As Apple announces the release of it’s new mini-ipad , there are several reports that the iPad mini has a 7.9-inch non-Retina 1024×768 resolution display! It is just 7.2mm thin, 23 percent thinner than the regular iPad, yet many industry watchers believe that Apple will have an asking price of $329. The scheduled release date is November 2, 2012.
I have always been a fan of Apple products, especially as a work and productivity tool. I know this sounds a lot like the making of a glowing testimonial, but I have been a satisfied customer with the brand.
I can remember getting into heated discussions with PC users at a previous place of employment, it was the PC end users that were cranky. It’s really too funny. But in my opinion, most graphic designers agree that Apple computers and Adobe software are the industry’s tool of choice.
I can barely remember the first day, I started using Apple products. As a graphic designer, it has always been the graphic design’s industry top tools to use, so there hasn’t been a day in my working life that I have thought of or used any other product as my workhorse computer. As a matter of fact, I believe the Adobe software was created initially for Unix computers.
However, Photoshop’s ( Adobe software) developers, Thomas and John Knoll began development on Photoshop in 1987. Version 1 was released by Adobe for the Macintosh in 1990 exclusively.
The software program was developed in order to enable users to manipulate images that were digitized by a scanner. Check out this article on The First Version of Photoshop, if you are curious to know the history of this software.
Yes, I know the PC platform is quickly catching up, but I think I’d still be loyal to the Apple brand. So, in the spirit of all things Apple, I created this Photoshop CS5 video that gives step by step instructions on creating a modified morph using the Apple logo to show the transition of Apple’s brand.
How to Morph A Face Using Photoshop CS5
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