Adobe Photoshop CS5. Learn the secrets to this manual favorite program of graphic designers design. Create impressive compositions and the most striking effects with simple steps. And if you already have experience, discover techniques to optimize your work and new ways to achieve perfect results.
Detailed features of the Adobe Photoshop CS5.
State of the art Camera Raw processing. Remove noise in high ISO images while preserving color and detail. Add creative effects like film grain and post-crop vignettes. Or precisely sharpen images with minimal artifacts
Enhanced 3D performance, workflow, and materials. Quickly optimize performance with dedicated 3D preferences. Get faster previews and rendering with the improved Adobe Ray Tracer engine. Apply materials interactively with Material Load and Drop tools.
Integrated media management. Take advantage of improved watermarking, web galleries, and batch processing inAdobe Bridge CS5. Access assets directly in Adobe Photoshop CS5 using the Mini Bridge panel.
HDR Pro. Apply greater tone-mapping power, creating high dynamic range images that range from photorealistic to surreal. Or apply an HDR look to standard images with the HDR Toning adjustment.
Easy extrusions with 3D repoussé. Convert 2D text and artwork into 3D objects, and then extrude and inflate their surfaces.
Content-aware filling and healing. Easily remove image elements and replace them with content that seamlessly integrates into its surroundings.
Companion apps for Adobe Photoshop CS5 12.0.4 or later. Mix color swatches, select and manage Adobe Photoshop CS5 tools, and paint watercolor images using three iPad apps.
Extraordinary painting effects. Take advantage of realistic painting effects, mixing colors on the canvas and simulating bristles to produce results that rival traditional painting media
Puppet Warp provides a visual mesh that lets you drastically distort specific image areas, while leaving other areas intact. Applications range from subtle image retouching (such as shaping hair) to total transformations (such as repositioning arms or legs).