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November 18, 2008
Corel gets a jump on Black Friday

Sales on Paint Shop Pro and Painter plus Free Shipping

Why wait until next Friday? Corel is giving you the chance to be thankful for some real savings well before the post-Turkey Day sales.

They are offering Paint Shop Pro PHOTO X2 at the 50% off price of $39.99. Other values include Painter 4 Essentials ($49.99 full), Ulead Photo Impact X3 ($39.99 full), and Photo Album 7 ($14.99).

Discounts for other Corel products are also included.

Additionally if you order before November 30, 2008, you'll get FREE SHIPPING.

Also check with Corel on Black Friday itself to see the special deal they are offering on the full version of the amazing Corel Painter X. It's their "Door Crasher" special.

Keywords: paint shop pro  corel  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on November 18, 2008 15:43 
Last updated by: on November 18, 2008 16:37

January 18, 2007

Thank You Michael Orton

If you've never seen or heard of the (Michael Orton) technique, prepare for a treat. It works best on nature or landscape photos more than people shots... but who knows. The digital darkroom is all about creativity, so learn the tools and apply them as you see fit.

First, some before and after shots:



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Keywords: orton  tip  photoshop  paint shop pro  digital darkroom  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on January 18, 2007 16:35 
Last updated by: on December 03, 2008 16:58

November 14, 2006

Annoying PSP Photo Bug

Glitch removes EXIF from file

Have been working with PSP Photo XI for awhile now and just noticed a VERY annoying bug that of course wouldn't be so obvious. When you duplicate an image in version X, the EXIF data is properly carried over to the copy -- so you can always preserve your originals. In version XI, however, the EXIF data is simply discarded in the copy.

Now a painful, but simple workaround, is to either work on your original directly and then remember to Save As... a new filename or do a Save As... right off the bat. Neither option is very convenient. In the former, you have to be careful of hitting Save (CTRL-S) during the editing process and overwriting the file accidentally (setting the read-only flag here would be helpful). In the latter, you have to commit to keeping the edited version prior to any edits -- such that if you find the photo isn't going to work, you have to remember to delete the working copy.

Word is that a patch from Corel is due in December. I think JASC used to be a lot faster at getting quick fixes out the door.

Keywords: paint shop pro  bug  exif  digital darkroom  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on November 14, 2006 11:23 
Last updated by: on November 13, 2008 18:12


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