news // 2008.11.24 08:19:53 [hh]

Gezielter Fokus und Blur: Alien Skin veröffentlicht im Dezember Linsen-Simulator "Bokeh"

Fokussierung ist der wichtigste Aspekt für einen Fotografen, die Aufmerksamkeit des Betrachters zu lenken. Alien Skins neuestes "Photoshop"-Plug-in "Bokeh" soll die Korrekturen von Schärfe und Unschärfe auch nachträglich möglich machen. Es soll in der ersten Dezember-Woche auf den Markt kommen. Ein Film demonstriert die möglichen Ergebnisse schon mal vorab.

Alien Skin auf der Web-Site: "Bokeh can draw attention to your subject by manipulating focus and depth of field after the shot has been taken. From changing the depth of field to placing a radial sweet spot and adding a vignette, Bokeh provides many techniques for realistic blurring and altering the mood of a scene.

Bokeh is the only software that accurately simulates the distinctive blurring and creamy highlights of real lenses. Terence Tay, Bokeh’s designer, performed careful experiments with lenses famous for their bokeh highlights, such as the Canon EF 85mm f/1.2 II and the Nikon 105mm f/2.8 Macro. The result is a photo-realistic look, in contrast to the unnatural blur from other software.

All of our current products have been tested and found fully compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS 4. Bokeh and Blow Up 2 are compatible with the 64-bit version of CS 4, but all of our other plug-ins must be installed into and run from the 32-bit version of CS 4. All future product releases and full version upgrades will be 64-bit compatible."

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