August 11, 2009

More new PS panels: Sharpening, blending

Photographer/coder Glenn Mitchell has posted a new set of sharpening actions panels for use with Photoshop CS4. (He’s excited about scripting & panel development for PS: “From a programmer’s point-of-view, Photoshop CS4 offers extraordinary opportunities to modify and extend the user’s experience with Photoshop… Well done!”)

Elsewhere, Mike Hale took the blending modes panel I mentioned yesterday and upgraded it* to handle multiple selected layers at once. You can download it here (see also Mike’s release notes).

On a related note, in case it’s useful, here’s a list of blending mode keyboard shortcuts.

* Potentially interesting explanation: You can use Configurator to open up & remix any Configurator-made panel: just double-click the .GPC file in the exported panel’s folder (Photoshop CS4/Plug-Ins/Panels/{your panel’s name}/). That is, the XML file used by a panel at runtime equals the source code for that panel. Anyway, I suggested that Mike remix the panel by applying his code to the buttons.

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New Photoshop & Lightroom videos

I’m passing along a few Adobe TV links you may find interesting:


Shortcut to BrilliantMarcus Bell: Tonal Curves

Renowned photographer Marcus Bell talks about the tools he uses to capture those fleeting and precious moments in everyday life.

Shortcut to BrilliantMarcus Bell: Blending Modes

Renowned photographer Marcus Bell talks about the tools he uses to capture those fleeting and precious moments in everyday life.

The Complete PictureTimesaving Features in Lightroom 2

Join Julieanne Kost as she shows you a multitude of Adobe Lightroom 2 features that can make a huge difference in your overall workflow in this Lightroom 2 tutorial.

Photoshop for VideoNon-Square Pixels

Instructor Richard Harrington explains how to mix images with square pixels and non-square pixels in Photoshop. Brought to you by Creative COW.

[Via Karl Miller]

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