New York, NY (PRWEB) August 24, 2005 — Photoshop author and leading expert David Biedny has launched a new podcast show dedicated to covering the vast realm of Adobe's popular Adobe Photoshop image editing software.
Attention Photoshoppers! includes segments on Photoshop related news, step by step techniques to using Photoshop for production and artistic creativity, Photoshop book and companion product reviews, technical analysis, historical anecdotes and interviews with Photoshop luminaries, authors, artists and developers.
"I really love the democratization and editorial freedom of the podcasting revolution," says Biedny, "Photoshop users are on the cutting edge of technological innovation, and a podcast show designed to educate and entertain Photoshop fans seemed like a natural progression of my work in media, imaging and education. There are so many great stories about the people and technology involved in elevating Photoshop to a verb in modern culture."
Attention Photoshoppers! is available through Apple's iTunes, and
Biedny is a longtime author and editor in the world of technology publications, having served as one of the founding editors of MacUser magazine in the earliest days of the Macintosh computer, and his reviews, tutorials and opinion columns have appeared in a wide range of publications including New Media, MacWorld, The Macromedia User Journal, Morph's Outpost, Details, ID and others.
He is currently a Contributing Editor for MacAddict magazine. Biedny coauthored The Official Adobe Photoshop Handbook (Bantam), the first Photoshop book ever published, and also coauthored Photoshop Channel Chops (New Riders), which has recently become the most valued collectible book in the world of technical trade publishing.
At Industrial Light and Magic, he created digital special effects for movies including "Memoirs of an Invisible Man", "Terminator 2: Judgement Day", "The Rocketeer" and "Hook". Biedny was IDIG, Inc. Effects Supervisor for the motion picture "Spawn", and directed the production of 35 digital effects shots in 35 days. His popular "The David Biedny Zone" segment can be heard on Gene Steinberg's "Tech Night Owl" internet radio show.