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Deal: Save 85% on the Adobe Ink & Slide iPad Drawing System

Deal: Save 85% on the Adobe Ink & Slide iPad Drawing System
Get an amazing deal on a great digital stylus for your iPad. Adobe’s Ink & Slide system gives you a pressure-sensitive stylus and a physical ruler for your sketches. Originally released for $200 (and reviewed here), you can grab one for the ridiculously low price of just $29.99 for a very limited time.

New Tech Automatically Removes Unwanted Objects from Photos: Auto Content Aware

New Tech Automatically Removes Unwanted Objects from Photos: Auto Content Aware
There are lots of photo apps and online services that can perform one-click enhancements. But these user-friendly shortcuts usually tweak a photo’s general quality, such as color or sharpness. Two Princeton University Computer Science students worked with Adobe Research to create a program that automatically detects and removes distracting elements from photos.
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25 Years of Adobe Photoshop

25 Years of Adobe Photoshop
If you can believe it, today marks the 25th anniversary of Adobe Photoshop. This photo retouching and enhancement application has been part of my daily routine for at least 20 of those years, so it’s definitely had its impact on my work and creative life.

Review: Adobe Ink and Slide: iPad Drawing Comes of Age

Review: Adobe Ink and Slide: iPad Drawing Comes of Age
When Adobe showed off its Project Mighty & Napoleon stylus and ruler concepts last year, I was excited, but not certain they’d ever become real products. I’ve been on a quest for a decent iPad stylus for years.

Adobe Voice iPad Video Creator Focuses on Storytelling

Adobe Voice iPad Video Creator Focuses on Storytelling
If you’d like to tell stories with a professional looking video, but don’t have the footage on hand, Adobe has a new app that you might want to check out. The app is called Adobe Voice and it is designed to make it easy to create animated presentations and stories.

PixelTone Photo Editing App Lets You Use Voice Commands: Photoshout

PixelTone Photo Editing App Lets You Use Voice Commands: Photoshout
Digital photo editing is one of the most valuable – and fun! – skills to have these days. But not all of us can easily learn the right mix of tools, filters, tweaks and whatnot to get the result we want.

Girl Likes Photoshop a Little Too Much, Gets It Tattooed on Her Arm

Girl Likes Photoshop a Little Too Much, Gets It Tattooed on Her Arm
Apparently some people really are into their computers. And when I say really, I mean really. Take, for instance, this one girl who decided to have the Adobe Photoshop toolbar tattooed onto her arm.

Alien Skin Exposure 4 Applies Analog Techniques to Digital Images

Alien Skin Exposure 4 Applies Analog Techniques to Digital Images
I recently had a chance to sit down and try out the latest version of Alien Skin’s Exposure plug-in, which lets you easily perform all kinds of traditional film and darkroom tricks with your digital images.

Photoshop 6: Pro Wrestling Edition

Photoshop 6: Pro Wrestling Edition
Drew Dernavich noticed that some of the tools and techniques in Adobe Photoshop are borderline violent – warp, flatten, slice – so he wasn’t that surprised with what he saw when he got his hands on an advance copy of Photoshop 6.

Adobe Introduces Subscription Plans For Creative Suite Programs

Adobe Introduces Subscription Plans For Creative Suite Programs
Adobe has just announced the latest update to their CS (Creative Suite) Package, CS 5.5. Along with the software enhancements, the company is also introducing subscription options for their programs, allowing people to rent programs such as Photoshop, InDesign and even whole collections for relatively low monthly rates.

Photoshop for iPad Concept …And You Thought Adobe Hated Apple

Photoshop for iPad Concept …And You Thought Adobe Hated Apple
Despite their much publicized argument regarding Flash, Adobe can’t just ignore the market share of still loves Apple, as shown by their recent presentation at Photoshop World 2011. Photography Bay uploaded a portion of Adobe’s demo of a conceptual iPad version of Photoshop that has support for layers.

Frash: Android Flash Ported to iPad: Could It Make Jailbreaking Worth It?

Frash: Android Flash Ported to iPad: Could It Make Jailbreaking Worth It?
The quest to bring Flash to Apple’s tablet continues, and we have yet another contender. A developer going by the name of Comex (who also made the iOS jailbreaking software Spirit) has ported the Android Flash runtime to the iPad.

How Apple Feels About Adobe

How Apple Feels About Adobe
Despite all the hurtful words that have been said between the two technology powerhouses, at the end of the day, I think the folks at Cupertino can still say this…

Photoshop Magnets Upgraded to Cs4, Just in Time for Cs5 to Come Out

Photoshop Magnets Upgraded to Cs4, Just in Time for Cs5 to Come Out
Meninos has released an updated version of the previously featured Photoshop magnets. No new functionality has been added. And there’s still no Windows version. Get a set of Photoshop CS4 Magnets at Meninos for only $25 (USD).

Oops: Upgrading Your Mac’S Os to Snow Leopard Downgrades Your Flash Player

Oops: Upgrading Your Mac’S Os to Snow Leopard Downgrades Your Flash Player
If you’ve upgraded to Apple’s much-hyped and well-received Snow Leopard, I recommend that you update your system’s Adobe Flash player – even if you already had the latest version prior to the installation. That’s because in the process of installing Snow Leopard, your current Flash player will be replaced by version 10.0.23.1.

Subscribe to Comfort With RSS Pillows

Subscribe to Comfort With RSS Pillows
It’s hard to hang out on these wide internets without appreciating kitschy ‘net-related gear, so of course this RSS pillow caught my eye. It looks nice and soft, and that icon is so homey and familiar that I almost wish I didn’t have a red sofa that would clash with this thing in an eye-shattering sort of way.
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