I'm happy to report that my dear friend and talented coder Giuliana Abbiati aka Cromaline has just updated to version 1.1.3 her amazing Photoshop extension "CPT - Channel Power Tools", in order to support Photoshop CC.
Soon after the public launch of Adobe Creative Cloud apps, some users reported to have run into troubles installing extensions from the Adobe Exchange panel. Here are the most common issues and the suggested workarounds, waiting for official patches.
Theme Switcher is a free Photoshop panel that gives you a handy way to switch Theme (i.e. the user interface color: Original, Light Gray, Medium Gray and Dark Gray) in a click - no need to bother with Preferences anymore!
It's fascinating the complexity of designs you can get just mixing Gradients with parametric Curves built via scripting in Photoshop - that can be used for textures, bump maps or displacement maps, abstract designs or animations.
Double USM is the brand new Sharpening script for Photoshop coded by Davide Barranca; in this third post of the series I'll show you examples for traditional sharpening, HiRaLoAm (High Radius Low Amount) and mixed sharpening.
Double USM is the brand new Sharpening script for Photoshop that I've coded; in this second post of the series I'll cover the user interface, functionality and how to record it into an Action for batch processing.
Double USM is the brand new Sharpening Photoshop's script I've coded! Let me introduce it to you in a three posts series: in this first one I'll be discussing why it's useful and how it works. Post #2 will be about the interface and how it works. In Post #3 I'll show you examples and we'll try to find a place for it in your own image processing workflow.
Are you looking for Photoshop Extensions? I'm pleased to announce that CS Extensions, a brand new website entirely dedicated to Creative Suite products targeted to Photographers and Retouchers, is finally online (a project that kept me quite busy in the last two months).