What's New in Photoshop CS2
This tutorial will teach you how to highlight the new features in Photoshop CS2. Also we will be discussing some of the new cool features in Photoshop CS2.
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There's lots of brand new stuff in Photoshop CS2 and the following tips and tricks are just for this version of Photoshop. We'll concentrate in this batch of tips on some changes that are making some people happy, and some people not so happy — and that's the brand new way that Photoshop layers work.
The new Photoshop CS2 Vanishing Point is a powerful tool. This tutorial will show you the basics of this new feature.
This tutorial will show you how to create photoshop CS2 splash image.
Remove objects from images in a single click with the power of the new Photoshop CS2 Spot Healing Brush.
In this Photo Retouch tutorial, we'll look at how to reduce the appearance of noise in an image, including luminance noise, color noise and even jpeg artifacts, all using the Reduce Noise filter, first introduced in Photoshop CS2 (which means you'll need at least CS2 to follow along). Notice that the name of the filter is Reduce Noise, not Remove Noise. As powerful as Photoshop is, there's still no way to take a noisy image and clean it up completely, at least not without removing most of the detail in the image along with it.
This video clip shows how to work with 32 bits of data per channel.
Create a brushed metal logo in Photoshop. You will need Adobe Photoshop 7 or above (all illustrations attached to this article show Photoshop CS2) and you'll want to give your creativity free reign.
how to make a Lollipop Girl in Photoshop. I have used Photoshop CS2 for this tutorial. Please note that this is an advanced photoshop tutorial and I consider my readers to know how to use Pen Tool well. Anyways, beginners may find it difficult but practice always makes a man perfect.
In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we're going learn how to add creative focus to an image using Photoshop's Lens Blur filter, which has been available in Photoshop since Photoshop CS (which means you'll need Photoshop CS, CS2 or CS3 for this tutorial). When most people think of adding a blurring effect to an image in Photoshop, they immediately think of the Gaussian Blur filter, which has been around in Photoshop since the days of the dinosaurs (they used Photoshop BC back then). While Gaussian Blur is still a great filter with plenty of uses, it doesn't offer us much in terms of control over the blurring effect and usually needs to be paired up with a layer mask for it to be of any real use.
There are many possibilities for removing defective image areas in Photoshop. The most advanced one of them is Vanishing Point. Its usage requires a bit of practice, which you may just get over with if you follow this article.