- OMG it’s 2014!
- Mao Mao, Mao Mao…..
- Check out We Are Kittens! I am putting effort into that thing!
- Creative Cloud! Now it’s the only option!
The Maximum and Minimum filters Filter > Other are useful for modifying masks.
- The Maximum Filter has the effect of applying a spread (dialation) – Spreading out the white and choking in the blacks.
- The Minimum Filter has the effect of applying a choke (erosion) – spreading out the black and shrinking the white.
It works really well on non-masks as well, and, with Photoshop CC 2014 and the option to choose squareness/roundness, the maximum filter is really good at simulating some nice soft camera bokeh,
I think this applies to many of the major programs, but not sure. Indic Languages include Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu
For Photoshop : Preferences > Type > Choose Text Engine Options > East Asian / Middle eastern & South Asian
For Illustrator : Preferences > Language Option > Show East Asian Options / Show Indic Option
For InDesign: Don’t see anything in preferences, but there is apparently a script you can run.
Of course, it goes without saying that Photosho’s Camera Raw module runs on the same engine as Lightroom… so these features are in Lightroom as well.
- Upright will automatically correct the image to set verticals and horizontals to be straight
- Radial filter is a … radial filter
Preferences > File Handling > File Compatibility section > Camera Raw Preferences >
Options for JPG and Tiff handling. For those times that you want to process JPGs and TIFFs with Camera Raw settings as just plain JPGs
- Disable JPEG Support – Camera Raw dialog box does not open
- Automatically opens JPEG Settings – Camera Raw Dialog box opens if the JPG has been processed with Camera Raw before
- Automatically open all supported JPEGs – Camera Raw dialog box opens for all jpg files.
You can now use Camera RAW as a regular filter. You no longer have to open your JPEGs as camera raw if you just want to use some of Camera RAW’s settings and sliders. Go to Filter > Camera RAW. This also means you can apply Camera raw beyond traditional image types, and use it on PNGs, videos, and more. Cool Beans!