The script implements Dan Margulis' concept, The Bigger Hammer, from his book Modern Photoshop Color Workflow, Chapter 10. Please consult this book for examples and details on using the script. The script is useful for enhancing details in highlights and/or shadows.
There are already several plugins to creates paths with geometrical shapes, but they all require tedious entry of numbers in some dialog.
So this plugin uses a radically different method: the significant points are entered as points in a path stroke, and then the plugin us called without any explicit parameters (there is a menu entry for each shape/interpretation of the path, so they can be assigned to a keyboard shortcut).
Create a NPOT (nearest power of two) square background colored sprite sheet that can contain at least N sprites of the given width and height with optional spacing between each sprite. Also creates guides to show the limits of these sprites.
Image/Guides/Sprite Sheet Guides...
Creates guides on the current image for sprites of the given height, width, and spacing.
This plugin adds a lens with border/shadow to an image.
Developed with 2.8, other untested.
- select a part from the image that you will make a lens for (use circle selection)
- make your prefered settings in the dialog
- to get a positiv look, scale image down or check that your selection is < as desired lens size so it scaled up
Not perfekt but a good first throw i guess.
I commented it well, could be usefull for other newbies. I had a hard time to figure it out.