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ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 7 FULL SOFTWARE COMPLETE WITH SERIAL KEY WORKS LIKE NEW
With each new version of Photoshop Adobe never fails to come up with an awe-inspiring mix of great new features, productivity enhancements and tweaks and treats. Version 7 is no exception.
The major difference between this and earlier versions (for Mac users at least) is that Photoshop 7 is Mac OS X compatible. For everyone else the main points of interest are a new healing brush that gets rid of facial wrinkles and other surface blemishes with incredible ease, a long-awaited file browser that allows you to view image thumbnails and metadata, enhanced Web features, automatic colour correction and even a spell checker.
One of Photoshop's many strengths is the versatility of its tools and this has been stretched to new limits. Filter previews are bigger, the liquify tool has been enhanced, brush parameters have been extended and commonly used tool settings can be saved as presets. This means you can virtually do away with the toolbox--instead selecting tools with exactly the settings you need from the presets palette.
Image Ready, Photoshop's Web-authoring and export module remains a separate, linked application. Creation of rollovers is simpler and a new "selected" rollover state takes some of the repetitive strain out of nav bar production.
New output options include Picture Package, which allows you to print multiple images on a single page, and new templates and security watermarking for Web galleries.
All-in-all this is an upgrade guaranteed to keep Photoshop at the cutting-edge of professional image editing.--Ken McMahonSee all Product description
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As always with Photoshop the real power is under the hood. Professionals will be pleased with the new file browser and the 'metadata pane' which displays hidden information stored in digital images. The clone tool has been updated and is now called the 'Healing Brush' enabling a retouched area to more closely match the image around it (ideal for removing spots and wrinkles).
Die-hard Photoshop users will be pleased with the new additions and those just coming to the package will not find it as daunting as previous releases. They may find the price a little off-putting and I can't help thinking that Adobe price the full version a little high. However, given that there is nothing else on the market to touch it in terms of power and usability, I believe the upgrade option is well worth the money. My verdict? If you have a qualifying version the upgrade is a no-brainer. Newcomers may want to gird their loins and wait for the trial version before stumping out. But be warned, once you try it you won't want to live without it.
upgrade but I couldn't really get excited about 7.
If you have PS6 stick with it 7 isn't worth the price of the upgrade. If you've never owned Photoshop before then 7 is of course the one to go for. If I'd never used photoshop before I'd have given it 4 maybe even five stars.
If your not earning 100% of your income from digital imagery then Photoshop 7 is way too expensive. Buy Photoshop Elements and save yourself bundles of money.
Firstly the interface has been improved and streamlined, the context sensitive options bar speeds up workflow enormously, and finally after all these versions the ability to save custome tool settings, if you constantly find yourself retyping cropping tool settings et all, then youll appreciate what an advancement this is.
More layer blending modes to play with, improvements to most of the workhorse image adjustment areas, curves has had a major overhaul, and has become much more user friendly, not least with the ability to expand the size of the dialogue box.
The new tools are in fact great, the healing brush has that real wow factor, and is a great accomplice to the rubber stamp.
Even the texture generator seems to have some applications for creating original artwork.
The file browser is welcome, although for anyone who used to use Corel Photopaint, its merely something which has been missing from Photoshop for a long time.
Despite intitial scepticism, i think this is the best upgrade to Photoshop in a long time, although most of the enhancements should have materialised a couple of years ago, at least they have finally been incorporated.
The new interface is lovely, unlike some new software which looks like the interface was designed with three crayons.
The tweaks such as too the dialogue boxes was an unexpected bonus, as now much finer adjustments can be made, also new and more powerful curves features. dint personally see too much benefit from auto colours but i guess itll prove occasionally handy.
The file browser is long overdue, this was one major feature i always preferred from Corel Photopaint, and finally we have it in Photoshop, maybe four years too late but nonetheless usefull.
The major enhance ment for me is the ability to save tool settings, not least the Crop tool, each tool can be configured with customised settings, which means no more painful typing in the same settings 50 times a day. Again its a case of why didnt we have this in version 5, but better late than never.
The new tools are pretty cool, i love the patch tool, it literally has taken my breath away, magic is not the word. the healing brush isnt quite as user friendly and as obviously useful to me , but this will no doubt make a bit more sense after further use.
The pattern maker has proved to be quite interesting and can actually be used to create some new twists when tinkered with enough.
I find this version (running on XP) runs a little faster.
all in all worth the upgrade.
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