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Photoshop CS4 Quicktip
On today's show we've got exciting news about a special Photo Day on TWiT Live, hosted by our good friend Chris Marquardt. I'll be joining Chris on air at 4pm pacific (midnight UK time). We've also got another quick tip showing some of the new targeted adjustment features in Photoshop CS4. These features have been ported over from Lightroom and make editing your images much more natural. And of course we have a new assignment ready for our next show - the big Episode 100!
Today we introduce the new CS4 tabbed windows interface and show you how to wrestle under control the tool palettes. We've also got a brand new composition segment showing you how to shoot panning shots with all the basics plus some advanced tips. There's a new assignment and we review the entries to our last assignment, Pencil, to the music of Matthew Ebel.
In today's show we have a really useful and interesting viewer question about workflow where I really get into what I typically do with a large set of photos when I need to process them. Then we take some more time with Photoshop CS4 and discover what I think is the most compelling new feature. We finish with the entries to last week's Light and Shadow assignment set to the music of Jason Reeves.
Today we've got the start of a new short series of quicktips on Adobe Photoshop CS4 and one of the new features - the Adjustment panel that really makes one of the most frequent Photoshop actions much quicker and more intuitive. As well as that we've got a viewer question and answer, some news of more workshops and a new assignment.