Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner

If you’re like most humans who have been around for more than a couple decades, you probably have a collection of old film negatives somewhere. And whether they’re fastidiously cataloged and protected in plastic sleeves, or tossed about in jumble of envelopes in a cardboard box, your negatives need a little help to make the […]

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Using 3D Tools in Photoshop CS6 Extended

If you have access to Photoshop CS6 Extended, either through the Creative Suite, stand alone product, or a Creative Cloud subscription, you have at your disposal the most powerful 3D tools ever offered in Photoshop. But if you’re new to working in 3D, the wealth of tools, panels, and options might be a bit overwhelming […]

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The Future of Print Is Everywhere

If you’ve ever said “print is dead”, check out the video below. You may never utter those words again. It shows the work of renowned designer Karim Rashid at the Heimtextil trade fair in Frankfurt earlier this month. Rashid designed the HP lounge area at the show and printed all his patterns on HP’s digital […]

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Podcast 187

ITUNES RSS FEED DOWNLOAD Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-187.mp3 (18.6 MB, 34:47 minutes) See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode. Or view the transcript of this podcast. Special episode with Anne-Marie and co-host James Fritz! News: Upcoming speaking gigs at Macworld, PEPCON, and Adobe MAX Solving Paragraph Composer Annoyances Fritz’s UberCool Business Card […]

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New Scripts Help to Speed Up Digital Publishing Suite Workflows

I have a love-hate relationship with multi state objects (MSOs). When all is said and done you can create some terrific effects for Digital Publishing Suite apps with them, but it’s getting to that done point that can carry quite a bit of drudgery with it. My biggest complaints is the inability to add an […]

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