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PhotoShop CS2

March 28, 2005 | Comments (0)
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Adobe made a mistake and put an announcement on their site for the next PhotoShop release.

A number of new tools for digital photography will be available, including an enhanced Spot Healing Brush, for handling common photographic problems such as blemishes, red-eye, noise, blurring and lens distortion. For film and video professionals a number of 3D features are included like non-destructive editing and the creation and editing of 32-Bit High Dynamic Range (HDR) images, ideal for 3D rendering and advanced compositing and FireWire Previews. Further have access to new tools like Vanishing Point and Image Warping.

“In light of the four million digital SLRs expected to ship this year, more photographers than ever will be making Photoshop CS2 their digital darkroom of choice.” — Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Digital Imaging and Digital Video Products at Adobe.

For the digital darkroom also new tools are available. The file browser has been replaced by Adobe Bridge with cross-product integration across Adobe Creative Suite 2 software. Adobe Bridge also provides access to Adobe Stock Photos and five other elite stock image providers. Adobe Raw is upgraded to version 3.0, where batch processing van be done in the background without starting PhotoShop. New are the non-destructive cropping and straightening controls.

Shipment will start in may 2005 with an expected price of $599,- and upgrade of $149,-.


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