Well, it's been a busy summer, but that's the way I like it.
I just completed a full-colour, eight-page newsletter for NET Ministries of Canada.
I used Adobe InDesign CS3 for this project, and I have to say, InDesign CS3 rocks! Like so many of Adobe's applications, InDesign is intuitive, stable, and powerful; an absolute pleasure to use! If you've never tried it, you can download a free 30-day trial from Adobe's website.
I also recently completed a large project for the Propane Gas Association of Canada. They needed a suite of Microsoft Office templates that would allow them to easily create professional-looking documents, on demand, and without having to involve an agency for every production.
Links from the "Interweb"October 4, 2007
I realize that some of this is old news by now... what can I say, I've been really busy.
For the photo enthusiast:
- Camera Raw 4.1 update (PhotoshopNews)
- Tips for better black and white conversions (LightroomNews)
- Hands-on previews: Nikon D3 and Nikon D300 (DPReview)
- Moments Frozen In Time – an amazing five-part series (Novak's blog)
From John Nack's blog:
- Camera Raw 4.2, Lightroom 1.2 now available
- Free new presets for Camera Raw
- New Flash gallery power for Photoshop
- Feedback, please: kuler in Photoshop?
- Feedback, please: User-powered help inside Photoshop?
- Photoshop gets a new logo
- PSDTuts Launches Redesign (PhotoshopSupport)
- How to express blend modes as curves (PhotoshopNews)
- Free Photoshop Video Tutorials From Peachpit Press (PhotoshopSupport)
- Ultimate Web 2.0 Layer Styles (Deziner Folio)
- Essential resource: Iconfinder.net (BittBox)
- Illustrator CS3 13.0.2 update available (Creative Solutions)
- Windows Vista gets skinned (Neowin.net)
- Pantone 2.0 – After 45 years, the sequel to PMS (creativepro)
- The Histogram as the Image (Ironic Sans)