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In Photoshop CS4 New Features, leading industry expert Deke McClelland covers the latest developments in Adobe's powerhouse image editor, Photoshop CS4. Deke explores the new tabbed window interface and the Adjustments and Masks palettes, the enhanced toning tools, content-aware scaling and the latest versions of Camera Raw and Bridge, which prove nearly indispensable to the digital photographer's workflow. From the interface to integration, Deke leaves no stone unturned.
So what'd you think? Pretty solid bunch right? I know, the Adjustments panel, whatever. But that Target Adjustment tool, which is part of the Adjustments panel, you gotta like that. That's an awesome tool. Other bright spots, navigation. I told you that was good. And content-aware scaling. That's going to get overused, but then there's all that core good stuff, the Bridge, the Masks panel, Camera Raw, depth of field, the toning tools, Dodge, Burn, way better. All kinds a little stuff too, woven throughout.
I have so much more to share with you, which is why it's so great having this interactive, on-demand library. Just look around for me and I'll be there. In the mean time, for lynda.com this is Deke McClellan saying. See ya! Real soon, 'k?
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