Photoshop CC updates include the following new features: [Read more...]
Adobe has clearly been reconsidering its marketing to photographers since the major pushback from Photoshop users after revealed that it would no longer offer perpetual licenses of new Creative Suite products. The latest word in the form of surveys to some Photoshop users that probed feelings on Creative Cloud pricing.
The interesting thing is that the two key concerns are some that have been raised here before. [Read more...]
Are you a Creative Cloud subscriber, and will you be downloading the new apps immediately?
If you aren’t a Creative Cloud subscriber (and since a Creative Cloud subscription is the only way to get the new apps), will Photoshop CC’s (or another app) new features push you to become one?
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Lynda.com has a free post-processing course, Black and White with Photoshop and Lightroom, now through June 21 from Photoshop Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes. [Read more...]
One of the major complaints of Adobe’s move to the Creative Cloud has been the fear of losing access to files if and when a user ends their subscription to Creative Cloud. However, early reports suggest that files created in Photoshop CC can be opened in older version of Photoshop, including files that have been altered with Photoshop CC-only effects/features. [Read more...]
In the statement ,Adobe gave particular attention to photographers, who have apparently been the most vocal group among Adobe’s customers dissatisfied with the Creative Cloud offerings. Adobe alludes to an option for the photography community that will be different from what’s already on the table for Creative Cloud apps (i.e., Photoshop and Lightroom subscriptions). [Read more...]
Many of the new features in Adobe Photoshop CC were somewhat lost in the news of Adobe’s move to a subscription-only service for Photoshop CC and other Creative Cloud apps. However, there are many new whiz-bang features coming to Photoshop CC next month, most of which were highlighted to some extent at the Adobe MAX conference earlier this month.
Adobe has released several of Adobe MAX conference videos that go more in-depth into Photoshop CC and its features than what we’ve seen thus far in press releases and “top features” videos. Check them out below. [Read more...]