Adobe has announced a release candidate for Camera Raw 8.7, which adds RAW file support to several new cameras listed below. [Read more...]
Adobe has announced its annual refresh of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements with new features geared toward automation for the consumer users.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 and Adobe Premiere Elements 13 try to take out some of the tedious editing processes for photos and video footage, respective. Check out the new features lists for each of the applications below. [Read more...]
Here’s another quick tutorial from Photoshop Principal Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes explains how to create a vignette in Photoshop. In the video, he shows off the effects of different sliders in the Post Crop Vignette panel inside Camera Raw. Of course, the same sliders and tools are present in Lightroom if you haven’t explored them yet.
Additionally, he shows how to use the Lens Correction tools inside of Photoshop itself to add a vignette. Finally, he shows how to use the radial filter tool in Camera Raw to create an off-center vignette.
In the above video, Photoshop Principal Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes shows us how to use several different images with different focus points and create a focus stacked image in Photoshop so that everything is in focus.
During the automation process, Photoshop keeps every image on a separate layer and automatically creates a mask to reveal the areas of the particular layer that is in focus.
Have you used this automated process for focus stacking in Photoshop?