This week’s big revelation for me was getting a chance to experiment with Photoshop CC new Camera Shake Plugin. For a 1st generation, I think it is pretty successful. I fed it like 5 images, and it adequately corrected 2 of them. Doesn’t sound great, but when you consider I could not save any of them a month ago, that’s not bad.
Here are some more of the more interesting articles I came across this week:
Photoshop CC: Shake Reduction, and how it works
Last year, Adobe announced Shake Reduction, and I immediately thought of these images of my wife and I, from about 25 years ago. I have been waiting for technology to come, that may actually save these images. Now that CC has Shake Reduction, I can tell you that while results will vary, I was overall impressed. Here are some articles about it.
Creative Cloud, Into the Wild
MacWorld has an amazingly in depth walkthrough of the entire new suite of programs, from the point of view of different professions. I found this to be an interesting take on the topic.
Scientist Eric Chan Discusses Camera Raw
An oddly interesting interview about the recent evolution of Camera Raw. If you didnt know Camera Raw in CS4 and Cs5 was really bad. Cs6 came out, and it was beam of light and hope. I havent had a chance for in-depth evaluation of CC Yet, be he talks about the improvements there.
Photoshop Basic Course Starts This Saturday!
This past week I was evaluating other courses available online. I could not find any live courses for under $700. I can honestly say that this one is the most complete, least expensive, and easy to understand of all the courses I could find.
Creating Realistic Composites Part 1 and 2
You might have seen this, but looks interesting.
50 Excellent Photoshop Photo Effect Tutorials
That is what it is titled, but there are plenty more available than just 50.
Finally – A Photoshop Course Designed for Your Success!
Basic Level 1 Photoshop Course (Starts This Saturday Aug 3!):
Basic Level 2 Photoshop Course:
Intermediate Photoshop Course: