We learn all about Adobe Photoshop CS4 this week, as we are joined by Bryan O’Neil Hughes from Adobe. He tells us about some of the coolest new features in CS4, whether or not it truly is a more user-friendly program, and why it costs so darn much.
But one lucky listener will get the full version for free, just by entering this week's contest. It's the biggest prize we've ever offered on Digital Photography Life (or on any other podcast, for that matter). It come to you courtesy of the good folks at Adobe, and we greatly appreciate their generosity. Just answer the question on the show, and send your response to us at email@example.com. We'll pick a correct answer at random on January 1, 2009.
We also appreciate the support of Digital Photography Life's inaugural sponsor, SmugMug. SmugMug is our favorite site for sharing and - should you chose to accept this assignment - selling your photos. SmugMug has two fantastic offers just for our listeners:
- 50% off your SmugMug service at any level (enter code "Flickr" at checkout). This is a fantastic discount and you should take advantage of it in time to share your holiday photos!
- A free camera strap to any listener of Digital Photography Life: This one is just crazy. A high-quality camera strap that replaces the neck-slicing piece of canvas that your camera's manufacturer condescended to include with your DSLR. Get your freebie here.
As usual, Michael and I also go over the digital photography new of the day, including these earth-shaking stories:
- Red's very interesting approach to high-end, modular cameras.
Canon's rebate-less rebates (thanks CanonBlogger!)
DXOMark's sensor rating and review page
Popular Photography's positive review of Sony's new A900 and their groundbreaking 12MP camera phone
And, most importantly, the sad tale of Susan and her cheatin' husband's magic iPhone.