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The next version: Photoshop CS 2.0?
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It's always interesting to see what's speculated and what's actually delivered. Seems that some of these features were rumored for CS.
Anyway, something fun to think about.
Found a different perspective of what might be included here:
Still all speculation, but fun to wish!
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A little food for thought........
There is a good solid reason why, up to now, filters and adjustment layers don't mix. A filter you apply once and it's over, but the effect of an adjustment layer is recalculated in real time every time you make the slightest alteration.
An adjustment layer works on each pixel of the image independent of the next so the calculation is pretty quick.
A filter, on the other hand, can calculate the interaction of a whole area of pixels and so some filters (example Diffuse> Anisotropic) can take a l-o-n-g time to run.
If a filter is going to act like a real-time adjustment layer then to be viable it will need a very fast processor - or you're going to need a lot of patience!
Just like a new release of Windows , if you want to use the new version - you may have to say goodbye to your old faithful machine .
Interesting presentation title ("Camera Raw in Photoshop CS2") here:
Apparently this was presented at the recent (late Feburary, 2005) PMA conference.
No mention of CS2 in the text, but who could miss this title? Julieanne is one of Adobe's internal hotshots.
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Interesting change: Sometime between 2/27/05 and 3/02/05, the link title was changed from:
Camera Raw in Photoshop CS2 to
Camera Raw in Photoshop CS
Somebody probably got their knuckles whacked for that boo-boo!
Last edited by DannyRaphael; 03-02-2005 at 07:38 PM.
CS2 Press Release
Press release dated next week is out on the Adobe website - on CS2!
This link worked as of 5:00 p.m. PST...
Last edited by DannyRaphael; 03-27-2005 at 05:51 PM.
Looks like they realised their mistake, but the google cache is still active. http://126.96.36.199/search?q=cache:i...&client=safari
I've attached the pdf of the release in case that dies too.
This one works, too...
Looks like someone at Adobe let the "cat out of the bag" on this one, perhaps purposely.
This news is certainly getting a lot of attention. Nothing bad about that.
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