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Photoshop and Digital Imaging related stuff

A major reworking of my Sharpening extension for Photoshop has been released – I’m happy to introduce you to the new features. They say that a picture is worth a thousand words – so a 720p video is… oh so much better!

Enjoy the following weird, fun six minutes, that are everything you need to know about Double USM 2.

What not to like?
You can go buy it here on my website (preferred option) or soon on Adobe Add-ons as well.

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10 Color Samplers Info Palette

Thanks to last Photoshop World Codeathon in Las Vegas, we’ve finally broken the 4 Color Samplers limit in the Info Palette – we’re allowed to scatter up to 10 of them like a machine gun (provided we’ve Photoshop CC updated to the 14.2 dot release, available from Jan 16, 2014 onwards). If you’re in the color correction business, that is a big deal.
[Fireworks popping, people getting naked, etc]

Now, to be fair, this is a pretty old feature request (ignored/postponed…) – something more like a JDI if you will.
But let’s not be the usual mumbling guys for a little bit! Just a little bit 😉

PS
I built an experimental Panel back in 2011, called Power Info Palette – which still shows that there’s always room for improvement! But it’s definitely nice to have native support for 10 samplers in PS now.

GitHub

Back when I started writing Scripts for Photoshop, I’d have loved having Boilerplate code to borrow and learn from. I’ve put a repository on GitHub with my take on that – still in early, alpha stage but some CoffeeScript stuff is there, ready to be forked: feel free to contribute!

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