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Adobe Photoshop CS5 - Content Aware....

Discussion in 'General Software' started by InnocentCriminal, Mar 25, 2010.

  1. InnocentCriminal

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    saw that today too .. pretty amazing
     
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    I was talking to a colleague and apparently there's a plugin for CS3/4 that cost £13,000 that does the same-thing but I'm very impressed. Unfortunately it's back to Paint.net for me.
     
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    How much does a good Photoshop program cost?
     
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    D'you mean how much does Photoshop cost or d'you mean how much are good alternatives to Photoshop? Photoshop CS4 is $699 USD directly from Adobe.
     
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    does that exist? i'm still happy with cs2 though
     
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    Well that's the thing, I needed to know what he was asking. I haven't found a decent alternative, only free alternatives that are relatively good. Nothing can compare to Photoshop (for me).
     
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    Mehh its alright but i fail to see its use outside of simple images.
     
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    I should have explained that better but what i meant was different versions of photoshop:toast:
     
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    I'm not sure if you can buy much older versions, I was happy with 7 but when GPU acceleration came out and other such grand features I was gaggin' to get with new set it's just so expensive and I'm not a heavy photochop user to justify the purchase. Rather spend the money on hardware.
     
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    You get what you pay for ;)
     
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    ^^

    Qft!
     
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    That is awesome so much easier than doing all that manually.

    Still using CS3 extended.
     
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    Latest version of Paintshop is pretty nice to work with actually, doesn't have this tech though :laugh:


    I'm impressed!

    May have to download the trial of CS5 when it comes out, see how effective it can be.
     
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    Indeed.

    The price/value of something is determined by what people are willing to pay for it. There are plenty of reasons why people, especially enterprises, are willing to pay such a premium for Photoshop over all other alternatives.
     
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    Using CS4 atm, but i definatly want this when it's out. That's an amazing tool. Like said before though, i wonder how it works on non-sample images.

    If it does work, AMAZING.
     
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    Only one way to find once its out dl the trial.
     
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    are you kidding me? do you use photoshop much? this for me is reason to buy CS5. this one feature will save me hours or more a week - not to mention any number of other features they will include, if they've got something this advanced in there.

    that is awesome, thank you!
     
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    Hence the $13K price tag of the presently available plug-in
     
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    I'll stick with Corel unless my boss doubles my weekly paycheck. Only then, i could probably afford Adobe stuff.
     
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    Crap, I upgraded my CS3 to CS4 only 4 months ago !
     
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    I aint buying into this content aware just yet.
     
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    A colleague of mine has been using it at work and even though he hasn't mastered it yet, what he was showing me was mighty impressive.
     

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