Photoshop CS3 software (improved over CS2 and earlier versions) brings a new level of power and control to the digital photography experience and to the creative process.
There are some basic changes in Photoshop CS3 – a redesigned interface, the wonderful Auto-Align Layers command, and the clamored-for Smart Filters. The application is much quicker to launch.
The new Auto-Align Layers orders wonderfully lines up several different images of the same scene, even if they were taken from different angles. Photo merge has seen a chief examination and repairing in CS3. The Auto-Align Layers technology is now combined, which produces a great result much better than in previous versions.
The Adobe Camera Raw plug-in lets you open raw images from many digital cameras. In CS3, Camera Raw has some improvements. Now you can open JPEG and TIFF files and process them in Camera Raw. If there is need to perform detailed adjustments to the images (raw files, JPEGs or TIFFs), the new Camera Raw is the best way to do it.
Device Central is a new satellite program that integrates with CS3, designed to create content for mobile devices, such as phones and PDAs. After choosing device for creation, the program offers you a document for the right size of the device’s screen. It also allows creating and previewing Flash, video and Web content.
Photoshop CS3 is greatly improved over CS2. Smart filters are a big plus. The Quick Selection tool fastens initial selection process, and Auto-Align Layers open up a new world of possibilities for photographers.