Category Archives: Adobe Photoshop

U.S. Route 66 – Update

I’ve just arrived back in the UK after a pretty hectic 19 day trip along US Route 66. My initial plans were to post a small selection of images each day along with a short description of events and places … Continue reading

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U.S. Route 66 – The Mother Road

Yesterday was the first day of my latest trip to the US. This trip in which we’ll be following, as best as possible, US Route 66. It will take me from Chicago, Illinois to Santa Monica beach in California. US … Continue reading

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Photoshop and Windows XP

Tom Hogarty via Adobe’s Blog pages has announced that future updates to Photoshop CS6  (13.0) will no longer support Windows XP. This is already the case for Windows Vista. Furthermore,  all future feature updates via the Creative Cloud will no … Continue reading

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George Jardine on Adobe Lightroom

I’ll be heading off on a photo trip to the US on Monday, and as I always do, I’ve just checked a few of my favourite websites for any new tutorials on Lightroom and Photoshop (the folk I travel with … Continue reading

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Adobe Photoshop CS6 – Color Management

I published my first essay on Photoshop Color Management back in the days of version 5. Back then ICC based color management was in its infancy and many Photoshop users needed all the help they could get to understand the … Continue reading

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