Another CreativeCow.com article – well-written. I’ve been saying for a while that Premiere is no longer the “red-headed stepchild” of editing software, and I’ve been teaching it for a while now. I’m finding quite a few people switching, and this article, by a long-time user of Final Cut Studio for some time, will help explain why.
Yeah – it’s not perfect – but with no access to FCP Studio 3 anymore – and having this come with the Adobe CS5.5 Suite – it sure can work! This also compares Premiere (in part) to Avid.
Gradient banding is the effect in which the transition lines in a gradient are too visible. For Photoshop, this is more often an issue for onscreen images than it is in print (it’s rather the opposite in Illustrator)
on KelbyTV (one of my favorite places) Dave Cross has a very interesting tutorial on some anti-banding techniques.
You can watch the video here:
Adobe’s posted a couple of great articles on using Dreamweaver for styling your websites using CSS:
The first article (http://www.adobe.com/devnet/dreamweaver/articles/css-selectors-pt1.html) is an excellent lesson on CSS Essentials.
The second article (http://www.adobe.com/devnet/dreamweaver/articles/css-selectors-pt2.html) has some REALLY helpful information on what kind of power controls are in CSS3. WOW! CSS is getting stronger and Stronger.
And, with Dreamweaver, we don’t really have to hand-code any of it!
Nice post from my friends at CreativePro.com. This Illustrator tutorial may inspire you to use Illustrator – instead of Photoshop – to create a painting. Think about it – infinitely resizable, clean lines, creative brushes… Check it out!
This FREE guide offers excellent technical information regarding the Acrobat X Printing options, as well as technical details and tips for printing from Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign – and how to make the various programs “play nicely” together when printing.
Did I mention it’s FREE?
This cool After Effects plugin seems to work a lot like the Color Guide in Adobe Illustrator, but on footage! Looks like it can work a charm for those of you who need to come up with great color combinations for Motion Graphics projects, without struggling with color theory. The first 500 orders get a very respectable discount: