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Macphun Noiseless – First Look

April 9, 2015

Noise has been a bette-noir of the digital photographer since the first digital images were created and it persists to this day even with the massive strides the camera companies have made with technology to minimise it. All that said the problem is still out there and evident in every camera from the high-end DSLR through to your smartphone camera. [More]

A Look At Screenflow Screen Recording Software

February 21, 2014

In this video I take a departure from Photoshop and take a look at Screenflow. This screen recording software is more than meets the eye, it has all manner of bells and whistles, which is why it's become my recording, and editing choice for tutorials. [More]

OnOne Perfect Photo Suite 8 – The Verdict

December 12, 2013

First up, this application works as a standalone or with Lightroom, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements or Aperture and there are three purchasing options, the Premium Edition works with all of the above and as a standalone, the Lightroom and Aperture version works with those two applications, Elements and as a standalone and the Standard version is a standalone only. Currently prices for the Premium edition are discounted to $179.95 (approx. £110 on 9/12/13) for new users and $99.95 (approx. £61 on 9/12/13) for an upgrade. There is a free 30 day trial available too from http://www.ononesoftware.com/products/suite8/ [More]

Review – OnOne Perfect Suite 8 Public Beta

October 17, 2013

onOne software recently released a public-beta of their latest version of Perfect Photo Suite which could be a very significant point in the companies development as a maker of plugins for Photoshop, Lightroom & Aperture and a creator of a stand-alone processing application. I’ve downloaded a copy to have a play and see how it works. Now, obviously this is a public beta so there are some issues, bugs and blanks to be filled etc., so its impossible to make a proper judgement of what the final release will be like but we can get a reasonable idea of what the software will do. [More]

Focus on Photoshop Lightroom – A Review

July 15, 2013

Photoshop Lightroom is, as any of the Nuts will tell you is an amazing piece of software both as a stand alone application or a compliment to Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Like all powerful software it can be a bit daunting when you first open it, so maybe a good book would help? [More]

Resize Software – A Retrospective

July 11, 2012

First off, let me be candid. The thing that prompted this review…well, I got miffed. It started with my not being able to use my Perfect Resize 7 in CS6. I had to close CS6, open CS5, open the [More]

Review: Epson Perfection V700 Photo Scanner

April 6, 2011

I’ve spent the last few months working with the Epson Perfection V700 Photo (V700), courtesy of the wonderful folks at Epson, and am finally ready (I think!) to share my opinion of this marvel of [More]

Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner Review

November 11, 2010

First off, let me say that I never intended this to happen. What I intended was a thoughtful, clear review of the Flip-Pal mobile scanner, complete with what I liked and didn’t like about the [More]

DVD Review : Photoshop Essential Training

October 25, 2010

Regular readers of TipSquirrel.com and certainly those that follow TipSquirrel on Twitter, will be aware of Stuart Little and A Little Photoshop. In the first incarnation of this blog I would report [More]

A Look At Photoshop Elements 9

September 21, 2010

Adobe announced the release of Photoshop Element 9 today so I took a look around. I’m new to elements and I have to say, I quite like it. In this short video I look at a few of the major [More]
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