36 Burst results for "Photoshop"

Fresh update on "photoshop" discussed on Charlie Parker

Charlie Parker

00:49 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "photoshop" discussed on Charlie Parker

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How Does Social Media Relate to Body Dysmorphia and Plastic Surgery

Keeping it Re.al

02:34 min | Last month

How Does Social Media Relate to Body Dysmorphia and Plastic Surgery

"Body via certainly not a new problem. It's being affecting men women everything in between for a long long time bit. Obviously the advent of things like social media and photoshop have soared unrealistic unachievable bodies are being flooded into consciousness most of the day every day. What role do you think. Plastic surgery plays into that good question. Maas pins on is probably slightly different. You alluded to the social media aspect and this is certainly an aspect of of aspirational bodies and appearances. Which the connections. Probably the the biggest example and i mean the. The joke of the whole thing is that your recently. It's all come out that a lot of that is actually fake. I think the role of social media and that is actually can be quite a positive one. And that's the way i wave always used social media to educate people and explain things and to craig realistic expectations and create a community whereby table can ask questions off previous patient for me. Social media has actually had the reverse effect on practice. It's made it easier because a lot of these patients are much better educated and so they come to a consultation not with unrealistic expectations but realistic expectations and a great knowledge of of what is available deadly into our podcast of watch their lives of fall. It is on social media. They've spoken there now. Group the followed previous patients previous patients. Give them advice and so they come in and they'll tell me what i'm gonna tell them they'll come in and they'll say i know you're gonna say i've got to lose ten kilos on i i would. I would totally agree. And i think patients that have true body. Small here is something that so it's not that we bang blind to it. I think it's it really is very very rare and i would say probably widely than one percent of patients that i would say so moist one or two patients a year that would come in with really unrealistic expectations. And sometimes it's not actually bodies dismore via that. They want to have the perfect appearance. It's maybe they don't have a true vision of where they're starting from. So they they come in and they show me a photo of. This is what i want to look like afterwards but it's an impossible expectations

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Chinese Government Tries Passing a Photoshop Image of Spy Dong Jingwei

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | Last month

Chinese Government Tries Passing a Photoshop Image of Spy Dong Jingwei

"I mean, there's an easy way China is trying to refute the story and knock it down, saying no, no done. Jingwei didn't defect to the United States. He's here in China. And I said, You know, the best way to determine if he's in China is to do a simple proof of life video. I don't know have done Jingwei hold the newspaper up from the headline. I mean, seriously, there's 1000 ways to authenticated that he's in China. They haven't been able to do so until now. Or maybe not. You know the best stories are the ones that leave you with unclear answers. That's why I love this story because it's so Every time you think you've got something another angle turns up so new story in the son John Rogers, June 24 2021. Mystery is Chinese Spy Master Dang Jingwei quote reappears amid rumors he fled to the US with the Wuhan lab secrets. Supposedly has the story about how coronavirus started to I believe it leaked out of a bioweapons lead. So they have this picture that appeared the Chinese government said. Hey, here's a picture of dungeon way. So, folks, you're probably thinking all right. Case closed. There's the picture from the piece. This guy Solomon, you You've seen this picture. It was taken June 23rd, which again would indicate Dong is in China. He's not here, right? This guy Solomon Music co founder of the RNC Republican National Conservative Caucus, he says known is on a Twitter post, he said. That pictures photo shop. He sent a Twitter message that the D A. R D a obviously still has done Jingwei in its protective custody, and he's singing to celebrate the chat and, you know, singing, giving them secrets. Obviously. To celebrate the ccps 100th birthday. This picture is photo shop now. I was told that I

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Media Can't Discredit Jennifer Van Laar if the Chinese Government Can't Prove They Have Dong Jingwei

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last month

Media Can't Discredit Jennifer Van Laar if the Chinese Government Can't Prove They Have Dong Jingwei

"It is very easy Jennifer to prove bona fide he's here. If the Chinese government has damaging way, then just put out a video and the people trying to discredit you. It's hilarious. They're putting out these pieces. Like one of them. I see a Newsweek which really isn't trying to discredit but wrote a piece they say Hey, listen, um, the Chinese Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission said Don Jingwei gave a speech Friday in China, but they wouldn't say we're the talk took place. Hilariously. This is great. They didn't include a picture of him or other parties. Depends. I mean, if this is a really lame effort, if you're going to prove bona fide, is, is it not Live very lame. And that same author? I just read that piece before we came on the air said that this put those rumors to rest. Okay, Right? I mean, how hard would this be to do? All you'd have to do is what they have the guy doing. Hello, Video on Twitter Man. It's not hard like it would be picked up tomorrow morning. And given the sophistication of their intelligence operation, I find it hard to believe that they can't figure out a way. To locate this guy. I mean, it's only the world's largest surveillance state. That doesn't make any sense. I'm sure it doesn't make any sense to you either. No. I mean, I would have at least expected a really bad Photoshop by now, Like with him holding up are sitting at a computer with my story in front of it. You know, I'm sure they have Photoshop capabilities, right? Someone who looks like him, Eddie. I mean, it's really try to fake it. I mean, like you said, this is almost, you know, semi confirmation of your sources account of events that the Chinese government like no, no, no worries. Jennifer. He's here. Well, where is he? We don't know. He gave a speech somewhere. We don't know We haven't. We haven't pinpointed the location. Do you have a picture? No. No pictures, either. It was just a speech on something somewhere about something. No photos, no evidence. What's there? I mean, it's It's really insane to think about it that way. But I don't think they've done a good job at this

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Supercharge Your Editing App

The Digital Story

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Supercharge Your Editing App

"So i think most of us that work with photo management apps are familiar with plug ins many of us probably have plug ins that. We're using right now so on one sense you're just going okay. Plug in a big deal right. Well not exactly exactly so. I've talked about a number plug over the years. Raw power lumine are pixel mater. And they're all very good. And i'm a big fan right now. Raw power of for my infrared work. I just love it. It keeps getting better. However what i want to talk about today is on one effects. Twenty twenty one. Now i have been looking to get on one into this family plug ins that. I recommend for some time. And i've always hit some sort of bump in the road while testing this time and i've been using this plugin now for about six weeks. This time not only did pass all the tests. It has exceeded my expectations. And i'm just going. Yes i finally i get to talk about on one as a legitimate plug in for just about anyone's workflow. And what do i mean by that. Well first of all it works on both windows and mac. Okay so yeah. There's a great start you can plug it in to check out this list. Lightroom photoshop capture one pro. Yes i said. Capture would pro photos for mac. Os paint shop pro in affinity photo. Plus you can use it as a standalone application as well so now there's practically no one in our audience that can't use this plug in with their existing workflow practically no and i'm sure someone's got some interesting stuff going on outside of this window but for the most part i think we're in pretty good shape

"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

07:27 min | 3 months ago

"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"I don't care for the workflow the bridge. Photoshop workflow the workflow in photoshop. It's horrible. I just i prefer to print from from lightroom. So it's going to win from there. It's gonna win from just ease of use ease of moving around between folders and collections. In all those things for me late room wins in that aspect and then lightroom wins in Sharing so i finished photo. Shoot a dropped some photos into collection. I right click on it. And i say share and now that collections on my phone and that collections on my tablet that collections. On any computer. I want to log into my account and and let alone bridge. Nobody's got that workflow like there's not a competitor out there to light room that that is even bridge that is even stepped into the space of being able to to do that. So those are the big things. If you're just looking at photos you know you shoot once in a while. You bring a folder of photos on there. I mean heck is birds sometimes for like you know if i just went on a quick shoot and i really wanna do much with it. Like i'm gonna photograph my kids some prom pictures tomorrow. Not going to bring them in my lightroom catalog like just have a few pictures Open up bridge double. Click the folder. Just be done with it in those photos. Go off on a hard drive somewhere opposite from by the photography that i like to work on. You know it's it's a great workflow if it works for you if you're looking at it kind of like The the bridge or bridge is kind of like finder or windows. Explorer for images rights at that level is one of you real quick. I want you know maybe do a simple editor something to it but nothing serious and it's transient so. I don't need it to be cataloging keyword and all that so yeah okay see. I would say though that the when you ask matt whether lighten bridges better. That's like asking a gourmet chef. Do you like using these thousand dollar pots and pans. Or could this cast iron one thrice steak and i use bridge and because i use it so much. It's just as easy to use in fact probably easier than light room for me. So i think it really comes down to what what you use. I would agree. There's no question that lightroom is better at quite a few things like printing. But i guess it also for me it's been. I always use bridge in camera. Because that's all there was before light even existed. And when i first saw light room i was like okay but for me i think it also comes down to the type of photography you do whether it could still be a professional but for example i work with a lot of people who do almost exclusively compositing so they don't take a thousand photos of of their model they take so the a big advantage of light room of going through so many photos so quickly kind of goes away. Because we're doing a smaller volume in bridge and then all the you know the same kind of idea if you wanna do global adjusting you can okay. It takes an extra right click but it's still possible. So yeah. I'm i've been the the lone wolf in the bridge supporter world for many years on. Continue to do so. I would be the first to say yeah. There's lots of places where lightroom has advantages but there's also bridge continues to improve where some of the things that for years people have said lighter was better than bridge. I'm like Not as much as it used to be s. Yeah that's yeah. That's the gist of it. Yeah it seems like bridges. It used to be just a no brainer decision. Light rooms designed for photographers by photographers. And just go to town with it and bridges kind of just a file explorer for all of the creative cloud apps and non non denominational right and now other coming. The other part of it is the question of. Can i do everything in light room. Or am i gonna use. photoshop again. Depends on the kind of work. Because i do so much compositing. I know that a great deal of time. I'm going to end up in photoshop so because of that. It's just as easy for me to use bridging photoshop than to use light room photoshop just because of the interaction between them. I'm certainly could use for that purpose. But for me. The whole delta's though the you know dave what are the deltas between the two the main things that key wording is just the printing thing printing big one because if you have an image then bridge bridges definitely more could be thought of more as a browser so it can't you can't adjust a photograph in bridge. You jump into camera raw and once you've adjusted that you can apply that to multiple photographs but it's not the same as lightroom so it's mostly browsing which means if you want to do things like print or apply filter or composite things together. Then you bring those files into photoshop to do that all right so this is this. Is the perfect match. Each one of you have a young pedal on learner coming to you that wants to learn about photoshop and light rain or just photography and they wanna use adobe products should they go the bridge route dame or did they just skip it and go directly to light room at like which. How would you guys Guy this little person. So i would. I'd be the first to say in a case like fat. And i've said this to people when i've actually had that question is light room would be a better place because now you're learning one tool and if you need to use photoshop it's there and then down the road once you're more experienced you may rethink that but certainly pull rob processing. If they're coming in. Light room versus photoshop question but a bridge versus light. Rain question should they. Should they embrace the bridge the bridge To photoshop workflow or the light room to photoshop workflow as a new brand new blank. Slate the the light room direction is probably a good one for someone this brand new because one place they can do the organizing the key word and everything else not to say. That bridge can't but it's just they can feel like with one tool. I can do a good portion of what i wanna do. If they need to jump into photoshop they have that ability. I mean bridge. I like it. Because i use all the adobe tools and as you said it's it is the bridge between all of those tools so i can view my illustrator files on my pdf's and everything else all in one place and then go to the different applications but are strictly photography standpoint. It's probably a little different. Yeah yeah so good matt. I'm sure you agree with that right. Start starting light room and and use the light room. Photoshop went to punch. Yeah i mean it's light rooms one program to learn some people when you get into photography. Don't need photoshop right away or don't wanna put the learning curve time into learning it so one place to do it all which is kind of nice way to start so we should should people that said this. Is i know the answer to this question. I'm gonna ask it anyway. But photoshop can do everything you know at least pixel.

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"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Topics and having having done the light room one. Sorry the photoshop one. I'd i live much more in the photoshop world than in the world so i knew that i needed to knock on someone's door that was much more tied into the light room planet so i called on matt because i knew that not only is he one of if not one of the top instructors in the world. He also knows people it more than i do. So that's why. I called on him to say i need your help with both fighting instructors but also putting together kind of the curriculum that would reach a wide range of topics that would appeal the different types of users. Now and it's working and this is this is the second one or third second. One is the first like room one okay. You did a photoshop. When previously i mean it went really well both from a standpoint of attendance but also for me as an educator. The biggest thing was the incredibly high volume of emails that i received from people saying things like this couldn't have been better timing like i was desperate to know. What am i gonna do because my work has gone away. So this gave me something to focus on severi heartfelt emails that that the kind of thing that why we do what we do as educators as when you get the feedback saying this changed my life. This made my life easier that kind of thing. So that's what happened in. The first summit followed very quickly by email saying when this next one so we did a second photoshop one and then i did a survey asking. What if there was another topic to cover. What would it be and light room was by far actually very the number. One answer was photography. But i thought that's a whole nother kettle of fish to try and put together a summit online summit on such. A broad topic is photography but a close second was so. That's why we signed to go ahead with because so many people were specifically interested in it. Yeah yeah that's a. That's a perfect segue into this first part of this chat. Excuse me that's You know we've forced out at the beginning like i'm in this period of transition and i'm trying to understand the that transition is trying to settle on the like. I said the perfect operating system for creative work right. The obvious choice is creative. Cloud and the the whole suite of characters in their photoshop. Dave like you know has been around thirty plus years. It's it's an app that can do anything you can throw at it for you know literally and with after effects on top of that. The the sky's the limit. You know for what you can do the other part of that though. Is you guys. Know the resistance to the creative cloud and the switch to a nobis from from a consumer standpoint the switch to the the subscription model which has a lot of people looking for alternatives. Maybe not a core audience because they're going to stick with it no matter what but there's other people that are like there's this there's that or whatever and i can cobble together. Something that gets the job done. It may not be as integrated as creative cloud but it gets the job done. And i'm only paying one fee for you know i capture one and affinity photo etc matt authority. I when you're faced with somebody that's making that decision you know. Let's take let's take funds out of it you know. Even though the subscription things a big deal take funds out of for this this chat or for this question. And they're just making a decision on where to place their bets because they want to be in this creative world for the long haul and they don't have to relearn stuff you know. Is it better for them to just you know dive in with the new kids because their doing cool stuff in ai and all this stuff or should they go and buy a brick building you know dobie side and just deal with and change the furniture out every now and then. What are you what he say. I mean i i'm always i look at it this way And i'm i'm gonna speak more toward photographers. That's that's primarily. Who i talked to but of of all the things that photographers spend ninety nine a month is the cheapest thing that you will spend money on as a battalion And and we can argue aside from the camera and the lens. It's the most important thing that you'll spend money on for for your photography. So i usually just frame it to people that way that ill. It's this ten dollars a month for arguably one of the most important steps in your photography The problem is there's there's other software out there. i'd say i'd say there's two things. The one thing that i hear is well. you're going to buy capture one. it's perpetual. yeah it's perpetual but nobody uses it that way very very few people have their five six year old version of capture one everybody the new features come out and everybody buys a new version. So you're now buying software you you say you're not in a subscription but guess what when you get charged every year for a new version in you buy it. You're in a subscription huge. Just choose not to call it that you're dating. You're not married right exactly. So it's it. It's i that part of it and then the other thing is is you know. We all know operating systems phase versions out. So it's that's happened this year with with quite a few things so you're perpetual version like if you bought if you bought a perpetual version you name that you name whatever it was and you buy one of those new m one macs with the new whatever the heck it is. I don't have one so but now you're software is probably not gonna work on all of this new technology so it's not as perpetual as you think it and then the other thing is i say community. If you put photoshop and affinity in a checklist next to each other you can check off the boxes and say both of them are saying anybody that uses photoshop and spent a lot of time in affinity trying to see if they can get the same in. Photoshop knows that they're not the same You can check the boxes but the features are just not there in the community around it. You know you don't have all the education that that you're gonna find you. And i hear every day so many sends me an email today. Matt i saw you used the patch stolen photoshop. i use affinity. What do i do like try to us. They have repairing tools. Just give them a try. You know like. I can't help you because you don't have the software that i showed it not so them but on a that's that's perfect on the other side of that is the investment. So you're saying if new learner is coming in and they just wanna pick that operating system they in starting from zero because if you know starting from. I know how to use photoshop now. I don't like their pricing. I'm going to affinity. And i have to do the find out what tools map and what techniques. Don't work and all that that's one thing when transition other transition is from zero. Like you're just getting into this and you need to buy stuff and everybody's doing the price check you know like well. Let's go with that one. You know what what would you say that met in terms of guiding that person to make the right choice. So you're gonna you know you're gonna spend you're gonna spend fifty sixty bucks on affinity you're gonna have to get a light room so you're gonna spend hundred dollars on capture one..

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"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Guys. Know the resistance to the creative cloud and the switch to a nobis from from a consumer standpoint the switch to the the subscription model which has a lot of people looking for alternatives. Maybe not a core audience because they're going to stick with it no matter what but there's other people that are like there's this there's that or whatever and i can cobble together. Something that gets the job done. It may not be as integrated as creative cloud but it gets the job done. And i'm only paying one fee for you know i capture one and affinity photo etc matt authority. I when you're faced with somebody that's making that decision you know. Let's take let's take funds out of it you know. Even though the subscription things a big deal take funds out of for this this chat or for this question. And they're just making a decision on where to place their bets because they want to be in this creative world for the long haul and they don't have to relearn stuff you know. Is it better for them to just you know dive in with the new kids because their doing cool stuff in ai and all this stuff or should they go and buy a brick building you know dobie side and just deal with and change the furniture out every now and then. What are you what he say. I mean i i'm always i look at it this way And i'm i'm gonna speak more toward photographers. That's that's primarily. Who i talked to but of of all the things that photographers spend money on ninety nine a month is the cheapest thing that you will spend money on as a battalion And and we can argue aside from the camera and the lens. It's the most important thing that you'll spend money on for for your photography. So i usually just frame it to people that way that ill. It's this ten dollars a month for arguably one of the most important steps in your

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Tough Questions About Lightroom and Photoshop

This Week in Photo

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Tough Questions About Lightroom and Photoshop

"Guys. Know the resistance to the creative cloud and the switch to a nobis from from a consumer standpoint the switch to the the subscription model which has a lot of people looking for alternatives. Maybe not a core audience because they're going to stick with it no matter what but there's other people that are like there's this there's that or whatever and i can cobble together. Something that gets the job done. It may not be as integrated as creative cloud but it gets the job done. And i'm only paying one fee for you know i capture one and affinity photo etc matt authority. I when you're faced with somebody that's making that decision you know. Let's take let's take funds out of it you know. Even though the subscription things a big deal take funds out of for this this chat or for this question. And they're just making a decision on where to place their bets because they want to be in this creative world for the long haul and they don't have to relearn stuff you know. Is it better for them to just you know dive in with the new kids because their doing cool stuff in ai and all this stuff or should they go and buy a brick building you know dobie side and just deal with and change the furniture out every now and then. What are you what he say. I mean i i'm always i look at it this way And i'm i'm gonna speak more toward photographers. That's that's primarily. Who i talked to but of of all the things that photographers spend money on ninety nine a month is the cheapest thing that you will spend money on as a battalion And and we can argue aside from the camera and the lens. It's the most important thing that you'll spend money on for for your photography. So i usually just frame it to people that way that ill. It's this ten dollars a month for arguably one of the most important steps in your

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Beyonce Gets Called out for Photoshopping

Daily Pop

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Beyonce Gets Called out for Photoshopping

"A stirred up controversy and she may not even realize it. She's accused of photo shopping. Her body she posted this photo of herself. Looking like the queen she is zoom in and look a little closer there on the stairs. Looks like we see a little bit. So what do you guys think. Did she alter the photo no girl. That's a construction issue okay. Contractor needs to be called back. I don't think it's a. I mean totally it might be. I don't know this is her first time doing it. It's fine. I'm sure like everyone does it. I don't do it because i can't figure out. How do photoshop on my phone. So so i'm just like this is this is it just as a good a good high angle right but beyond say i mean maybe a little bit. I don't know. I assume that all celebrities do it like i assume when i opened a magazine. I'm getting a version of someone and now i do that with instagram. And twenty twenty one. I think that people put the best versions of themselves out there. And if you have a team who is your social media team nine times teen. They're touching things up

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Founder of Adobe and developer of PDFs dies at age 81

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Founder of Adobe and developer of PDFs dies at age 81

"The man who helped invent the pdf file as co founder of software company. Adobe has died software so widely used. you almost take it for granted. It's the portable document format better known as the pdf and sadly charles. Chuck geschke the man who helped to develop it and co founder of adobe is dead at age eighty one went onto invent pdf acrobat. Illustrator premiere pro and photoshop. But his wife. Nancy says geschke was also proud of his family in nineteen. Ninety-two guess she survived a kidnapping. When he was held for four days a suspect caught with six hundred. Fifty thousand dollars in ransom. Money eventually led police to the hideout where he was held captive and two two thousand nine. President obama awarded guests and adobe co founder. john warnock the national medal of technology

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Founder of Adobe and Developer of PDFs Dies at 81

Leo Laporte

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Founder of Adobe and Developer of PDFs Dies at 81

"Helped invent the PDF file is co founder of software company Adobe has died software so widely used, you almost take it for granted. It's the portable document format better known as the PDF and, sadly, Charles Chuck Geschke. Man who helped to develop it and co founder of Adobe is dead at age 81. Adobe went on to invent pdf Acrobat illustrator premiere pro and Photoshopped, but his wife, Nancy, says, Guess he was also proud of his family. In 1992 guess she survived a kidnapping when he was held for four days. A suspect caught with $650,000 in ransom money eventually led police to the hideout where he was held captive and in 2009, President Obama awarding Geschke and Adobe Co founder John Warnock, the national Medal of Technology. I'm

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Khloe Kardashian responds to controversy over unedited picture

Daily Pop

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Khloe Kardashian responds to controversy over unedited picture

"Kardashian is speaking her mind after getting a ton of hey over a leaked bikini photo. She stripped down for this video. Showing off her toned body with the caption. Yes i did a lie to show you this to show you all. This is not photoshop. Khloe got really personal about her struggles with body image writing in truth. The pressure constant ridicule and judgment my entire life to be perfect into the other standards of how i should look has been too much to bear khloe as the vet sister. Chloe's the ugly sister. Her dad must not be her real dad because she looked so different the only way she could have lost that much weight must have been from surgery so all of this comments. She's been getting nonstop her entire famous career. I

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Bridging the communication gap with Gina LaBorde

WazaMedia Podcast

02:16 min | 4 months ago

Bridging the communication gap with Gina LaBorde

"Welcome back to another episode of the wasn media podcast. My name is jr. I am the ceo of this awesome company. And i'm here today. excited to talk with jean laborde. Gina thank you for being on the show today. Jr thank you and we have a former guest of the show. Daisy daisy shoe To thank for connecting us together. So thank you dr xu thank you daisy For bringing us together. Thank you days so gina for our audience. That doesn't know you We want to with all of our guests. We like to ask our audience To tell a little bit of the story. Because i was immediately we believe in the power of storytelling. Everyone has a great story to tell. And i'm sure you have a great story to tell and also about your organization which will get back We'll get to a little bit later. But i can. We hear a little bit about your story. Sure i'm jean laborde. And i'm originally from louisiana where i happened to be right now and i have a background in design. Did some teaching of design and also worked for lsu medical school where did all the graphics for the whole university in Done some different marketing. Things did a. I worked for a marketing company. That promoted coca cola music festivals things like that grassroots marketing And then lsu moved to the department of biochemistry and former where. I helped develop in photoshop for scientists empowered winter side powerpoint scientists class. Then we had a little hurricane katrina than i was the director in baton rouge Exile baton rouge for low law for two publications two to five magazine which is a lifestyle magazine in the batteries business report so i was in new orleans. I did some work for spotify doing being campus ambassador and influence and also for a restaurant group. That susan spikes earned. We did some social media for food. And she's actually been character. Those based on the hbo series tra may she's the main shaft was based on

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LeBron James becomes partner in group that owns Red Sox

First Things First

01:20 min | 5 months ago

LeBron James becomes partner in group that owns Red Sox

"Talked about the king. Lebron james clearly not enough on his plate if he can add part owner of the boston red sox to the old resume. Going fenway. sports group is a partner. Looks pretty good. Any red sox uniform was photoshop. Granted lebron james becoming part owner of the red sox is blank. This chest like the greatest. I'm a big chess fan. I play it every day. I got the app chess with friends. I got a couple of boards. Skoll awesome beautiful game. You learn a lot about people when you play. Chest aren't the greatest chess players in the world. They're able to play ten twenty moves out thirty moves out like they just got it. I got this thing where they can see into the future. That's lebron james. He's the first athlete to actually strategize use tactics to build enterprise companies. So right now great. Yeah oh this is great baseball baseball. No this is lebron. James playing chess. You know what's to happen in about. Maybe it could be five years. I don't know when he retires. But let's say ten years he's going to own nba team. There's been a lot of talk about it. The with to with this is him taking the next step four. This is just like in a lot of athletes need to study this dude and how he moves his can because these our next level nick

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Sentinel's Sinatraa Accused of Sexual Abuse by Ex-Girlfriend

Esports Minute

02:41 min | 5 months ago

Sentinel's Sinatraa Accused of Sexual Abuse by Ex-Girlfriend

"What a sad day in Esports, once again after being able to celebrate the women in Esports on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday have been a stark reminder of how far we still need to be go. First off before I get into this episode a trigger warning. This minute is going to contain details that include sexual abuse gaslighting harassment and rape on my dreams and the Esports minute from a sports network. So you've seen the allegation by now. I can imagine J one better known as Sinatra has been accused of sexual abuse with plenty of proof by Cleo his ex-girlfriend Thora is the former MVP of the OverWatch league has been playing ballarin for the central since retiring from the uw-l. The allegations are long and I'll link down below they are difficult to read but it is extremely important to do so in the Google Doc Cleo details how Sinatra coerced her into sex made her feel guilty for not wanting to have sex and progress past the point where she was saying no to confirm You having sex with her that's rape. We should call it what it is. There's audio of them having sex where you can hear that situation play out. Clearly. The write-up is nine pages long including screenshots of many different conversations. I want to read a section at the end that I think is especially important quote if this isn't proof enough, I'm not sure anything will ever be to get you to understand the hurt those done to me by this man. It's not his word against mine. It's his word against multiple points of proof and an audio of his voice not allowing me to say no to having sex and quote. She's right and while many people have spoken out about how horrible this is other voices have chosen once again to ignore a victim. The fron is one of the high-profile ones eating out quote e girls can be scary as a twitch streamer. They will try to debate or photoshop evidence to fuck you. I'm not saying she is one, but she could be and quote I really Dubose. Giving his horrible message a platform but I think it's important as it reconfirms what Cleo said at the end of her message. She knew some people wouldn't believe her even with the evidence. I hope a community we see these types of people for who they are and shut them off as this won't be the last time this happens victims shouldn't need nine-page Google Docs detailing their trauma complete with audio recordings and screenshots of multiple conversations for people to believe them. And when that happens that people's first reaction is somehow to blame Photoshop just shows how damning it is and how far people will go to not believe someone in this

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Deepfake technology: Can you spot what's real?

TechtalkRadio

04:23 min | 5 months ago

Deepfake technology: Can you spot what's real?

"I'm andy taylor. And i'm justin. Lemme and it is the three of us today. There is a lot of tech to talk about. I think the big thing that a lot of people have been talking about this week number one for themselves and number one by just pure astonishment is the technology of deepfake technology. We talked about this a couple months ago. Well you know we. We talked about some deepfakes and all that stuff. But this is how it's it's rear its ugly head again and it's back with a vengeance ugly it looks. It looks so good. it's ugly for society because it does look so good and it's so confusing. I think you're talking about the tom. Cruise ones right yeah. You're the one who told me about it. Because i hadn't seen it yet and it appeared on tiktok amazing because tiktok it. They have a policy no deepfakes. They don't want deepfakes on on tiktok and this was posted on tiktok and eleven million views by people. Saying wait a minute. Tom cruise is doing a magic trick. Tom cruise's played golf. And he's put it he's on tiktok and people were watching and the thing is. You really can't tell that. It's not tom cruise. And that's that's what makes it rough those of you don't know what a deepfake is a deepfake. Is you get an act. I have an actor but a person anybody it could be anybody to be the The video portion of it. And then you'll be walking around a room or doing something. But then you're going to upload know of everybody can do this because it does require some sophisticated technology but you upload like a celebrities face in different poses which gets a bunch of different pictures of that celebrity and then you for lack of better term you superimposed that celebrities face on the quote unquote actors body and it becomes that person. This technology can basically turn anybody into somebody else now. We we've seen some deepfakes in the past that have featured celebrities but always like kind of a little switch. And i've liked those. I've been entertained by those where you have stallone as the terminator or bill hater which is one of the best ones out there. I think bill hader while. He's he's on. One of the talk shows transforms into tom cruise and transforms into seth rogan. While he's i love that one. That one's a lot of fun and they're fun but this deepfake was different because it wasn't like this is another celebrity trying to be another celebrity. This is like oh this. Is tom cruise. Which makes everybody think. Oh that's tom cruise. It brings up the idea then. Okay could a politician then be created to see something outrageous or yeah. That's what i was about to say is like people say how could be a threat to society. just imagine. Just imagine that somebody does somehow does a deepfake of president biden announcing war on china. china's somehow sees this and says well no no no no no where declaring war in america and launches their nukes. Not possible but oh it is possible now that technology fake the technology yet totally and it can also in the case of crime. We've got footage of this crime going down this person did. That's not me. That's a deepfake. There's in could be used as the defense could be used as maybe putting somebody up. That is innocent of a crime. I mean it's you say that there is a technology that you found out that is now being developed to combat the deepfakes like basically be able to tell if it was altered a company. And i'm the name kind of escaped me. I signed up to kind of follow them and see what they're doing but they're apparently able to use technology to determine similar like what people have done now with photoshop. Be has been able to set now that you can tell that's photoshop. You can see that but now this company is going to work with the some of these deepfake videos and see they can determine but again. The technology is getting so good but people have said. Well we don't have the expertise to do it ourselves. But we're beginning to see that changing as

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The Universe's Background Noise: The Cosmic Microwave Background

Astronomy Cast

04:06 min | 5 months ago

The Universe's Background Noise: The Cosmic Microwave Background

"What is the background. It's that source signal that is in the back of all of our images and i literally mean it's like the back most layer. If you've ever used photoshop illustrator any of these art programs that have different layers. There's that layer. That's behind everything that you can set to transparent except for our universe doesn't understand that so no matter what color you're using to observe our sky in the spaces between bright objects there is light and sometimes even particles and gravitational waves that are emanating from some background that we're still in many cases trying to figure out what is and and i think people are are are most familiar with the cosmic microwave background. Only i think because it helped us figure out the entire origin of the universe. The big bang the cer- mind-bending conclusion that our universe is expanding. But but it's just one of them. There's tons it is. And i have to say also the fact that the causing microwave background was initially blamed on pigeon poop in the detector also really adds to story arc by you. Should you should explain that. If you're going to bring pigeon poop and not go into more detail. I think you have to. So so i- pens easson wilson to research scientists working at bell labs. We're working to figure out how to improve microwave. Communications here on the surface of the earth. They built a big old attack ter- and they were looking for 'cause mc sources that could interfere with point to point signals used in telecommunications and they found things they expected like jupiter jupiter is loud but between all the things they expected defined find there. Is this constant signal and normally when you have this kind of a constant signal in a detector that works like a radio detector. you think it's just like norway's in the system and so they're trying to get rid of the noise every way possible and they noticed that pigeons were roosting in their system so they gave it a thorough cleaning to remove anything. The pigeons may have left within the detector and it didn't work and in the end after contacting research group at princeton and talking to folks like people's they realize that what they were seeing matched theoretical predictions of a cold long wavelength background of light. That was the stretched out remains of photons released in the moment when the universe cool enough for electrons and atomic nuclei to bond together making our universe transparent for the first time this had been theorized that that if you win restarting to detect that they were seeing galaxies. Moving away in all directions. That was one line of evidence that would mean that those things those galaxies were all close together the past therefore you should see a time when everything was all in roughly the same region and it would be opaque and it would be hot and then you should see his moment when it all got released into the universe and and that's what they saw and just to be clear. It's it's not that there was any center to the universe any region where things were more compact. It's the entire universe. The surface of afford dimensional hyper tour. Royd was a smaller surface in a three dimensional on top of a four dimensional. Kind of

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Design strategies + incorporating luxury home decor on a budget with kate lester

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

06:34 min | 6 months ago

Design strategies + incorporating luxury home decor on a budget with kate lester

"Of the like themes that keeps emerging on the show is this like beginner. I think designer mistake. Weird like designing and avoid like. You're at home goods and you're just kind of collecting all the things you love. And there's no like common thread or theme or story so that starting places so key It's really important to create. This is so easy now that everyone has a computer in microsoft word or i mean. If you know photoshop you can do it. But what i told people is if you're just starting out in let's say you're doing your apartment right in your on the super tight budget. We've been there by no means do am i just design fancy desire by no means that i have like five hundred dollars to do my college -partment right. What i want to do at home is starting out with your concept. Okay and then put all of the pieces that you're interested in on a concept board and get take that were with you when you're shopping and when you're at home goods and you're ready to do those stupid impulse purchases. Take that word out and be like. Is this gonna vibe with my vibe and if not put it down like i can't tell you how much did at target and homegoods ikya just on this little impulse purchases like other cushion but it can go with anything your house. You know who so. I think that will help a lot of you know that extending allow you to save up for this really special items may be utah out of your budget. You'd be surprised how few rain in those impulse purchases house saving. His moustache lightens is easier. Yes my gosh. That's so beautifully put when you say it. It sounds so obvious. But that's definitely something. I struggle with so hard told me this dog will. What am i going to do. A federal by this dog role. I it's in the air. they try. they try to say you know. Stick with your list. Stick with your concept word and then there are great finds there. You found some really great things that were with my. I try to stay true to that. Naccache excited put everything your car. I love that so much so we talked a little bit about finding like some examples of info pieces like the flower or the photo. What are some of your favorite places that you draw inspiration from is kind of like all over the place or do you of go to things that really deeply inspire you know. Of course. let's be really honest and frank. Kerr pinterest is though. It's great so i will say that if you're on your this first few hundred pages of pinterest. It's the same stuff right so if you're different you're going to have to do a deep dive so we like to say is find that you know chair. They love or find that whatever it is. Maybe you're really intimate century right. And you figure out the name of a charity like deep dive into that and then that will take you to other really interesting rooms and you'll get away from the disorder sort of stuff. You're seeing everywhere so good if you're willing to sit down into a deep dive. I like to olds. Who books like books real hard. You know find a designer or topic. You're interested if you want farmhouse than you know. Do some searching on amazon worse. Farmhouse designed books. You can get great inspiration from those pages that you know. A lot of that stuff is not on pinterest. So you're knocking not everywhere. I did a lot of inspiration. From austin is what the color palettes that are happening. How close structured is everything floral and saucers everything sharp edges. And how they feel about that and is gonna translate into if i hit more curved items or you know i think you start to develop your style when you're pulling things because people don't realize that they have their own patterns that emerge and with our clients do a pinterest board for us. They'll say we'll do. I need to tell you what i like in each picture. And i know 'cause i can tell if it's repeating throughout what you're picking so. I think that happens with with regular people to start picking me compile. Tear things out. Taxings things up. And you'll start to see a pattern and then you can kind of narrow it down from there right. I feel like part of your job as a designer. Obviously like did these beautiful spaces but there's another level of like really kind of like helping your clients figure out who they are style wise. And that's something. I feel like that when you can do that artfully like. That's when you get the coolest spaces. What does that process. look like. You mentioned the pincher sport but is that where you start or there's a consultation like what is that. Look like when we you know. Most of our artists are really large-scale right. So we're starting with these people when maybe they're buying a dirt lot and we're having to design their home from the ground up right and then we're not only designing interiors. Were signing all the finishes fixtures and then all the furnishings so the first thing like to do is save them from themselves right because we're giving them everything they're asking for the help that they need for right so the first thing we do. Is we through these. These pinterest boards. We asked them to pull some images. Maybe ten twenty images. It's really all we need. We start to see a pattern of what they like. And from there we say. How can we take this and make it cool. It's not a cool right having to take this push their boundaries. How can we take their level to wholeness and make it a level head right if we see that there it into brass. How do we rain that in. Say okay will. This house has to have longevity. What ross isn't trending in six years right. How do we incorporate those things that we see. They're gravitating toward in in a way. That will live with them for a long time. So a lotta times. it's really just pushing their boundaries. And saying you know. I see that you posted. A couple of pieces of contemporary are either boring but how these bright suit. Our job is to take them right. The edge of where they would say. I never would pick back but i actually love that. That's what you wanna tried. Do to yourself. If you're at home right. You know i do. I love this. I know everyone has this chair. But i found this chair. His kind of weird ways hungry woman. So you know. How can you get outside that that box of trends and really do something.

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GM Has a New Logo

Motor1.com Podcast

06:16 min | 6 months ago

GM Has a New Logo

"Me set this up for everybody. General motors has a new logo. And it's similar to the old logo. It's still a square box. It has the letters g and m on it. it has 'em on it For those on youtube. Mr bruce's just throwing it up here on our screen we can see. It's it's it's it's it's a rebrand right so the debate going on in the motor one dot com universe is whether this is a good thing a bad thing ridiculous thing a terrible move a smart move. Let me give you a little bit. More background I don't really mind this. Rebrand that much but i also come from a marketing background. I had a marketing career. Long before i went time into journalism. So i i think maybe i get a slightly different viewpoint of the rebranding process and why companies tend to do it But john why don't you lead off because that's the reason you're here john is. John is the one that opposes my viewpoint and wait one second here. I get to play referee here. I get the. I'm calling the balls and strikes if someone starts taking too long. I get veto power. Because my thing is i have a completely different opinion. That both of you. That i will express at the end but comes up in. This discussion of re brands is that we've been seeing a lot of them a lot of the just in the past year i am going to share an image with you guys Is right now of three of them. What we say so. Volkswagen simplifies their emblem. Bmw's simplifies their Nissan simplifies their envelope. All of this has happened in the past year and there are other examples that i can pull up. There's maserati there is a mazda. Oh so this has kind of been bubbling up and then this. Gm one came up and chris in john in our motor one chat kind of started going at things and so i wanna give them the opportunity both to air their feelings about this badge and then when they're done i will come in at the end and give my opinion which is barely different from both pairs. So i'm gonna pop up an image of the gm badge. Actually i the they are going to tell you how they feel about the emmett. Mr neff i yield the floor to the distinguished gentleman. Here the image you popped up the gm the new gm logo Bruce was black and white. It's forgiving that is i would say the best version of the logo. Oh their degree. There's the gradient one which i think adds a level of ridiculousness to the logo so For those not viewing on youtube it is this new. Gm logo with a gradient. That goes from aquamarine blue into like the traditional jam. Blew into another blue All right so my views on this level. When i see it my first impression is that it is juvenile. That's the word. I used that chris and i were arguing over in our chat. I say juvenile. Because i think it looks like Like gm created an iphone app and this was the icon for it Or you know this is something a this looks like the The icon for new adobe software next to your photo shop and your illustrator It's trying to look Hi tack and and Not bleeding edge but more like you know. I'm part of the software revolution Which is true. That's happening in cars. Software and computing power is growing exponentially more important Let me take a note of that really quick. You said it's true. Sure sure that is granted and of course another reason that that the juvenile comes to mind as they went from two capital letters Which is proper grammar for It's an acronym general motors. You know and they went to to lower case letters so that has a juvenile edge to it to me This gradient is ridiculous and a first year. Art student would probably create that in photoshop And some people say like it's supposed to evoke a plug. And i guess i guess that's supposed to be negative space of the m and the underline of the m. Maybe i don't know. I i don't really see i don't get that as a strong message. from the logo. Now when i say it's bad. Like when i say it's bad like i don't think it's the worst thing in the world My perspective is that. If if i were if i were running the company. Or if i were an executive in the boardroom that day i would raise my hand and said we need to rethink this. This is not what we wanna do. that said i don't think logo bruins gm. I don't think. I don't th- i actually don't think logos and names of companies have that much power especially if your product is good. Your product is good. It can overcome a logo or or a bad name. And i say that having worked at a couple of websites that had ridiculous bad names and we're still successful because they were just good websites and people look past the name and just you know they thought of the brand of the site as as what the product is and the name took came on Took on a new meaning. And i think this logo could be the same way you know if gm succeeds in its easy. Revolution will probably look at the logo. with you know in a completely different way than we do today when gm's future plans are all promises and vaporware right now

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Bernie Sanders' mittens, memes help raise $1.8M for charity

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Bernie Sanders' mittens, memes help raise $1.8M for charity

"You may be laughing at those photoshopped images of senator Bernie Sanders in his winter coat and mittens but they're raising a lot of money for charity the Vermont senator bundled up on inauguration day getting photoshopped into the cast of friends with Forrest Gump on a bench on the moon and on the bridge of the starship enterprise but the social media phenomenons raised nearly two million dollars for Vermont charities Bernie Sanders has been selling shirts and stickers of himself in that brown parka and wool mittens he says the chair man Sanders merchandise keeps selling out online even Getty images will be donating its proceeds to add the Sanders photo two meals on wheels and Burton snowboards is donating fifty jackets to Vermont families Jackie Quinn Washington

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The Mystery Of Hudini

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:02 min | 7 months ago

The Mystery Of Hudini

"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries from around the world strange and unexplained people places and events often forgotten by history or loss in the midst of time. I'm kit chrome today. Harry houdini to understand houdini magic. It's important to understand the man born eric. Weiss march twenty four th eighteen. Seventy four in budapest hungary. He moved with his family when he was four years. Old to new york. And eventually migrated appleton wisconsin in his youth. He was a natural athlete and had a fascination with magic and adopted the name. Houdini by adding an eye to the last name of his idol. French magician robert who din although there was a gimmick or special effect too many of his escapes. there were those at pressed him physically to the max one story a story mind. You is that of an underwater handcuff escape. Depending on who you talked to. He was in a box. A straightjacket or manacled hand and foot anyway. The story goes that he was in chicago in winter and had a hole cut in the frozen river that he stepped through not taking into factor that the river flowed under the ice easily escaped his manacles but was swept downriver. Above the shivering crowd eventually dispersed fearing that they had witnessed the drowning of the great magician under the ice. He moved from trapped air bubble bubble eventually finding his way out. There are dozens of versions of his story but whatever the case demonstrates his power of concentration. Above all harry. Houdini was a showman dangling from cranes. Skyscrapers upside down in a straitjacket. He would attrac- upwards of fifty thousand. Onlookers necks craned as they watched the dramatic escape. This would guarantee a pack theater that evening but he was always searching for a new effect. He's responsible for bringing the obscure thread the needle from india to the american stage. This is where he would placed dozens of needles in his mouth along with thread. Poss- drink a glass of water then amazingly extract needles threaded with enough threat to cross the stage later. He performed the same illusion with razor blades. Houdini was much more than a magician however he was a man with an insatiable curiosity and was fascinated with movies made several including one where he was to rescue the ever suffering female from iraq on the brink of niagara falls. She was harnessed to a safety line. Houdini would have none of the safety features offered and was nearly swept over the falls. He got out of the movie business because it didn't make money. He was also fascinated with airplanes and in nineteen ten. Was the first man to fly a plane in australia. Sailing for over three and a half miles. Houdini died at one twenty six. Pm tober thirty first. Nineteen twenty six. He was fifty two years old. He was a man who was driven. You might say by the slogan. The show must go on but also by his own physicality take a look at the old newspaper photos of him in various stages of escape remember. This is long before photoshop notice a developed biceps quadriceps and shoulders however by late forties he suffered from appendicitis attacks and on several occasions had to be helped off stage by age fifty despite more sophisticated special effects his performances required longer periods of recuperation is said that he was backstage reclining from a broken ankle from a previous show won a university student questioned. The magicians boasts of the stomach of oak remember. Houdini was fifty to the student. Delivered a series of blows stopped when. Houdini claimed he was not able to stand to prepare for the strikes. No one knows. If this cost the appendix to rupture hours of the event. Houdini went on to perform with a temperature of a hundred and four. Eventually he entered the hospital where he felt. Recovery was eminent but at the end he was heard to say. I'm tired of fighting. Harry had two loves in his. Life is wife bests and sell you steiner weiss. His mother when she died in nineteen thirteen. He visited select mediums in an attempt to make contact with her from the spirit. World appalled the frauds who claim to be able to make contact. He went on the warpath exposing psychics. Fortune tellers mediums and in the process and raging. The industry is most outspoken. Opponent was the blonde. Which of lime street strange seems her. Spirit guide walter in one thousand nine hundred thousand five said that. Houdini would be dead within a year but houdini had devised a code. That only best would know that if indeed there wasn't afterlife he would contact her using net code. The stories surround this aspect of his life and the code between he and his wife would take ten podcast to explain it to say that he did not connect with best using the code. Each halloween for at least four years after his death she would lie to candle. Hold a seance. She continued the sales which involved a candle said to have burned for ten years. It was a nineteen thirty six ten years after houdini. He's passing that. She handed off the candle. And say on tradition to walter. B gibson friend confidante ghostwriter for. Houdini gibson was also the original author of the shadow mysteries writing under the name maxwell grant late in his life. He passe on tradition to magician. Dorothy dietrich who now burns the candle. Every halloween while conducting a seance seems. Houdini is yet to

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"photoshop" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"She's a firecracker. One of my okay good friends. Bill buckley kept bragging about this incredible educator after he came back from the texas school and he just kept talking talking about her nonstop so i had to look up and then when i saw that she was here a quick time i wanted to introduce her to you and just have have her lay on my mouth a large amount of wisdom on all of you so special. Please welcome sandra appears. Hey i'm doing fine now. We talked about the so i stumbled trying to figure out your job quote title because you're photographer for for the last thirty five years in the film days but you transformed into this amazing educator who's able to take the complexity of painting in photoshop and make it real simple well. Let's talk about it. What made you switch. Why i am a well kept secret. Well not only more but i have been a well kept secret here. My classes skip rowing from the first class to hear here but what i do <hes> i am a photographer but i am a regular artists with oils acrylics and in my past but i enj- i learned how to do photoshop painting because there was no one to teach me and so so for the last ten years i've been teaching other people because no one did photoshop painting and i was told i couldn't that photoshop you you could not paint with you had to use the other brand caro- yes and i said oh. The program is way too. <hes> expansive not ought to be able to paint with and so there are things that they've added but i had already learned to do it and taught myself and so if if you can teach yourself you know the steps that you had to go through to get there and so that makes it easier to teach people that have no idea so i do it down to earth and you're talking about an older man smiling. I had a twenty six twenty five year old today that i could see the smiles on his face and why because it was going to help him so much she don't know the only downside with podcast listeners. Can't let's see the excitement. Enjoy your face when you're talking about this stuff so so because i know how bill learn oh to transform his images to help the listeners with this walk me through so let's say i started out with the class with you the first thing he's gonna show show the class the the first thing that i'm going to show the class is the tools and this is what i tell them. I'm gonna teach you tools and technique. If i teach you tools olson technique you're going to be able to do anything so it's my job to teach you every tool in photoshop that you can use to.

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"photoshop" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"Or to make shooting more comfortable. They're all just little things that you just go. Oh my gosh. I've been doing it the hard way. You know. It's that kind of stuff. It's like it was like if every time time you roll down your window you manually cranked it and then someone said oh this button over here raises and lowers the window for what what i was doing it the hard way. It does that so that's there's a lot of that stuff that i think that people uncover about their cameras that they didn't realize it just makes it easier and more more fun. I mean there's just you know and you know i mean that's. That's why we're doing this. We this is our art and it's our way of expressing ourselves. It's our way of telling stories. He's it's our way of capturing visual history. It's supposed to be fun. Yeah it is. It's the wild factor when you find that control in in the camera i i i've done that. We're suddenly go. We can do that changes all of a sudden you know what else it does when uncover those things it kind of ignites your passion to go out and shoot <hes>. You're like oh my gosh. I never knew it did this. I can't wait till the next time ago. I'd shoot and i want to try that because that's so much cheesier better faster and there's a lot of that that to learn and especially of course in all the post processing stuff you know like i would tell you a friend to go to the light room classes in fact if she's kind of really new to it you can go a day early right. If you owe on the day before photoshop world we have these intense <hes> four contents intensive. I think yell at you know it's it is a four hour or five hour our workshop right where you just focus on one topic and we have light room crash. Course you know for people who were like you know. I know light rooms the hot thing but it just i don't know where to start start. It's literally you start there and then for the next three days you can just go cherry. Pick the classes you want because you'll have the foundation and understand what light rooms about an oh so mainly rooms a blast shops hard but yeah photoshop photoshop another one of those though that when you find all those extra tools that you could be using in that you know i mean the crop tools nice the but the adjustments can be done to some neatly and be able to take out a background. You know everybody everybody says oh wow i can i can do that. I mean that's that's another matter like photoshop but but learning wise start with light room yeah lions easy and make sense and everybody gets it and then what will happen is you'll work in light room for a while. You be so thrilled so happy and then one day you'll go. Ooh i wanna put this person salaam different background and you go now. It's photoshop photoshop yup and so you'll only go there when you need it but <hes> and photoshop is i will say this it. It is harder but it is the most fun program. I think ever made yeah photoshop. Is i mean you think about it right photoshop touches all of our lives every single day every time you're in your car you drive by billboard. It went through photoshop every time you see a movie. The amount of photoshop used in movies is staggering a one day..

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"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"You got you got your vision to wear yup you have all that stuff of going to say that <hes> much like life learning photoshop is can you could probably chuck it up to being a series of frustrations followed by periodic periods of Piff Unie. Enjoy you know as you figure it out. I you like how do you do this. This looks like crap. Yes Oh and now you got it. Now you move onto the next thing right and like you said you know our goal is to remove the the frustrating parts that that shouldn't be frustrating. It can be hard enough to get your creative vision out there and articulated and that should be the hardest thing about being being creative. <hes> is is <hes> refining that that your own vision and and getting it to where you want to be <hes> so you know like we were discussing Photoshop and adobe very interested in reducing the friction and the creative barriers are your stat that are encountered on that journey love it live Joel Bear. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate procedure today. You know grabbing me a yeah. No no pledges off mind if I if any of the like the memories stories from Adobe when I was working there are the same. You probably have another. What ten meetings today that you have to get a few but this is the best one good good? I remember my calendar looking like a like. I was losing a game of Tetris as with my calendar..

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"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"We have <hes> we have thousands of users who are trying it. It's it's on the way <hes> I. I can't speak to too many details but I can tell you that it's coming this year and twenty nineteen <hes> we're excited about it and and you know it is it's it's what we've what we've heard from Photoshop users that you know it's it's it's great to be able to sit down at a at a workhorse <unk> a powerful machine or or even a laptop and push pixels <hes> but you're not always tethered to do the desktop or to even your laptop and having that flexibility to create on a highly portable surface like like an ipad is <hes> is one less blocker in the creative workflow and and you know surface that can allow people to to capture that inspiration on the fly lie when they're on the go yeah it's great yeah. I think it's needed you know I don't. I don't necessarily need photoshop on my phone. You know per se but maybe a light. There's a light version where you can do some things in there but I want would I need on the tablet or on ipad is the full on no compromises photoshop. You know the Real Photoshop and I want to be able to open Photoshop photoshop documents. I create on the desktop on my pad inverse of Vice Versa Versa Medi share them to dropbox or something so that's my that's my wish for the developers. The state stay tuned. We're hard at work on it and we're excited to to roll it out. <hes> stay tuned tune for for more INFO on that front. That's cool. That's go ahead to put you on a hot seat. Also you're asking you know that said totally totally five so here. Let's wrap it out so speaking of things that are coming..

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"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Android every time you mentioned a new platform which can ask you a Photoshop is coming. This is where we are. Are you? Are you thinking about bringing it to Android? Is there even an Android product that excites you? The way the ipad on the surface would excite you to bring Photoshop to Android is very exciting platform. I mean, it's massive. And the other thing that I'm passionate about is creatives in, you know, outside of the US and also in developing countries where you may not even have a landline connection, but you have a mobile phone with a fast connection and don't you want to do retouching, don't you? I actually know the Konami of creatives around the world who are who are participating from a mobile experience. So it's something that we're certainly focused on. We already have a number of products on Android and we hope to bring more. All right, my last. Here's my last question for you. What point do you think Photoshop and ipad will replace in your personal use will take over from the desktop? Is it now is, do you see your personal roadmap for you? I know you're looking very controversial answer, but what I will tell you is that it the truth is, is this really workflow by workflow? So as some there are some workflows that we. Have nailed down. Like for example, a simple retouching workflow from my experience using the early early version of this new product that we just shared. I don't see why I would go to the desktop frankly, to do a retouching type of workflow of this Nagy tude it's powerful. It's somewhat faster ended some super easy in his native with a touch experience as opposed to occur in my opinion. So that's one example of one workflow that you know is sort of been probably more mobile than desktop for me after this product hats, I think there's others, and of course over the road map, there will be more and more and more. I think it's going to end up becoming a hybrid experience. People are going to with their creative brains, having a thin ity towards different platforms or services for different types of work in the beauty of it with creative cloud and the cloud PSD in the innovations there is that you can just pick up where you left off and you don't have to even can be somebody agnostic a lot of all kinds of questions about the death of Wakon, but we'll get there. But Scott, thank you so much. Know we've we've got overtime. That was a great conversation. I think we're all excited to play Photoshop and I've enjoyed it. Thanks guys so much. All right. That was Scott Belsky from Dobie was really fun interview. I'm just gonna start asking everybody what they think computerized and see if to have an answer. I really wanna know what you think of these interview episodes and who you want us to interview. Let me know. Treated me on at reckless. We'll be back later this week with a regular business. This episode diverse cast is brought to you by Merck. Now award for Merck. MAURICE Hilaman developed vaccines for some of the world's most devastating diseases. He's been called one of the true giants of science medicine and public health and the twentieth century. Yet he's not a household name that changes today. Dr hillerman was on the forefront of discovering developing and inventing many vaccines that have helped save an improve lives worldwide. Dr hillman's impact on public health is undeniable. And his passionate commitment continues to inspire scientists in medical research laboratories to this day, you've always known his inventions. Now, you know who's behind them, Merck has been working to discover and develop vaccines for more than a

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"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Like playing boring. No, you're talking my language here when you see the new UI of a product like Photoshop on ipad immediately, you start to wonder, well, Ken, some of these innovations around UI and like improvements to user experience come into other touch surfaces, a photo Photoshop like Microsoft on their surface product. And I mean, the short answer is teams exploring it. Of course, we're always trying to modernize desktop experience in the fact that we get touched for free, so to speak on some Microsoft devices as exciting to the team. The other thing I want to just quickly address because you talked about how the daunting feeling of learning in new you. I am. You spend so much time learning Photoshop and now it's like another Uwe Photoshop when I should say is that because I, I have the voices of my design team leaders in my head saying on Scott, please share with me, shoot, please share with verge. Like what? What we went through in this process as well. The teams felt very passionately about not having this like friction when you. You see a new you. I like the common discussion was capitalizing familiarity. So what are the, what are the iconic experiences and the tools? What things that people expect? What are the visual cues that we need to carry on and be consistent, not only how they look, but we're there placed so that you just out of reflex nowhere to go for certain things. And so you will see a lot of that in in Photoshop on ipad as well. That was something that we took seriously, and even that we wanted to modernize rethink things. We also wanted to respect a lot of these really established patterns that work for creatives. So I don't know my instinct of the wild philosophical questions. You have good answers to them, but adobe famously changed the entire model of creative lab right once upon a time you'd buy Photoshop four and then you'd buy Photoshop five and their years in between. Now you are creative cloud. It's a subscription software service it updates all the time. It's great. Do you think that huge shift in model gives you the ability to release a new version of Photoshop Photoshop for ipad because that core. Creative cloud customer base. We'll just go along for the ride because they perceive it to be free, or do you think the real action here is you're going to put it in the app store at twenty bucks, and mom and dad are gonna buy one thing and then maybe realized that they want Oatman. I really want illustrator on the desktop and I can't imagine saying incredible. Do you think that you the subscription model gives you afford to take riskier bets basically? Well, I mean, but this model does is allows us to deliver things to customers, faster, allows us to experiment. It allows us to also look at the gamut of customer needs and say, hey, I mean from a business perspective, the more be satisfy our customers needs and the more value we deliver, the happy our customers are in the more valuable..

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"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

"And the hardest part of any technology company and product leader is to decide the somewhat unnatural things you force now because you know it's the future as opposed to the, you know, the things that you just continue to accommodate because of the past and an adobe as a product leader. I have that problem in spades because we have a lot of incredible power users of our products who have been using our products for years if not decades, and they have various salvage workflows that we need to respect. And yet at the same time, we can't leave the new generations behind. We can't deprecate the power of our products because of the combination. So it's always a balance, which is why you see things like light room, classic in light room, c, and some decisions that others, you know, scratch their heads at. We're just trying to do the best thing for our customer. And we're constantly having that debate internally for better for worse. You said you have this problem in spades. What is what would you say is the emblematic product bet that you've made with Photoshop on ipad? I think one of them is the cloud PSD formats. That discussion, we just had him and you can imagine the PSD is an iconic file format. It's like a repository of creativity in every single file on people's drives, right. And they use traditional cloud storage products. And yet an Hillary are saying, actually, we're going to rethink this whole architecture, and there are consequences certainly for how customers are accustomed to organizing all of their different files and stuff, and we're just saying the future of creativity is not bound to the desktop. Therefore, it cannot be bound to the file format and traditional sense therefore needs to live in the cloud there for the in. It's just a a logic sequence that there are certainly very valid arguments against us making this move. My attitude is if it w were to be founded today in wanted to empower the. Creatives to do their greatest work. What would we do? Obviously, we would have a an infrastructure like this modern one, and yet we have to be very careful and have really easy on boardings in bridges for our customers that are really akin to the desktop workflows in one leverage this new surface. I mean, we've, we've also made that very easy as well, which I think is the right balance to to achieve. So speaking personally, as an artist who kind of prefers working on the desktop over the ipad, and there's a lot of reasons for that. But I think one of the biggest hurdles for like a regular user, not like a power user. A Photoshop is probably pricing like there's not a lot of apps in that go beyond its like, procreate, is that most like ten dollars. And do you guys have a plan for how like Photoshop on the ipad will be paced? Will it be subscription based? Do creative cloud subscribers, get access to it for free? Do you have sort of a plan on that? Yeah. So we're, we haven't announced any like pricing for the product other than to say that if. You're a paid creative cloud.

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"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

"It's not going to happen overnight, but it's, I think it's all about empowering creative people to do the work on their own terms is always Olympic task for how we determine where products should go. So here's my Monday in tedious question. When I think about Photoshop again, I'm not good at it and maybe Donald can follow up because she is actually good at it, but I think about file management, right? You're gonna composite images together. You need to image files. You make a PS d, then you have a PS two, you're saying you're gonna edit. PSD's. I o s is not known for being a great file management platform, like there's dropbox. There's there's files app. There's your own cloud service. How are you handling that problem? Because it's it's like the first problem to solve. Yeah, I'm gonna go out a limb here and say that the era of the file is over. I think that a creation is really a combination of components, right? It's a look at a photo shop, quote, unquote file. What is it really? It's a, it's a collection of fonts and images and layers of that. It's and other other things. In from other places composite together, it's a collection and all those components. Those ingredients of that composition still exists in their original form as well as their combined altered form, which is alternately the composition you're making in a PS D. And so what what we've done and this is by the way, what powers Photoshop on ipad is what we call the cloud PSD and the cloud PSD is in a sense like a manifest of all of these ingredients together, not to get too technical, but you asked him mundane questions as technical as possible. This is important. Do it underneath the hood, right? This is a manifesto of all the components that you sourced from original sources and then altered into this composition. That is what you visually see in Photoshop and Photoshop on desktop when you open it. And so another thing that we announced alongside this is the first of all the existence of the cloud PSD and the fact that cloud PS. Sees when we shipped Photoshop an ipad. We'll also run an automatically show up on your desktop product. And so suddenly you'll have this cloud powered round trip experience akin to like a Google docs experience where literally you're the source of truth of your Photoshop. Creation is in the cloud, and it allows us to do all kinds of fun things right? Because all these ingredients again are there, they in their original form, their altered form, and so you can always sort of go back in history. You can share it and have other people be able to go back and undo things you did. I mean, there's so much potential unlocked and we take this new model now, then you asked about files. So one of the things that we're going to have to overcome is our obsession with the organization of files in the desktop file folder format. We have a lot of customers who you live by that, and and I think that you know, we're, we're finding some creative ways of helping bridge people over to this new world..

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"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Adobe would have created light room CeCe light room classic is a product that some of the greatest Tigers in the world us and swear by and have deeply entrenched workflows. And so as a team, we said, you know, we can't just kill that and create this modern product. Even though there's a whole new generation of folks who want this different experience. And that's why we have both light room classic as well as light room CeCe. So that metaphor is that people should understand Photoshop on the ipad, or is it the same Photoshop? It's a bit of a different metaphor because we don't have the new version of Photoshop that will come to ipod in two thousand nineteen that we showed off at max. That is not also coming to the desktop as a different version of Photoshop, right? And so there's still Photoshop across every surface, and there is one Photoshop for each one Photoshop experience. The way I think about it is that Photoshop has stopped being product desktop product, and it's become a system. And so when you create something on Photoshop on desktop, you can actually see it on ipad and pick up where you left off. And there's so many actually interesting workflows around retouching around just small edits on the run. People that want are on doing photo shoots. And there's so many instances where customers just want Photoshop quickly with their fingers or their pencil as opposed to putting it up on the desktop. And so that's really what this product was created to do. How much are you leaning into the pencil? Is this a stylus driven product? We're really excited about the pencil because it's I think that you'll see the importance and capabilities of this accessory grow over time. We do collaborate with apple a lot on this, and I have to be careful what we can say. All I can say is that it's not just us come on, what are you. What is important part of using the product on ipad? I really believe that it will grow in importance because it's part of a new interface. Right? And when you have a group of.

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"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

"The real thing and in order to do that, there are now fast forward through a couple years worth of exploration, deepen the labs at adobe of how can we take this twenty five plus year code base and make it as if not more efficient. And it turns out actually Photoshop an ipod is even faster in some instances than anything you'd see on the desktop. How do we really make sure that it's the core engine of Photoshop, it's not some proxy or hybrid, or it's the real thing and therefore, how can you have truly compatible Photoshop experiences across every surface? And that's really what we set out to do at that point, knowing it would be years away and today was the day. Why specifically? Now we're is, have you had a calendar on the wall and you're waiting for some event? There's a new. GPO in the twelve processor or whatever, or was it. We finally just had enough time to finish it? What was the sort of precipitated a lot of, I mean, clearly the stars have to align for a product like Photoshop, which is really the creative worlds, creativity application. It's capable of anything to really come to an entirely new platform. There are things that had to happen on the hardware side in, and that's where our partnership with apple really came in here as well as on the software side in the full stack of Photoshop was underneath the hood and also an entirely new imagination of the UI and the experience for the modern customer. Right now, we talked about just as we kicked off how how hard it is to learn Photoshop and how people are really proud once they learn the product over years of using it. But at this point, people say they wanna Photoshop something and they come in and they want to accomplish really powerful things very quickly. And so this was also an opportunity for the team to take a step back and say, how do we have a new approach to the user experience of this product? And you see that with what we demoted. At max and what will ship later in two thousand nineteen. So just to be clear for the listener Photoshop on the ipad is not. It's not the desktop app running on an ipad, which would be amazing and incredible, but it is not thing. It is a new interface. Yep. And so I'm a big fan of light room, c, c, which was last year max units, light room as a my. And you've got, you've got your classic, which is the big full feature desktop application. And then you've got, which is sort of a scope down version of light room that's growing joblessness the modernized clouds cloud first product. The way I like to look at it is if adobe created light room today, knowing everything that knows about cloud workflows, working across surfaces, wanting it to be accessible..

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"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Boston either way the boss would choose Hilton hotels and resorts to get down to business and will the pleasure checkout Hilton hotels and resorts travel like the boss Henry from the verge cast. This week's interview episode is with Scott Belsky from adobe. He's adobe chief product officer in charge of creative cloud and adobe just put out Photoshop c. c. four, the ipad. It's the full code base of Photoshop on the ipad. It's taken them forever to do it. They finally made the move. We actually got an early preview of it. We've had it for a week before the announcement. Lee, one of our tech reporters and an excellent web comic artists has been using it for a week. You can look at that video on the site. Dominant. I sat down with Scott. We talked about why they decided to put Photoshop on the ipad. Now how it's going to be different and where it's going next to really interesting interview that gets, I would say a little bit philosophical a little bit weird. I think you're gonna like it, check it out. Okay. We're here with Scott Belsky who is the chief product officer at adobe. He oversees of creative cloud. Thanks for trying to Scott. Thanks for having me and I actually brought Donnelly. One of our reporters who actually is good at using shopping illustrator, unlike I mean, I've been using it for a while, but I think with Photoshop it's something that you kind of learn over time and it's like just so many features on it that it can take like years. I think to just master like everything. Yeah, yeah, which is both a great end somewhat challenging thing for new users as well. Right. It's certainly true. So speaking of Photoshop, Scott, you have really exciting news this week. You announced it max, which is your conference that Photoshop is coming to the ipad, which it wants feels like now is exactly right time. Apple's got the pencil. They got ipad pros talking about new ipad pros and then also super overdue. So where do you, where do you think that lands on the spectrum of chronology. Well, I have a lot of personal history on this topic. My last tenure at adobe after adobe acquired Behan, which is company that I founded many years ago. I also took on responsibility overseeing the mobile products organization, which at the point where we were starting this up in, say, two thousand thirteen, two thousand fourteen there was not much there. And the goal of course, was always bring our conic products like Photoshop to mobile products as well as ipads and Android devices, not sort of thing. I mean, embarked on a process to do that. But even the thought of putting something like Photoshop to a mobile device was almost laughable at that time. And instead the teams were thinking, okay, how do we bring some of the features that people would want to do on a product Photoshop to mobile? How do we maybe allow you to push a file that is compatible with a Photoshop in a desktop like product and there were number of explorations, and I remember at the launch of ipod pro for apple. One of my team members was in the keynote. We had worked in continue what really closely with apple now. But at this time we were really proud to launch a few different Photoshop branded products on the ipad pro. It was an exciting keynote and we shared it. And then at the end, an apple executive came up to me and said, yeah, this is great. Thanks for working with us, but whence Photoshop. It was just like, oh, you know, we just had this huge launch and we're so excited about what we're pushing out in the world. But he was saying something that everyone else, including, you know, our team was thinking, which is what, if you could really have native Photoshop, like.

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"photoshop" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Lot of shortcut kind of stuff going on there that i really appreciate so i like that a lot pen and brush controller okay and if in affinity but i i don't know i i this is a hard one i'm going to say it's not that different than photoshop actual painters digital painters out there may find things more different than i do but to me they selection of brushes at a default level or pretty similar photoshop has the edge with you being able to get third party or you know manually downloaded installed sort of brushes and filters and that sort of thing so but if you're okay with the with the number of stuff that usually comes with a package like this they're pretty quivalent in that regard and like i mentioned before affinity supports psd so all that stuff is interchangeable specially if you're like me and you end up using photoshop and affinity pro era excuse me affinity photo for different reasons are different different use cases i'm not saying everybody should do that in fact i'm i am getting to the point this conversation well i will explain to you which one you should get depending on who you are all right i have defended vance's at the end of all of this little tell you whether you need to invest in sarah sa finnity pro or belly up and pay the monthly fee it cost now to be a c subscriber for adobe don't worry we're getting to that from the mobile perspective adobe mobile apps have kind of been okay but they're not full blown photoshop illustrator that kind of stuff that's not what you're getting adobe sketching adobe draw are very very basic very watered down versions of what photoshop illustre.

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"photoshop" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Then comes photoshop and affinity photo for me those are the next two down the line and again i know there are a bunch of competitors out there that i'm not including in today's comparison but do you guys really want to sit and listen to a dns labs where i go on and on and on about fifteen different competitors to photoshop i don't think you do besides these are the front runner so it doesn't matter anyway but tectonic is really good and affinity pro in fact i think i prefer it over photoshop photoshop has long supported text obviously and you know all the features you expect with that scalable text with the you know victor vector taxi can convert to rasther and lots of fun handling stuff in text effects and all that stuff photoshop just great at that not a problem but affinity pro one ups them in my opinion by just making access to the text elements in your composition much easier to get to and in fact threw me off at first because i thought well i shouldn't i be able to i have to have to go over to the layers and then get to a text layer and then edit that text layer that's how photoshop does it in this world not so much you can literally just click on the word say the word is then you click on the word then and boom you're selecting no matter where it is in the order that it's in in in the layers can be under the over other layers the only exception would be if it's locked you won't be able to edit it and you can of course mainly lock unlock layers like he can photoshop but all that functionality is there that photoshop gives you they just kind of one up at with like oh do you want to just quickly get into this text and not have to double click thing and then wait for thing and then go to another thing.

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"photoshop" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"photoshop" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"This is t ns labs and i'm scott johnson greetings everybody it has been awhile hasn't it promised a while ago that i was going to do a photoshop affinity photo comparison for designers artists photographers out there and editors or whoever might use photoshop or photoshop like programs for anything they're doing whether it's a hobby or job or some sort of production i'm here to answer some questions for the longest time twenty five years in fact there was one standard when it came to photo editing and digital art that has been and still is adobe photoshop it's only in the last couple of years though we've seen a few challengers emerge and it's made some people think about jumping ship from photoshop to something new and one of the most prominent and the most recent is affinity photo by sarah affinity photo f f i n i t y photo now as a photoshop user for pretty much those entire twenty five years it's crazy to think about i thought it would be a good idea to give affinity a look and see what all the buzz was about a few of my professional artists friends have been reading about it and even more of my photo friends have joined the chorus since then i should mention there are certainly other photoshop competitors out there a various kinds with different areas of focus but affinity photo is risen above the rest and is i think the first real potential contender to the throne and i'm not alone in this thinking.

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