December 13, 2007 in Publishing (F)
[prMac.com] XChange International, the source for extended technology worldwide, are pleased to announce the release of PhotoSpray 1.8. PhotoSpray is an Adobe(R) Photoshop(R) or Adobe Elements(R) plug-in that offers the ability to spray pictures on top of any RGB photos or layers. This method of painting lets users brush sets of images on top of any photo.
Brushes can be adjusted through a variety of parameters, ideal for photo-realistic painting. PhotoSpray ships with Sprayettes Volume I, a collection of more than 50 realistic-sprays including plants, flowers, leaves, trees, bushes, rocks, clouds, geometrical objects, balls, etc. Additional sprays may be added with Volumes 2 through 4, each volume a collection of 100 new sprays.
Users can save massive amounts of time in 3D texture rendering by simply spraying on trees, bushes, flowers, rocks and more with PhotoSpray. Flora can be applied in Photoshop quickly without raising the file size. Version 1.8 key features include:
* Blow natural images with a brush
* Unlimited undos
* Create unique textures
* Save/recall settings
* High quality 'Natural' sprays
* Independent X&Y Spray adjustments
* Easily create new sprays
* Easily convert Nozzles to Sprays
* Sprays come as Nozzles too
* Compatible with Photoshop 7/CS/CS2/CS3, Elements 2/3/4/5/6, Corel PhotoPaint, PaintShop
* Mac OS X Universal
* PhotoSpray 1.8 works natively on Mac Intel with Mac OS X Tiger or Leopard.
PhotoSpray is available now through XChange International. To order, or for more information, users can visit the XChange website, or call on +44(0)20 7490 4455 during UK business hours.
XChange are a leading supplier of desktop graphic and publishing applications, QuarkXTension(R) technology; Adobe InDesign(R), Acrobat(R) and Photoshop(R) Plug-ins(R) and other design and publishing utilities. XChange offer extended technology products from across the world specific to the graphic design, print and publishing industries and make them available to an extensive user base via their printed catalogue or online at their web site. The company are headquartered in Central London.