Here’s another Photoshop CS6 Sneak Peek. This one shows off a selective focus tool that can be quickly applied.
Note the available options include field blur and tilt shift in addition to the iris blur demonstrated in the video. It will be interesting to see how this works when you want to show some shallow depth of field behind a subject while the subject remains in place. I would imagine that that you’ll be able to mask your subject out and then apply the blur to the background layer similar to how we already do in Alien Skin’s Bokeh 2.
Hopefully, the wait won’t be much longer…
Adobe is about to shake things up a bit with a new subscription model for its Creative Suite applications. Adobe has kinda soured the milk recently with its decision to cut upgrades for earlier versions of its software (which it later rescinded for this upgrade cycle), so I’m curious to see how all of this shakes out. [click to continue…]
Check out the latest sneak peek of Photoshop CS6 in the above video, which demos the improvements to content-aware functionality in the upcoming version.
Adobe’s Camera Raw 7, which should be packaged with Photoshop CS6. Like recent iterations of Camera Raw, the engine under the hood is the same thing that powers Lightroom 4, which should be the current version of Lightroom around the release time for Photoshop CS6.
Check out the video below for a look at the tools and interface of Camera Raw 7. [click to continue…]