Dr. Brown PSCS2 Scripts and Flaming Pear Plug-ins

Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by beaucamera, Jul 13, 2005.

  1. Yesterday I attended an Adobe PS Users Group meeting in San Jose, where "Dr. Brown", who has a rather theatrical, albeit corny routine, demonstrated three new PSCS2 Scripts he has developed: Merge-a-matic, Place-a-matic and Caption Maker. His presentation also include the bridge, vanishing point and sharpening features of PSCS2.

    What I learned is I have a lot more to learn about the powerful new features in PSCS2. As photographers you may be interested in the "place-amatic" feature, which Dr. Brown used to blend two (even RAW) images. You might also like caption maker, which will allow you to add Exif and other info in two ways, pro and basic, so you don't have to send all the technical info for general purposes.

    Dr. Brown's website contains information about these scripts and tutorials. You can download these scripts and experiment yourself.


    The meeting concluded with a demonstration from plug-in maker, Flaming Pear. Their "Flexify and Polymerge" plug-ins, which were pretty cool.


    So, if you're looking for something to do on a hot summer's day, try experimenting with these tools.

    aka beaucamera :)
  2. Thanks for the tips/links Virginia.
    May I add up the http://share.studio.adobe.com/ which is the...

    "Adobe Studio Exchange is your place for actions, plug-ins, extensions, tutorials, and other helper files that allow you to easily add new features to Adobe products. You can even create your own files, upload them, and share them with the entire Adobe Studio Exchange community. To begin, simply browse by product to find thousands of free, easy-to-use files that will help you get more out of your Adobe applications."

    ...with thousands of actions, plugins, scripts... :wink:
  3. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Russell Brown, Photoshop guru, and very witty. has a ton of movie turorials. Great stuff,

    Thanks Virginia.

    wish one of those programs were closer to where I live I would go to one.
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