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    Photoshop CC

    so i now have photoshop CC, and i must say first impressions are very good. one thing i do love is the shake reduction filter, we all try to get our images tack sharp ,but sometime we just miss the mark. Shake reduction really does help to sharpen the image , im still running through the program so still a lot to look at.
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    Guess its a good idea if you need it. Would love to see a before and after shot.

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    Shake reduction sharpening as a concept has been around for quite some time, there have been some good instructions on the net in how to do it, create your own PS action to do it etc for a while now. However, I have not used the PS CC version but have heard that it is quite good.
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    Photoshop CC? Well, what version, CS6?
    As for shake reduction filters, well, try not to use them. You're just re-shaking the pixels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
    Photoshop CC? Well, what version, CS6?
    As for shake reduction filters, well, try not to use them. You're just re-shaking the pixels.
    Am.
    yes sorry cs6

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    Shake reduction filter!

    More manipulating of pixels!

    How pixels revolutionised our photography, particularly our editing!!! I remember years ago my brother introduced me to the original Jasc "Paintshop Pro."
    I was amazed what could be done back then!

    What's next???


    Bucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    Shake reduction filter!

    More manipulating of pixels!

    How pixels revolutionised our photography, particularly our editing!!! I remember years ago my brother introduced me to the original Jasc "Paintshop Pro."
    I was amazed what could be done back then!

    What's next???


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