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    Photoshop CS5

    I've had the opportunity to beta test the newest version of Photoshop these past few months, and while I can't share what new and trick tools are in this edition, I can tell you that it is very user friendly and offers a lot for the laser user.

    The attached photo was cleaned up and prepared for the laser in less than 3 minutes. . .all within CS5. . .and it had a seriously cluttered background. The test was run on gold alumamark.

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    Looks like maybe you used the new content aware fill tool. Offical release is in 5 days so info on the new stuff is dribbling out.
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    Could you post the before picture of the bear to show what you cleaned up?

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    Nice pic. I too have seen one or two of the new things with CS5 and it promises to be very exciting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Corker View Post
    Nice pic. I too have seen one or two of the new things with CS5 and it promises to be very exciting.
    You getting excited about something new
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    Steve , the bear looks like its been in a snowstorm , is that from CS5 or is it the actual pic or is it just the posted pic?
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    Photoshop CS 5

    Rodne,

    Actually, the highlights are caused by the fact that she had a lot of very light fur. . .she had blonde highlights. . .and was out looking to prove that blondes can have more fun.

    The photo was not lightened in any way

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodne Gold View Post
    Steve , the bear looks like its been in a snowstorm , is that from CS5 or is it the actual pic or is it just the posted pic?
    Hahaha! Yep, he/she kinda resembles a big porcupine with a bear face! Only her hair dresser knows for sure
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