3-D question

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by none, Jun 7, 2011.

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    none Guest

    Does anyone know how they create those 3-D looking TV ads where
    you see a still picture of something....say a baseball player swinging
    his bat, and the picture of him is a still photograph, but the TV
    camera is slowly moving from one side of the picture to the other and
    the batter, umpire, catcher, and everything else in the still picture
    looks as if they are on separate layers and each image is moving at a
    different rate as the TV camera is moving from one side to the other.
    This gives the images in the still picture a 3-D effect. How do
    they do that and is there a name for this type of picture?

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    none, Jun 7, 2011
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  2. Andrew Morton, Jun 7, 2011
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  3. There is a learning curve, but look into CS5's "puppet" option.
     
    John Stafford, Jun 7, 2011
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    none, Jun 9, 2011
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    none Guest

    Thanks John. I only have CS3 and I'm waiting for CS6 before I
    upgrade, so I'll have to wait to check that out. I will look at it
    though. Thanks again!

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    none, Jun 9, 2011
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  6. You might want to check the intermediate upgrade option as upgrades often
    only count against only two versions back: it could be cheaper to upgrade to
    CS5 then CS6 rather than have to purchase a new CS6. I imagine both routes
    will be available for a short time after CS6 is released, and they might
    change their two-versions-back upgrade policy before then.
     
    Andrew Morton, Jun 10, 2011
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  7. Thanks John. I only have CS3 and I'm waiting for CS6 before I
    upgrade, so I'll have to wait to check that out. I will look at it
    though. Thanks again![/QUOTE]

    An aside: it appears that Adobe will be releasing 'point' versions now.
    For example, I have version 5.5 which followed version 5 within a couple
    months.
     
    John J Stafford, Jun 10, 2011
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    Savageduck Guest

    An aside: it appears that Adobe will be releasing 'point' versions now.
    For example, I have version 5.5 which followed version 5 within a couple
    months.[/QUOTE]

    Version "5.5" is not in anyway a change in Photoshop, (there is no
    fundemental change to Photoshop CS5, version 12.0.4 on Mac & Windows)
    but a change for the entire Premium Suite intended for developers
    especially those using InDesign. This is targeting developers working
    on integation of "Flash" especially for Android mobile devices and
    building apps for IOS with non-Apple tools.

    < http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/2011/03/keeping-photoshop-up-to-date.html >
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    http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/pressroom/pressreleases/201104/041111AdobeCreativeSuite5.5.html
     
    Savageduck, Jun 11, 2011
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  9. none

    none Guest


    When did they change that? It's always been three versions back,
    which is why I'm waiting for version CS6. I was just reading in one
    of the forums that a guy upgraded from CS2 to CS5 and had a question
    about some tool. Apparently he was able to upgrade 3 versions, so I'm
    wondering if Adobe is changing that when CS6 comes out?

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    none, Jun 15, 2011
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    none Guest


    After going through numerous links, I finally found the answer to
    this. You can upgrade three versions....at least for CS5. Here is
    the link to this:
    http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/buying-guide.displayTab3.html

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    none, Jun 15, 2011
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