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With a new iPhoto on the way, plus all the graphic art hardware and software products on display at Macworld Expo, we bring in a trio of creative pros to discuss this week's developments. I'm joined by Jan Kabili, senior trainer and evangelist at lynda.com, iStockphoto chief evangelist Lesa Snider King, and Jay Nelson, editor & publisher of Design Tools Monthly.

Our roundtable discussion ranges from graphic art and design to fonts to photo books, to color management, and back.

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Show Notes

Lesa Snider King is the author of the new Photoshop CS4: The Missing Manual; she also wrote our review of Photoshop CS4. Jay Nelson is also the host of the Creative.Pro Design Tools Weekly Podcast.

We rattle off a lot of products during this podcast. Here are just a sampling:

Axiotron's Modbook Pro (which we profiled in a Macworld Video this week;

the Pogo Sketch pen;

Freeway 5 Web design software from Softpress;

EazyDraw, a vector-drawing app that saw a new version this week;

Freeverse's Lineform drawing tool;

and Photoshop Elements.

We also talk about iPhoto '09, part of the updated iLife suite. And if our talk about book printing intrigues you, check out Jason Snell's blog post on the subject.

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