Last year’s release of Photoshop Touch for the iPad brought iOS image editing to a new level. However, the camera in recent iPhone models are superior to those in the iPad, and iPhones are the tools most commonly in-hand for photography. So, lacking a phone version of Photoshop Touch meant being marginalized as a mobile editing tool.
Now Adobe as remedied that situation with new releases of PS Touch specifically for the iPhone and Android. The iPhone version of the app clearly uses the same engine and tools as the iPad version, with new palettes and organization to fit the reduced format of the iPhone screen. This provides a level of control, including powerhouse features such as selections, layers, and warp controls, that have not been available in most iPhone editing tools to-date.[Read More]
Phone photography has advanced rapidly over the years. Some people may have issues with poor image quality, which is often a result of poor photographic technique. This webinar will illustrate various types of phone photos, including Macros, Wide Angle shots, Slow Shutter images, Landscapes, and Night shots.
While analyzing what each photo’s theme and graphic elements are, we will describe how these factors can be accentuated through the use of mobile image editing software. Anyone interested in shooting, editing and even publishing images from their phone will find this session useful in adding to their arsenal of techniques.
Watch as Datacolor Experts David Saffir and C. David Tobie share tips and techniques to bring your creativity in phone photography to the next level.[Read More]
Brazil’s shimmering colors and rythmic vibrations are constantly emanating from Adhemas Batista’s work. An Art Director, illustrator and designer at the same time, this Brazilian artist defines himself as a “color salesman.”
In 2004, he worked with renowned creator Marcelo Serpa on a project commissioned by the Havaianas brand to the AlmapBBDO Agency. It is during this time that this self-educated man, a graphic designer since he was 15, developed his graphic identity. His style stands out, with strong colors and visuals, which have earned him various prestigious awards, including the Golden Cannes Lion in the “Conception” category at the 2009 Cannes advertising festival. At this same festival in 2003, he became known as the “Young Brazilian Creative”.[Read More]
Stanford’s Center for Image Engineering draws a regular roster of industry luminaries as speakers. Recently, Datacolor’s own David Tobie was the featured guest, giving the full-house crowd a “view from the trenches” of how color management works in the commercial world. It was a real eye-opener for many of the Engineering students, and even some of the researchers, to see how the complexities of fielding a successful product create challenges far beyond those that need to be tackled in a research prototype.
David used a series of Datacolor’s product innovations to illustrate his points. Beginning with Datacolor VIEWPORT, Datacolor’s exclusive multi-illuminant product light booth that integrates a calibrated digital camera and color chart to allow for accurate color matching even with complex fabrics like plaids. From this high-end industrial product David moved on to his primary area of expertise, color management products suitable for consumers.[Read More]