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  1. Adobe CS4 Reviews

    Adobe CS4 is out! It caught me on the hop a bit, I wasn't expecting it until November. Anyway, I managed to download the Master Collection, play with it for a day and then scribble down my initial thoughts in this review. I've also done a slightly more in-depth review of Premiere Pro CS4. Hopefully I'll be able to expand and add more reviews over the next month or so.
  2. Adobe CS4 Coming Soon

    Adobe is set to announce the latest version of their productivity suite, CS4, on 23rd September 2008. You can be among the first in the world to see the new features during a web broadcast the same day. Sign up here:
  3. New research: Using photos to enhance videos

    I came across an interesting research project this morning from the University of Washington. It's a system for using one or more photographs to enhance video of the same scene.

    According to the site, "Enhancements include the transfer of photographic qualities such as high resolution, high dynamic range, and better exposure from photographs to video. The video can also be edited in a variety of ways (e.g. object touchup, object removal) by simply editing a few photographs or video ...
    Video , Photography
  4. Landscape Photography

    Guest post by Vickie Mathews

    Getting Technical:

    The best approach to landscape photography is to ensure the largest possibly amount of your scene is in focus. In order to achieve this you will need to adjust your camera to a small aperture setting (larger number) to increase your shot’s depth. However this will mean a smaller portion of light will be hitting your image sensor, so you will need to compensate by increasing your camera’s ISO or ...
  5. Intro into the World of Freelance Photography

    Guest post by Vickie Mathews

    What you will need: Time, place, lighting, and a camera (of course!)

    So you want to be a freelance photographer? Keep in mind the road to any vision is never easy. It takes time, hard work, and some initial investment. (I will try to help you keep that at a minimum.)

    Rule number one: Think small, anything and everything great always needs a basic foundation, or starting point as you like, in which ...
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