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Adobe Announces Photoshop 7.0
Adobe announced Photoshop 7.0, which sports a number of improvements which focus largely on improving web production tasks. There are improvements that game developers wi...
Adobe announced Photoshop 7.0, which sports a number of improvements which focus largely on improving web production tasks. There are improvements that game developers will appreciate, however, including:
A new "healing brush". The healing brush improves users' ability to retouch images, by removing dust, scratches, blemishes and wrinkles, while preserving shading, lighting, texture and other attributes.
New file browser. The new file browser allows users to locate, organize and visually manage images, as well as view EXIF information from digital cameras, including date captured, exposure settings, and associated metadata (such as creation and modification dates).
Customizable workspace for saving the arrangement of palettes and settings for tools, which gives you instant access to a personalized Photoshop desktop.
New painting engine. It lets users create custom brush presets, simulate techniques like pastels and charcoal, and add special effects such as grass and leaves, while the new pattern maker plug-in can create patterns such as rocks and sand.
Adobe Photoshop 7.0 will ship in the second quarter of 2002 for all platforms, at an estimated street price in the US of $609. Upgrades will cost $149.