I’ve been pretty wrapped up with work that’s why I haven’t had any posts recently. Watch out though, I have some stuff in store (and in my drafts)… Just wanted to share with you some of the links that I found interesting during my spare time of surfin’ the web:
Photography and Lightroom links:
- Interested in getting textures and how to put them in your images to add more impact? Check out Make Light Real. While you’re there, don’t forget to check ‘The Art of Photoshop’ for some post-processing tips.
- Lightroom Presets: The Ultimate Free List! - A page that combines ALL (and I mean ALL) of the Lightroom Presets on the web. I’m not listed there but you can get hold of my 300 presets via the InsideLightroom.com link.
- Preset Heaven: A great site for free presets. Check it out and subscribe to their RSS feed if you haven’t done so. They also have a tutorial on how to put image stamps on your photos from Lightroom.
- Sean McCormack has a video on how to create a Triptych from 1 Photo in Lightroom.
- Flying With Fish has a review of a new photo-backpack called Kiboko (by Gura Gear). It seems like it’s a great bag that can hold a lot of photography gear. I’ll probably consider that when I have enough gear to put in that bag. Right now, I have too little and I’m looking for more of a laptop/photo-backpack, with enough room to carry 2 laptops.
- If you want to see how some corporate offices look like, check out http://www.officesnapshots.com/ … it’s pretty nice to see how professional or cool an office can be depending on the image of the company.
For the CS4 Addicts:
- To all CS4 fans out there, CS4 products are now available for trial at adobe.com. If you’re interested, you may download them there, or purchase one at amazon.com (they have a little bit of discount and no shipping/taxes!).
- I just saw that Scott Kelby has a page called ‘Inside Creative Suite4 with Scott Kelby’over at amazon.com where he writes about the new features that you get in CS4
- And finally, Scott Kelby’s Photoshop CS4 Book is also available for Pre-Order at Amazon.com (to be released in 2009)… Man, Scott is one hard working person! He has a new book out again! :)
Note: Images courtesy of amazon.com