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Boston Photoshop Superstar Tom Brady Joins the Bruins

  • Published on October 16, 2015
Boston Photoshop Superstar Tom Brady Joins the Bruins

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is showing off his Photoshop skills as he joins the Boston Bruins. While we haven’t seen him in any of our Photoshop classes in Boston, it looks like he is spending his time off the field having some fun while photoshopping images. Even if you aren't a Patriots or Brady fan, his recent Photoshop work that he shared is worth a laugh.

Best iMac for Photoshop

  • Published on October 15, 2015
Best iMac for Photoshop

Apple has released what may be the best iMac for Photoshop with a recent update to their line of iMac computers. This is good news if you are looking to get an iMac for Photoshop or any of the Creative Cloud apps.

Understanding Adobe Photoshop Versions

  • Published on October 9, 2015
Understanding Adobe Photoshop Versions

There are many different versions of Photoshop, and this guide helps you to understand which version is right for your needs. There are different versions of Photoshop for professional artists, casual photographers, graphic designers, and individuals who simply need to clean-up a selfie or other image captured on a mobile phone or tablet. Some Photoshop versions are free, while others require a monthly or annual subscription. The versions of Photoshop are listed below:

Adobe Photoshop for iOS and Android Updated

  • Published on October 8, 2015
Adobe Photoshop for iOS and Android Updated

Adobe systems has announced a new, updated version of Photoshop for iOS and Android that is available at no cost for any user that registers with Adobe. This latest version of the Photoshop app for mobile devices contains many capabilities that were previously only available in the full-featured, desktop version of the application and brings them to iPad, iPhone and Android users. The mobile version of the app is known by the name Photoshop Fix, while the full-featured desktop application for Mac and Windows computers is Photoshop CC, with the initials standing for Creative Cloud.

Photographing the supermoon this weekend

  • Published on September 27, 2015
Photographing the supermoon this weekend

Night photography can provide some exceptional images, even without needing to use Photoshop. This weekend there is a great reason to grab your camera and head outdoors to take some photographs, as the moon’s orbit will take it closer to the earth. The location of the moon so close to earth is often called a supermoon, but the larger moon isn’t happening on its own this weekend. On Sunday night there will also be a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs when the sun isn’t able to shine on the moon for part of the night because earth will temporarily pass between the sun and the moon.

Photoshop for the iPad brings first woman to Apple launch event

  • Published on September 11, 2015
Photoshop for the iPad brings first woman to Apple launch event

This week Apple held a launch event to introduce new iPads and iPhones. The new iPads contain more powerful processors. To show off the new capabilities, Apple invited Adobe to demonstrate a version of Photoshop running on the iPad.

Innovations in Photography continue in Boston

  • Published on August 21, 2015
Innovations in Photography continue in Boston

Just across the Charles River from Boston is the birthplace of modern instant photography, and recent inventions from MIT researchers are advancing digital photography in ways that will reduce the need for Photoshop work to correct under-exposed and over-exposed images.

A team of researchers at the MIT media lab in Cambridge, just across the river from Boston, have been developing the next generation of digital photography hardware and software to create images that will look better right off the camera, with minimal need for retouching.

Photoshop work celebrates 100 Years of National Parks

  • Published on July 22, 2015
Photoshop work celebrates 100 Years of National Parks

The National Park Service is being reimagined thanks to some fine Photoshop work by agency Grey New York. By using Photoshop to contrast and blend various parks, viewers of this print, outdoor, and digital campaign see the variety of parks, and rethink stereotypes of the national park service as they approach their centennial next year.

Photoshop helps bring Bloom County into 2015

  • Published on July 19, 2015
Photoshop helps bring Bloom County into 2015

The Pulitzer Prize winning cartoon Bloom County returned after a 25 year absence last week as it creator, cartoonist Berkeley Breathed, posted a picture on Facebook of himself using Photoshop and working on creating a cartoon. The picture shows Breathed working using Photoshop on a large iMac screen, drawing using a separate pen and tablet. In the picture, the interface shows a mostly empty set of boxes for the cartoon strip, with Bloom County 2015 written across the top.

Great Fireworks Pictures without Photoshop

  • Published on July 3, 2015
Great Fireworks Pictures without Photoshop

If you are in the U.S. for the Fourth of July you may see some great fireworks and want to capture them on film. You don’t need to be an expert photographer or a Photoshop expert to get great looking pictures of fireworks. We’ve assembled our annual set of guidelines for securing some fantastic pictures of fireworks that you’ll be proud to share with friends. These are useful whether you are photographing fireworks with a Digital SLR camera or the camera built into your smartphone.

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