Adobe has confirmed that it will release Photoshop CC on June 17.
As you well know by now, the next version of Photoshop is slated for exclusive release to Creative Cloud subscribers, which has been a hotly-debated topic in recent weeks. Those wishing to maintain a perpetual license will be limited to Photoshop CS6, which Adobe will continue to sell. However, the killer new features will only be available in Photoshop CC going forward.
Currently, Adobe has deals for students that allow for full Creative Cloud subscriptions at $20/mo (ends June 25) and those with CS3 or higher serial numbers can join for $30/mo (ends July 31).
Adobe recently released a statement acknowledging some of the major complaints surrounding Creative Cloud and Photoshop CC.
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). [click to continue…]
Topaz Labs has several free webinars this week for its new Clarity plug-in. Check one out at the following dates and times.
Wed, May 29 at Noon ET – Register here
Wed, May 29 at 4PM ET – Register here
Friday, May 31 at Noon ET – Register here
Topaz Clarity is still available for an introductory price of $29.99 through May 31, 2013 when you use the promo code: claritynew. Check it out here on Topaz Lab’s website.
Check out this evolution of Adobe Photoshop toolbars from Photoshop version 0.87 through CS6 spanning 24 years of Photoshop’s existence.
When did you start using Adobe Photoshop? Do you remember anything special about your first toolbar?
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Topaz Clarity is the latest addition to the Topaz plug-in suite. If you are a fan of Lightroom and Camera Raw’s ‘Clarity’ slider, then Topaz Clarity just might be your favorite new plug-in. [click to continue…]
Perspective Warp, as Adobe calls it, will let you adjust the perspective of parts of your shot while keeping the rest of the image intact. While Rainn Wilson is rather annoying in his commentary, Adobe’s Sara Kong shows off how current perspective correction tools Photoshop work compared to the developmental Perspective Warp tool.
The above sneak peek is not in the current version of Photoshop CC that is due out in June, but is an early prototype technology that is under development for (potentially) future Photoshop updates.