quite a while to look believable. Enter Image Warp! With this new tool you now have great 
flexibility when warping objects onto oddly shaped surfaces. 
By far the coolest addition to Photoshop is the Vanishing Point tool. It was the first tool I played 
with when I launched CS 2 for the first time, and I think I probably killed a couple hours making 
all sorts of houses into 16 stories, or making a house covered in windows. 
What Vanishing Point does is allow you to set up a perspective grid overlay on your pictures, in 
essence overlaying a 3D scene on top of the 2D picture. Then you can add objects or clone 
objects in the scene and they maintain perfect perspective relative to the photograph. I literally 
saves you hours of time cloning and trimming and bending and flexing. 
All in all, if you're a professional 
that always finds himself using 
every aspect of Photoshop to it's 
fullest, then you're going to love 
this upgrade. If you're a novice, 
you'll benefit from some of the 
cool gadgets but if you already 
own CS 1, you probably don't 
want to rush out and upgrade, 
since most of the novice tools are 
the same in CS 2 as they were in 
the previous version. 
I'll leave you with the ever 
famous Command Option  About 
Adobe Photoshop screen. 
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