InDesign Magazine has published my article Introducing Share for Review, for the July 2020 issue. I talk about the new Share for Review collaborative commenting feature, the latest in a long line of InDesign review workflows. What’s new or different about it?(more…)
When you’re not sure whether your applications will work with the latest macOS upgrade, you might go online to see if a website can tell you that your software is compatible. But the advice of others can only go so far, because it may not reveal problems related to the specific combination of applications and hardware you use. A better way is to test the new macOS upgrade yourself.
If you’re getting ready to take the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Exam for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, I recently helped write a study guide for it. Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Video Communication: Adobe Certified Associate Exam Preparation (yeah, it’s a long title) isn’t just a book. Buying the printed or ebook versions of Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Video Communication: Adobe Certified Associate Exam Preparation also gives you access to the Web Edition with embedded videos by experienced Premiere Pro instructor Joe Dockery. I wrote the text that accompanies Joe’s videos.
For many years, Photoshop users and other graphics professionals have wanted proper support for 10-bits-per-channel video displays (also known as 30-bit when counting the three RGB channels together) on Macs. This isn’t about the file format, but the data path to the video monitor. The 8 bits per channel displays almost all of us use today may show banding when displaying gradients, especially in grayscale images, shadows, and in colors dominated by a single channel. That banding goes away on 10bpc displays because of the additional display levels available to each channel.