Photoshop Notes: April 2009

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3D Invigorator

Tuesday, April 28, 2009
posted by Geetesh on 9:33 AM IST

3D Invigorator is a Photoshop compatible plug-in that allows you to create 3D objects within Photoshop using Adobe Illustrator files and fonts. With 3D Invigorator, you can easily model a 3D objects, create 3D logos based on the vector files, and add depth, bevel, and other 3D features, and apply multiple lights and materials such as reflective, transparent, or bump textures to the object for more realistic output. You can do this all without using any other application, such as 3D Studio Max or similar.

3D Invigorator is from Digital Anarchy, a company based in San Francisco, USA that specializes in special effect filters for image editing and video programs. Digital Anarchy also creates other Photoshop compatible plug-ins like Primatte Chromakey 3, ToonIt!, Backdrop Designer, etc. Digital Anarchy markets 3D Invigorator for Zaxwerks.

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Friday, April 24, 2009
posted by Geetesh on 10:30 AM IST

Retoucher is a Photoshop compatible plug-in that removes dust, scratches, stains, etc from old damaged photos. It also lets you remove date stamps that some cameras add to photographs. In addition, it also reconstructs missing parts of a photo using the information of the surrounding areas. Retoucher works automatically, you only need to indicate areas to be restored, and the rest of the process is taken care by the plug-in. The resultant image surfaces becomes smooth with less scratches.

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