border=0 />Photoshop CS2 includes a bunch of powerful new filters and editing tools, tighter integration with and support for Illustrator graphics, support for 32-bit images, and significant improvements to its camera RAW workflow.
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The new Image Warp feature lets you easily wrap flat graphics on round or other oddly shaped objects and then tweak the results directly on the screen to make it look natural.
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Noise reduction often produces some blurring, but this new filter removes digital camera noise and JPG compression artifacts while preserving photographic edge detail – especially helpful if you shoot in low-light conditions. You can also control noise in each color channel separately.
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This one-click retouching tool lets you remove flaws and unwanted objects from photographs without having to first sample from a source point. 
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This new filter lets you adjust and correct a broad range of camera lens distortion imperfections – barrel or pincushion distortion, chromatic aberration, vignetting, and perspective problems in all three dimensions – and lets you monitor your progress with a live preview on an alignment grid.
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A new Red Eye tool lets you easily remove the red in a subject’s pupils by simply selecting the tool and clicking the red part of the eye.
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The new Vanishing Point tool lets you define perspective planes, and then paint, clone, transform, or drag objects onto them. The objects will automatically fit the perspective, no matter where on the plane you place them.
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