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Adobe Photoshop Express for iOS now supports Retina Display, multitasking, better workflow

With an update to version 1.5, Photoshop Express for iOS now supports the iPhone and iPod touch's Retina Display, and iOS 4.2's multitasking. The app is free to download, as always. The app received a few other neat updates, too. You can now shoot continuously from inside the app, making action photography a whole lot easier. Uploading to Photoshop.com and Facebook is also much improved: with m...

Timeline integrates Photoshop with Subversion (SVN) for full version control

My name's Sebastian, I'm a photographer, and I have a problem: I take lots of photos at an excruciatingly high resolution. If 20 megabyte RAW files weren't bad enough, by the time each photo goes through my Photoshop workflow they're 50-100MB each. But that's OK -- I just keep buying terabyte drives. I'm a junky like that! The real problems occur when it comes to editing: sometimes I make dest...

Aperture 3, Apple's prosumer photo manipulation and management tool, is unleashed!

Aperture is Apple's answer to Adobe's Lightroom -- and with Aperture 3 being released today, Lightroom 3 (still in beta!) definitely has some serious competition on its hands. With the tag line 'Taking photos. Further.' -- complete with punchy period and Web 2.0 reflection! -- this new release definitely pushes the envelope on sub-$200 'prosumer' software. If you got a new digital camera this ...

Colabolo - beta collaborative task management

While it seems that task managers are everywhere these days, there's a good reason for it. Task management is all about working out a process for getting your tasks done, and there are a million different work flows. If you're not one for a regimented methodology like Getting Things Done, but need to implement a tool that allows a team to collaborate, check out Colabolo. Unlike many collaboration...

DrawAnywhere lets you make flowcharts on the fly

DrawAnywhere is a neat little app that lets you make flowcharts right inside your browser window, no download necessary. There's a slew of shapes, arrows, fonts, colors, and clipart to choose from to jazz up a boring organizational chart or workflow diagram. When you're done, DrawAnywhere lets you save, print or export your masterpiece as a PDF file or image. While it may not be as full-feature...

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.0 now shipping

After approximately a year of beta testing, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.0 is ready for prime time. Photoshop Lightroom is a software application that helps improve the digital photo workflow by providing a central point to organize and adjust digital images. It is a compliment to Photoshop, not a replacement. If you didn't get a chance to check out the beta, you can download a 30-day trial of t...

Read/WriteWeb on Desktop vs. Browser apps

For many of our daily tasks, the eternal debate (well, 'eternal' meaning 'over the last couple years') has plagued us all: whether to use a desktop app, or a web app? Both offer significant advantages, but not without equally constraining drawbacks. Read/WriteWeb, a tech blog by Richard MacManus, feels our pain, and has posted an in-depth perspective on the issue titled Webified Desktop Apps vs Br...

Getting Things Done Software Systems (Part 1 of 2)

Native Windows (offline-capable) software Scope While there are a great number of ways to put a Getting Things Done system into action on a Windows PC, I'd like to compare and contrast the benefits of using native Windows software like Outlook (arguably the most popular personal information management software on Windows) and handheld computers (in this case a Pocket PC) versus using online web-ba...

Roll your own Bill Gates workflow for free

Want to work like Bill Gates? As has been widely circulated around the interweb, the world's most technologically advanced human has walked us all through his workflow. Unfortunately for us mortals, he's using a bunch of bloated, pricey MS-branded tools. So I took his tools, found free alternatives, and reconfigured his workflow to be a little cheaper. There's nothing I can do about hardware thoug...