Source The Atlantic article “What if we could merge layers in Photoshop without having to drag and drop each layer onto the canvas?
It would be much more natural.
A simple workflow could be implemented, allowing a user to simply drag and release layers on the canvas while the program updates them.”
— Michael Moore, filmmaker and activist “This is a tool that could help the world to get to where it needs to go, where it’s been and what it needs now.”
— David Auerbach, author of “The New Politics of Reality” “We’ve been using Photoshop for years to do photo manipulation, but this new technique could make a big difference.
I can use Photoshop to create a photo of the White House, for example, and then it’s the last step to actually create a composite of the entire world around me.”
— Eric L. Gurdon, founder of Photon.ly, maker of the “New Politics of Realism” photo editing tool “What’s really interesting is that this tool could be useful in the real world.
I mean, this tool is being created by a real human being.
If we can create a simple workflow for merging layers in Adobe Photoshop, then the entire thing could be done in a matter of minutes.”
— John Schuster, author “The new reality of Photoshop is that the user’s job is to create the final image of the world around them.
That is where we are, right now, in the 21st century.
But if we can bring this tool to the world, it would open up new opportunities for artists, designers, writers and filmmakers.
The tool is not just for people who do Photoshop, but for all artists, who can apply this tool in a myriad of ways, for everything from photography to video, for any kind of media.
If you have a project that needs to be shared with the world on a daily basis, and you need to use Photoshop for it, you have to make a decision as to what you want the final product to look like.
Photoshop, however, can only make a perfect representation of a photo.”
— Andrew Schulz, founder and CEO of Photoplay, maker.com, creator of the photoplay tool “A lot of times we’ve been creating photos that have been processed and manipulated.
We’ve done this to get a result, but it just doesn’t look right.
We know that if we are able to do this in Photoshop, it will look better and look more natural.”
— Adam G. Fitch, director of photography for the Oscar-nominated film “The Revenant” “The real beauty of this is that we’re doing the same thing with Photoshop, using the same tools and the same workflow.
And when you merge layers, you’re also adding layer properties, and the resulting image will be more cohesive.
It looks more natural and it’s less cluttered.”
— Scott Aukerman, director, producer and co-creator of “Gone Girl” source The Atlantic “We use Photoshop in our day-to-day lives.
We do our presentations and our photo edits.
And this is a very important thing to do in Photoshop.”
— Daniele Giudice, co-founder of Pixabay, creator.com “Photoshop is a great tool for many reasons.
But it’s also a very powerful tool for artists.
It’s very useful in getting great results and creating great photos.”
— Matt Hoch, author and illustrator of “Photoshoot” article “The main thing I want to highlight here is that Adobe is now creating a new reality for us with Photoshop.
This new reality is that Photoshop can be used for a number of different kinds of creative work.
It can be a tool for creating beautiful photos, creating stunning videos, or it can be the tool for bringing life to people’s faces in a digital form.
It has become possible to make an art piece using Photoshop.”
— John C. Dvorak, author, creator, and creator of “Mixed Signals” “I’m not a Photoshop user.
I’ve never used it to do any kind in my life.
But this tool, this new technology, is incredibly powerful.
And if you’re a visual designer, a photographer, a filmmaker, an artist, or someone who is working in the creative world and has a desire to create something, then I think this tool should be of great use to you.
Photoshop is a powerful tool and it is really important to have.”
— Paul Giamatti, cofounder and CEO, Pixabaya “When you combine the power of Photoshop and the power that’s available in the web and mobile platforms, it’s a really powerful tool.”
— Alex Karpinski, founder, and CEO at Avant