What a wonderful shot! So much to look at. Every single person is reacting to the same thing.
Photoshop doesn’t save History States parametrically. That is to say each history state is saved in RAM (or cached if RAM gets flooded) as a fully layered composite file. Next time you’re working on a really big file and your machine is starting to bog down, remember that. Then go change your History States prefs to a nice low number, like 5.
“The editor of Vogue has accused some of the world’s leading catwalk designers of pushing ever thinner models into fashion magazines despite widespread public concern over “size-zero” models and rising teenage anorexia.”
As long as the pendulum swings, I’ll have work.
Great googley-moogley! This is the niftiest thing I’ve seen all week. Canon-only so far.
From the site:
DSLR Camera Remote is the next-generation cable release for your Canon EOS DSLR camera. Just connect your camera to a WiFi enabled computer and the DSLR Camera Remote software enables you to use your Apple iPhone or iPod touch to wirelessly adjust cameras settings, fire the shutter, review images, even get a live viewfinder preview. DSLR Camera Remote is a must-have for remote shooting applications like high or low angles, self portraits and children. With its advanced timers it makes remote monitoring a snap. No internet connection required!
UPDATE: Now works with Nikon and the iPad!
Somebody is using an autotranslater to hilarious effect in this Photoshop resumé (tutorial?).
A few gems:
“… i inject some changes in Hue and Saturation value and sharpness of whimsy to display sediment.”
“Well, here are some instructions on how to grind your whimsy.”
“If you name one’s fiddle with on exaggerated sharpening then diet the impermeability of this layer.”
The whole thing wraps up with this common Photoshop technique:
“To smarmy in default the effect, apart out to Filter – Noise – Median and into a value of 3.”