From his description it seemed he had a
fairly easy time extracting the animal from its original location.In the one I did, I didn’t have too much trouble,
but apparently more trouble the Glyn.Not a big deal, but it proved a point.I did want to make my image different enough from Glyn’s so no one would
thing I just filched his image.To find
out what I did and the differences between the two are, hit the “Read More”. Read more!
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