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Re: OT: Photoshop CS4 upgrade overpriced


It is available on the extended version.   Try Edit/Convert to profile.   Here is (what may be) the first gumprint made from PS4-rendered negatives made from CMYKOG  (CMYK + orange + green) separations. 


This is on a 16x24" wood panel photographed with oblique light so that you can see the detail.  I've started to sand down the surface to reduce brushstrokes and pimples.  Looking closely one can see areas where the orange and green layers are distinct. 


On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 3:06 PM, Don Bryant <dsbryant@bellsouth.net> wrote:



As far as I can tell the Standard edition doesn’t but it could be available in the Extended version but that’s only a guess.


Don Bryant



From: Keith Gerling [mailto:keith.gerling@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2009 12:07 PM

Subject: Re: OT: Photoshop CS4 upgrade overpriced


I seem to recall reading that CS4 was going to incorporate some kind of hextone separation tool, similar to CMYK but with added channels.  Looking for this now, I can't find any mention of it.  Does any CS4 user know anything about this?

On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 5:24 PM, Charles Ryberg <cryberg@comcast.net> wrote:

I was wrong in my previous post--You can upgrade Photoshop only from any version of CS for US $199.  Check out Adobe's webpage.    Charles  Portland OR