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Human Software Releases PhotoSpray 1.2Photoshop plugin supports Mac OS X
PhotoSpray 1.2 allows users to create brushes that are made up of images. Users can paint photos on top of an existing image or layer and import their own images to be used as brushes. It also includes 50 photographic brushes, including rocks, plants, flowers, clouds and other objects. And it provides a large preview with "unlimited" zooming, according to Human Software.
PhotoSpray can be applied to an image in a variety of ways. Users can spray images onto a grid or paint freely with images, with control over speed, opacity and spacing. Users can also paint in Spray mode, which scatters the images randomly, or in Orbit mode, which sprays the images along user-defined circular paths.
PhotoSpray 1.2 supports Jasc PaintShop, Corel PhotoPaint and Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. It runs on ac OS 9, Mac OS X and Windows. It sells for $99. For more information, visit http://www.humansoftware.com.
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