"Photoshop World Gems" - Digital Photography Podcast 142

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Photoshop World is the biannual gathering of digital manipulation geeks and gurus. I just returned from the latest congregation in Las Vegas. This report covers goodies I saw on the Expo floor, classes, and the Keynote.

If you depend on Photoshop for any part of your workflow, I think you'll find this Photoshop World report useful.

Monthly Photo Assignment

Quiet is this month's photo assignment. As summer begins to wind down, it's time to change gears a bit and enjoy a few quiet moments. You have lots of latitude for your interpretation of this assignment. You can read more about how to submit on our Submissions page. Deadline for entry is Sept. 30.

Listen to the Podcast

Now that I've piqued your curiosity, it's time to listen to today's audio show titled, "Photoshop World Gems." You can download the podcast here (31 minutes). You can also subscribe to the podcast in iTunes

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Want to share photos and talk with other members in our virtual camera club? Check out our new Flickr Public Group. It's a blast!

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The red/green glasses you wore at Photoshop World are anaglyph glasses. Despite common misconceptions, and retouching of a somewhat famous photo of a movie audience, the 1950s 3D movies were projected using polarized filters and glasses, not anaglyph filters and glasses. Today's IMAX-3D and Reel-3D systems use similar polarized projection.

3D photography (really stereoscopic photography) is alive and well today. There are many people modifying digital cameras to make stereo photos. Some of us even still shoot slide film.

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Thanks for posting this. Would be intrested to read more or possibly please contact me by email thank you!

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