You've researched, planned and shot an excellent photographic story -- well, unfortunately your work is not done.
His smiling image has been cut out of a snapshot and carefully added to a photo of his father, so it looks as if the boy is standing beside the man. It smacks of a bad Photoshop job, but it gives the two a shared moment, even though they never met.
Using materials such as Nintendo cartridges and obsolete computers, Cory Arcangel's works fuse technology and art.
Anyone entering Cory Arcangel's exhibition "Pro Tools" at New York's Whitney Museum this week could be excused for thinking they had stepped into a technology morgue. As the The New Yorker's Andrea K. Scott puts it, Cory finds "abject beauty in the way that modern technology is doomed to obsolescence."
Profitability isn't enough for Jensen Fund. Consistency matters too.
It's 2011 and it's time to take control of your job search. This year, it's no longer up to companies to hire you, it's up to you to get hired. Forget about how the economy is doing. Reflect on last year if you must, but then forget about that, too.
Facebook unveiled a redesign of its profile pages earlier this month that rearranged users' personal info and photos into a streamlined layout.
In the end, it was Photoshop that did them justice. All of them. It was Photoshop that made the picture complete and the message unequivocal.
Skim through the photos on Flickr or Photobucket, and you'll find pictures of cats pawing at living-room sofas, children playing in backyards and mothers gardening at home.
Those probably were not UFOs that hovered over China recently, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology analyst said.
An MIT weapons analyst says the footage of an apparent UFO was likely doctored with photo editing software.
Photographers have their own version of sleight of hand. They can manipulate people, objects, landscapes and light in images, fooling lesser humans into believing the final product is a representation of reality, rather than something created by hand.
Smartphone cameras are pretty basic. Often they won't zoom. They don't have aperture settings. Usually there's no flash.
Smartphone cameras are pretty basic. Often they won't zoom. They don't have aperture settings. Usually there's no flash.
Digital cameras are now as common and affordable to the average family as the Polaroid of the '60s.
The Dancing star defends Kim Kardashian's looks after a recent photo flap
The $550 Gateway GT5692 is part a new batch of recently released midrange desktop PCs. This particular configuration has an AMD Phenom X3 8450 triple-core processor, 4GB of memory, HDMI-out, and 64-bit Windows Vista.
The unholy trinity of Photoshop, spell check and the Internet mean that even the most illiterate, personality-deficient, hideous troll can land a first date, much to a lady's disappointment.
As any savvy online dater knows, you can spend hours crafting the perfect combination of wit, sophistication, and charm, but all your pretty words won't mean squat if your photo reeks.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that animal shelters have a much more difficult time placing large black canines and black cats
Stephen Colbert may have already earned the title of "Greatest Living American" but now he can add "Webby Person of the Year."
The creators of the hit Web series are back. But first, they introduce themselves to Time.com's Josh Quittner
The digital imaging software king rolls out Photoshop Express, its first free entry into the Web-based photo-management-and-editing market
If you work with graphics or images, the concept behind the Wacom Cintiq series seems like a no-brainer: Combine a display with a pressure-sensitive tablet so that you can directly edit vector art, retouch images, paint, produce video special effects, and so on.
A growing number of researchers and companies are looking for such signs of tampering in hopes of restoring credibility to photographs at a time when the name of a popular program for manipulating digital images has become a verb, Photoshopping
Cassie Phillips is in Battambang, Cambodia, where she will be working with the NGO Homeland.
We recently declared that the HP Compaq 6910p might woo corporate users away from Dell and Lenovo; after spending some time with the $1,049 Acer TravelMate 4720, we think it's a prime candidate to woo users away from HP.
What started as a few seconds of terror for a driver in Utah has become a set of photos so unbelievable they're making their rounds on the Web's myth-busting circuit.
Is John Isner good for tennis? I remember when Mark Philippoussis came around and he had the huge serve but he also had bombs on his forehand. Isner, in my opinion, only has a serve. If you look at his last 10 matches or so, there are a lot of sets that were won at 7-6 indicating that this guy can only hold serve and that is it. What are your thoughts on the rest of his game? -- Mark, Ottawa
"Saddam & Osama Adopt Shaved Ape Baby!" "Vengeful Frogs Eat French Chef's Legs!" The tabloid that pioneered fake news is dead this week. Or is it?
For most people, Post-it Notes are disposable, ordinary office papers used for note-taking and reminders. But for 19-year-old David Alvarez of Leavenworth, Washington, they were the perfect medium for a 10-foot-tall mosaic depicting Ray Charles.
The last volume of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series has already been delivered to customers and magically appeared online just days before its official release Saturday.
Here's another one of those tipping-point stories. It was the end of the month, when I run through the stack of household bills that pile up both on my desk and on the bill-paying page at my bank's Web site. (I'm old-fashioned. I like paper bills. I even check out the cubic zirconium comeons.) This time around, the Verizon bill for my family's four cell phones seemed a little higher than usual, so I went over the 38-page itemized bill. Like most college students, my two daughters live on their phones, but the bill had been pretty consistent. This month, however, there was a spike. Fernanda, it seems, had gotten into texting - and got hit with a $45.65 surcharge, nearly doubling her bill to $93.21.
A color laser multifunction aimed squarely at small offices and work groups, the $700 Lexmark X502n prints, scans, copies, and faxes, and does it all quickly and well. (If you don't need fax, the X500n saves you $200.)
JAKE NICKELL AND JACOB DeHart were fresh out of high school seven years ago when they had the idea that would make them millionaires. After entering an Internet T-shirt design competition, the two Chicagoans thought maybe that was the way all T-shirts should be made. Most stores print a bunch of shirts and lose money on the ones people don't like. Instead, they figured, why not let customers rank designs ahead of time and then print only the winners? The idea grew into an online store called Threadless (threadless.com) that struck a chord with web-savvy designers in Chicago and beyond: Last year Nickell and DeHart sold $16 million worth of T-shirts.
Jake Nickell and Jacob DeHart were fresh out of high school seven years ago when they had the idea that would make them millionaires. After entering an Internet T-shirt design competition, the two ...
Baseball fans -- or maybe just those of us who have too much time on our hands and are too easily amused -- have long embraced the challenging entertainment of concocting theme teams with the names of actual major leaguers. All you need is a copy of The Baseball Encyclopedia or access to Baseball Reference. A common example is the All-Food Team (Darryl Strawberry, Bob Lemon, Jim Rice, Bob Veal, etc.):
Adobe will release a free online version of its popular Photoshop image-editing software within six months, the company said Thursday.
Pop quiz: Which software company reaches the most people around the world?
The name of the show is "Ugly Betty." The lead character -- described as "slightly plump" on ABC's Web site -- dresses awkwardly, wears braces and views life through thickly rimmed glasses.
The software business is littered with the corpses of highfliers that crashed. But Adobe Systems, which made the Fastest-Growing list in 1991, has avoided that fate. In fact, thanks in part to its ...
[HIT] Score one for the little guy. It was a moment execs at TiVo wanted to pause, rewind, and savor: In April a Texas jury handed the company a $74 million judgment in its lawsuit against Dish Net...
It's the spring of 2006, and the sweet scent of entrepreneurship is in the air. Growing numbers of Americans are pursuing their startup dreams. According to the National Venture Capital Association...
A prototype is where the rubber starts to hit the road: It's the first physical embodiment of your business idea, and a tool you'll use to attract the resources you need to grow. Don't confuse a prototype with the final product -- a distracting and potentially fatal mistake. Pretty looks aren't important. A good prototype is just a working demonstration that showcases what your product will do.
As the frequent-flying owner of a graphic design and digital photo business, Blue-Sky Solutions, I need a notebook that's tough, capable, and light. I recently tried rugged ultralight notebooks jus...
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It's good to be king in the enterprise software business. Once a given platform becomes an industry standard, switching costs and network effects make it tough for competitors to dethrone the champ...
It would appear to be a software marriage made in heaven.
Computer scientists at the University of Bath in England have come up with a way to make even the dullest of holiday snaps, quite literally, animated.
Sure, digital cameras eliminate trips to the one-hour photo mart, with its chemical fumes and lack of adequate parking. And they let you erase snapshots immediately, scrapping the misfires that in ...
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - There's a palpable sense of excitement among investors in software stocks. The reason: The sector seems on the verge of a major wave of consolidation.
Cartooning has changed dramatically over my career. When I started it was completely done with pen and paper and you'd use whiteout to get rid of the mistakes and send it off by mail.
Optimism about tech stocks in the wake of strong results from Adobe Systems could lift U.S. stocks at Tuesday's open, pushing the meeting of Fed policy makers on Wall Street's back burner for at least a little while.
Investors will most likely turn their attention to interest rates on Tuesday as some buyers were reluctant to make new purchases ahead of a key meeting of the Federal Reserve.
Technology stocks barely moved Tuesday, buoyed by the chip sector in an otherwise down day across the markets.
A spike in oil prices and weaker June readings on personal income and spending were among the factors pressuring U.S. stock markets early Tuesday.
Record-high oil prices could continue their hex on Wall Street on Tuesday, with futures indicating a lower open for stocks.
The technology sector will take the limelight Tuesday as investors look for action from Priceline and Adobe following Monday's earnings releases. In parallel, investors await numbers on the auto industry and personal income and spending.
This year, for the first time, webloggers were credentialed to cover a national political convention. In addition to the bloggers posting from Boston at the Democratic National Convention, there were dozens of other voices -- on all sides of the political spectrum -- blogging on what they heard and saw in Boston.
When editor-at-large Erick Schonfeld told me he wanted to write a story about the future of Microsoft, it was an easy sell. Like it or not, the company is a bellwether not only for the information ...
Bruce Chizen, CEO of Adobe Systems, has no shortage of good things to talk about. Since getting walloped by the tech recession, Adobe has revamped its strategy and watched its revenues, profits, a...
I want my love affair with my digital camera to continue, but we've developed some issues. The early days together were liberating. There are virtually no incremental costs to snapping more and mor...
Photoshop Elements 2.0 ($99) is the easy-to-use, little-brother graphics editor: It gives you much more power than the crayonlike editor that came with your digital camera without the Ph.D.-level c...
Summer vacations end too quickly, but the memories can be preserved forever--or at least until you grow old and forget who those people in the photographs are--with Hewlett-Packard's Photosmart 755...
CANON EOS-D60, $2,199 Stiffed on another wedding gig because your pics stank? Turn things around with this professional-photographer-friendly, six-megapixel camera that delivers stunning color. You...
At $149 for an upgrade, or even at $609 for a full version for first-time buyers, Adobe's Photoshop version 7.0 is cheaper than plastic surgery when it comes to erasing wrinkles and age spots from ...
I've fallen in love with shutterfly. But it's a tragic affair. My heart aches for what I cannot have.
Burning a CD is a highly satisfying activity. It feels good to do it (I love that vrmph-vrmph sound as the laser does its magic), and you get to use words like "burn" and "rip" when in reality you'...
Buying an easy-to-use camera ought to be a snap. But walk into a photo shop and you'll see that it just isn't so: There are more than 250 point-and-shoot models available, ranging in price from les...
Chances are, you were astounded by the boffo stock market debut of 17-month-old Netscape (ticker symbol: NSCP) in August. As you know, the offering price for this innovator of software for navigati...