The Luminar 3 Software Bundle is an affordable alternative to traditional photo editing tools. Entrepreneur Store Published 9:00 am CDT, Monday, June 24, 2019 Photo: Entrepreneur Store Photo: Entrepreneur Store Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Store This AI-Enhanced Photo Editor Is a Photoshop Alternative 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom are vital tools for editing and organizing your company’s images. However, if you’re new to digital photography and don’t have the cash flow to hire a graphic designer yet, you’ve got a steep learning curve to contend with. Luckily, The Award-Winning Luminar 3 Software Bundle … [Read more...] about This AI-Enhanced Photo Editor Is a Photoshop Alternative
The Complete Master Photoshop & Adobe CC Bundle will help you create a gorgeous website and professionally edit your photos in no time. Entrepreneur Store Published 7:00 am CDT, Sunday, June 23, 2019 Photo: Entrepreneur Store Photo: Entrepreneur Store Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Store Become a Master at Adobe Photoshop With This Bundle 1 / 1 Back to Gallery A great website that speaks to your customers is essential for your startup, but unfortunately, it costs more than many entrepreneurs can afford as they’re getting on their feet. The Complete Master Photoshop & Adobe CC Bundle teaches you how to get a grip on Adobe’s … [Read more...] about Become a Master at Adobe Photoshop With This Bundle
As powerful visual AI makes its away across the internet, it’s getting easier and easier to manipulate images, audio, and videos, which poses a serious problem for society. Adobe, which has a hand in popularizing some of the earliest image editing technology, wants to fight back—by harnessing artificial intelligence to detect manipulated images of people. The company’s researchers are working with UC Berkeley scientists and DARPA, the Pentagon’s advanced technology research arm, to develop software that is capable of flagging, analyzing, and even reversing facial manipulation in photographs. And the group of organizations wants to make their program available for everyone. In a new research paper, the scientists describe how most malicious photo editing happens in widely available tools like Adobe Photoshop, especially with the software’s warping tool, known as “liquify.” With liquify, any user can deform specific areas of a face to … [Read more...] about Adobe has an ambitious plan to help the public spot fake images
My metal detector gave a loud signal as I swept its coil over the freshly cleared earth. I had just dug up several Civil War bullets a few feet away, but this signal sounded different. It was louder, and registered much higher on my detector's meter than the bullets. Perhaps, I thought, I was about to dig up a Civil War belt buckle? Finding a Civil War buckle is always at the top of my wish list when relic hunting. The year was 1992 and I was scanning a construction site in Centreville, Virginia, which was a busy crossroads during the Civil War. The Battles of First and Second Bull Run, and the Battle of Blackburn's Ford were fought nearby. I was part of small group of "diggers" that chased the bulldozers around Northern Virginia, trying to salvage Civil War artifacts at construction sites before the topsoil was stripped away and the relics lost forever, buried under roads and housing developments. During the 1990s, the woods and fields around Centreville were getting developed at … [Read more...] about Her image had been buried near a Civil War battlefield for 100 years. Adobe Photoshop let me see her face.
Moleskine’s paper notebooks are immensely popular, but the brand has also been developing digital products alongside Adobe for years, from apps to “smartpens.” Now the companies are debuting a more advanced version of these products, the Moleskine Paper Tablet, which is meant to retain the joy and speed of sketching on paper while mirroring your drawing directly into Adobe Illustrator–in real time. Creative Cloud Moleskine Notebook, which was released at the end of 2014, used dotted pages and an app that turned your phone into a scanner to beam sketches as pixels to Adobe Photoshop (or vectorize it through Adobe Creative Cloud into Adobe Illustrator). But the new Moleskine Paper Tablet goes beyond that app-based solution. Rather than just pushing your sketch to the cloud for processing and sharing in Adobe apps, the Paper Tablet uses special paper to allow you to draw in vectors in Adobe Illustrator in real time, as long as you’re drawing with … [Read more...] about Moleskine and Adobe debut a digital tablet and paper sketchbook hybrid