Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Free Photoshop Stuff

This site has a ton of links and such for you Photoshop afficionados. Plan to spend some time there.
Free Photoshop - Adobe Photoshop plugins & Photoshop filters - Freeware Filters Index: "Here are all freeware filters available on the Net, some directly from this site, most from their author's home page (linked each time)."

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Free Image Hosting

All the images you want. No restriction on size or bandwidth. Sounds very interesting
CNET's new service AllYouCanUpload hosts your images for eBay auctions, MySpace pages and blog posts for free, without bandwidth limits.

Monday, May 29, 2006

Free Mac Image Editing Tools

i m a g e w e l l v2.1: "Finally, an easier way to quickly edit your images and send them off to the web. ImageWell is clean, simple, and xtralean! CNET's publishers voted ImageWell one of their Top 5 Favorites. We think you'll like it too!

ImageWell is the popular image editing software for quick manipulation and upload to an iDisk (.mac account), FTP server or other web server. Whether you are adding images to your documents, editing offline images, or posting photos to the web for others to see, ImageWell will do the work for you. "

Canon Camera Museum

If you are a Canon shooter and haven't visited this cool site, take a moment and do so. All the oldies are there including the famous AE1... what a workhorse camera.
Update: From Engadget
Canon, a company long associated with all kinds of photography, may become the next player to abandon the shrinking film photo business. While Canon says it has yet to make a firm decision, a spokesman said the company is considering whether it makes sense to continue producing cameras for the film market. Canon's potential withdrawal from the film business would follow a similar decision by arch-rival Nikon, which dropped production of all but one of its film cameras earlier this year. For now Canon says it will continue to support existing models, but you may just want to stock up on glass for that EOS before they change their mind.
Sheesh. Well, I guess it was just a matter of time.

22 Pixels is asking for your cooperation

22PIXELS is a web-based community of artists. They recently offered a set of actions, fonts, brushes and textures to the community of Photoshop users. Apparently there was a mix-up and they have issued this notification:
"I have been informed that a user by the name of wildw0lf has ripped these brushes from other works. Ripping means that he took another persons artwork, and then claimed it was his. Many using these brushes are being assaulted for ripping people's work. Most of them unsuspectingly because WW (WildW0lf), had distributed them without any credit to the actual people who made the actual artwork in the begining.

So for you're own sake I suggest you remove any WW brush set, I believe Flock supplies you with sets 5-9."
22PIXELS is a great site with some outstanding content. I am glad to see they are working to correct a mistake. If you have downloaded their package, i suggest you visit the site. If you haven't, I suggest that you too visit their site.

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