NVIDIA Unveils New Studio Driver with Support for 10-bit Color for Creatives – Photography Article

NVIDIA has just released the latest version of its Studio Driver, and creatives who use the company’s GPUS should take note. According to NVIDIA, the new driver, “delivers the best performance and reliability for creative applications via extensive testing of creator workflows” by adding support for 10-bit color for creatives who use programs like Adobe Photoshop and Premiere. The new driver was announced at SIGGRAPH 2019, and it’s a big deal for PC users who don’t want to pony up…

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This is What Photoshop Was Like in 1988 – Photography Article

Think your Photoshop is slow? Check out what it was like to use Adobe Photoshop version 0.63 Beta. Here’s a humorous 13-minute video (warning: there’s strong language) in which Krazy Ken of Computer Clan tries editing some photos inside the Photoshop that existed back in October 1988. The photo editing was done on an old Macintosh with a 32MHz 68030 processor and 8MB of RAM. While you obviously won’t find the modern tools photographers have come to know and love…

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