Here is a free Adobe Photoshop script, written by Joe Colson, I’d like to share with you. the PrintEXIF Script.
PrintEXIF is a script for Adobe Photoshop CS2 that automates the presentation of shooting information (EXIF) for either a photo that is targeted for the Web or a photo that will be printed. PrintEXIF creates a frame around the photograph and “prints” shooting information â€“ EXIF data â€“ in the bottom of the frame. It uses both standard EXIF data and data that has been recorded in the IPTC Caption field by Nikon Transfer.
With the release of the new Canon EOS 1D Mark III, Canon also annouced the version 3.0 of Digital Photo Professional, its free high-performance RAW converter, that is scheduled for release in April 2007.
Here is a list of the major upgrade to Digital Photo Professional (version 2.2 to 3.0)
This HDR tutorial was provided by Aitor Escauriaza, and posted under ADIDAP Readers’ Section.
I love Black and White picture, who doesn’t ? But I usually have a very hard time doing my own conversions and I find it much easier to use “ready made” actions and formulas on the web.
Not so long ago I’ve pointed to 17 Channel Mixer formulas that can easily be used in Adobe Photoshop.
While we are still waiting for the Adobe Camera RAW 4.0 that is supposed to ship with Adobe Photoshop CS3, Adobe have release ACR 3.7 for Adobe Photoshop CS2 supporting 2 new RAW format for the Nikon D40 and the Pentax K10D.
For detailed installation information and for download make sure to check Adobe Website