From now until November 29th, 2011, you can get Adobe software at discounted prices. The list of software includes Photoshop CS5 (30% off), Photoshop CS5 Extended (30% off), Lightroom 3 ($100 off) & Elements 10 (50%).
Here is the first look at Adobe’s tablet specific editing suite, called Photoshop Touch. It’s very similar to the desktop version of Photoshop, except that some functionality has been streamlined to work with a pen instead of a mouse. In the following video, Russell Brown walks us through this new software, which appears to only be available for Android tablets at this point in time.
If you have ever taken long exposures, or shot in dimly lit areas, you have most likely run into the problem of having noise in your photograph. Despite the fact camera manufacturers are actively trying to reduce noise, this still remains a legitimate problem. The following tutorial will show you step by step instructions on how to use the software Noise Ninja to remove excessive noise from your photographs.
Last week, Apple opened up the Mac App Store, with more than 1000 apps available to download to your Mac computer. This represents a more streamlined way of getting software for your computer, since it is only a click away. More details after the break including how you can get Aperture 3 for less than half price!