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3D modeling program for the Mac

I've always said there needs to be a lower cost Mac alternative to the blood-sucking modeling programs on Windows. In several previous columns we've talked about this very cool 3D modeling program for the Mac. Now, Cheetah3D 5.7, professional level 3D modeling solution for Mac OS X has been updated. July 12, 2011

Digital Forensics Solve Crimes

The good guys are getting better and better at capturing online criminals. Digital Forensics plays a huge role in solving all kinds of crimes. This article from the FBI is a sober reminder that what we do on a day-to-day basis can and will be held against us! July 9, 2011

Imagerie got layers

Here's a unique new image editor built for Mac OS X -- designed for the most daily tasks ; built with a very modern core engine featuring layers management, vector tools, gradient editor and an innovative history navigator. June 29, 2011

Photoshop Pen Tool Drawing Savvy

One of the least used tools and processes in Photoshop are the pen tools and vector drawing. People just seem to forget them in Photoshop in favor of Illustrator. By the time you finish this five-page tutorial, sent in by Fatma, you'll be a Photoshop Vector Expert! June 29, 2011

Photoshop Madness: help those photos

So you're out there shooting up a memory card with photos and you get home to discover -- these shots suck! Well, this edition of Photoshop Madness offers some quick cure Photoshop actions and retouching to turn BLAH into WOW! June 29, 2011

Real World Color Matching

The toughest challenge many graphic designers encounter is matching digital color to real world color. It's fine until it leaves the computer or digital output -- but if you have to plan, design, construct, or manufacture anything that will be painted, you're in trouble. This app may be a life saver! June 28, 2011

Tutorial: Retouching skin in Photoshop

Shooting this summer? Shooting at the beach? Shooting at sporting events? Chances are, you'll get some shiny, oily, perspiring skin to deal with! Thanks to Chris - IZA Tuto - this tutorial on skin retouching shows some savvy technique all beginner to intermediate Photoshop users should know -- how to clear oily and shiny skin (often referred to as hotspots) June 28, 2011

Allen Babbitt: Un-still Photography

A hand tremor is not high on the list of desires for most photographers, so when Alan noticed his hand shaking, and found out he had Parkinson's, all he could say was "Uh oh." Yet art photographer Alan Babbitt has turned his Parkinson's tremor into an innovative art technique -- Un-Still Photography June 27, 2011

Tiny Marvel for Small Business

This tiny marvel delivers rechargeable barcode scanning and asset organization for small business. With a stunning industrial design, rechargeable battery, included inventory software, and integration with the apps Mac and PC users utilize most June 27, 2011

Media Update 1106-28

This edition of Media Update follows up on our previous edition earlier this month. In this edition see : * Facebook Test Mines Real-Time Conversations for Ad Targeting * Five Ways to Make Communicating Web Analytics Data Easier * How to Use LinkedIn Today to Find Popular Content * Is Sharing More Valuable for Publishers on Facebook or Twitter? * Twitter tip: Tweet on the weekend * What's Next for LinkedIn? ... and more. June 27, 2011