“The motion blur-killer, demoed at the recent Adobe MAX 2011 conference, is experimental at this point. The Photoshop rep on stage won’t say when it’ll be implemented—only that they’re working on it for some feature version. But it’s absolutely incredible. With only a few clicks, a blurry image is quickly analyzed, allowed Photoshop to discern exactly how the image was messed up. That is to say, if you accidentally moved your hand slightly to the right and down while the shutter snapped, it’ll pick that up. And then it reverses it—and that’s the totally magical part.”
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Artist Liu Bolin paints himself to blend in with his surroundings. No trick photography, no Photoshop.
This is an example of producing the tilt/shift effect with Photoshop. This was taken in Hong Kong’s Stanley Bay area; a quaint seaside area with a boardwalk packed full of restaurants and shops.
I’ve done a few more of these effects with a tutorial linked here: www.thejavajive.com/blog/?p=475
Tons of free Photoshop actions for photography