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Software Review:Adobe Photoshop 5.0 beta

The Web Professional's Graphic tool? Layering It On In other words, let's say you want to add a drop shadow to your company logo. Fine. Then you decide that you want to add a horizontal rule below your logo. If you're using layer effects, you simply draw the rule and the drop shadow is automatically applied. Very cool. It's Getting Better All The Time
With all of Photoshop 5's new features, it's nice to see that the development team has taken the time to improve upon already existent capabilities. My pick for greatest Web-related refinement? The new and improved indexed-color conversion. Does this sound familiar? Mode->Indexed color->Adaptive Palette->3bits. No, too dithered. Undo. Mode->Indexed color->Adaptive Palette->4bits. Better, but still not right. Undo. Mode->Indexed color->Adaptive Palette->5bits. Finally!


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