Adobe is planning to unleash another version of Photoshop in the form of Adobe Photoshop CS6 on us. It’s an industry-standard program, but at almost $900, that’s more than quite a few DSLRs and some great lenses. There’s no denying that it’s the best imaging editing program out there, but the price only really makes … Read moreFree Photo Editors
Adobe just unveiled the beta version of Photoshop CS6. Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta with redesigned User Interface and Sixty five new features. You can download it free from Adobe labs and try it yourself. The beta is fully functional and will work until the final release comes out. It also works alongside any version of … Read moreAdobe Photoshop CS6 Beta
As promised in my last blog I am showing you how I converted the image sequence into the video. When I took the photos of that Oriental magpie Robin I was not planning to do the image sequence. Ideally a tripod mounted stationary camera would have been excellent for such an image sequence. If you … Read moreImage Sequence Video Tutorial
Today (30th April) Adobe released Photoshop CS5 Trial. I grabbed copy early and wanted to try the new features. here is a quick take on HDR Pro feature of Photoshop CS5. Among all the new features CS5 boasts HDR Pro is one of the most hyped. Till now we needed to go to 3rd party … Read moreHDR Pro in Adobe Photoshop CS5 a short Preview.
This panorama of Oleander Hawk-moth is by using 5 macro photos. In this tutorial I will use Adobe Photoshop CS4 which has greatly improved panorama tools, to produce this macro panorama. This version makes stitching odd photos so much easier than any other program I know of. If you notice these photos are not sequential … Read moreMacro Stitching a Moth
After trying out the Auto-Blending in Photoshop CS4 I wanted to compare this method with my other favorite focus stacking software CombineZ. There are quite a few tutorials out there on usage of the CombineZ. I highly recommend the great tutorial from Brian at Digital grin. Brian is one of the greatest Macro specialist I … Read moreFocus Stacking Using CombineZ