Category: Photoshop

This one’s is pretty impressive. A group of scientist came up with an algorithm for resizing an image. The idea is to stretch or shrink the image while maintaining the image’s main focus. Unlike standard non-uniform stretching or contracting, which leads to distortion, this method allows the subject to stay uniform while modifying the contents of an image. The image is treated a lot like an MP3. What MP3 does for compression is it removes sounds that people cannot ordinarily hear and thereby makes the file size significantly smaller. Click heading for video. I’ve also added a link to the internet resources section, on the right, to a web based application based on this algorithm.


This is a great little tutorial on photoshop using a screen recording app called Camtasia Studio.
Take a look at it and visit Camtasia’s website at the link below.

If you need a screen recording software this is a full blown professional version with several cool options like PIP video, voice overs, title tracks, and soundtracks. The interface is simple and the company provides various video tutorials in order to help you get the most out of your experience.

The interface is user friendly and well thought out with the essentials placed in all the right places.

Camtasia Studio

Below a series of videos that show you how to use photoshop. The educational value is minimal but the comic value is priceless. Enjoy. (Thanks Richie)

First part

Second part

Third Part



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