In the above video, you can see Brenda Sutherland, Adobe Illustrator product manager, show off the fancy new pattern creation feature in the upcoming Adobe Illustrator CS6.
Photoshop Lightroom: From Snapshots to Great Shots is a new book from Jeff Revell. The book covers Lightroom 4 editing; however, Jeff says he wrote the book with the notion in mind that Lightroom version 2 and 3 users would still be able to take advantage of the information.
Photoshop Lightroom: From Snapshots to Great Shots retails for $24.99; however, it is currently available for $13.63 on Amazon.com.
Adobe has launched a new upgrade assurance promotion today.
“Customers who purchase Creative Suite 5.5 (CS5.5) software will receive a complimentary upgrade to CS6 when it becomes available. No coupon code necessary, offer valid in North America and the European country stores listed below.”
Offer valid in the following European stores: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, North America, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The UK.
The program runs from March 26 through May 6 (…the CS6 release date?).
Adobe has announced and launched a free beta release of Photoshop CS6. [Read more…]
Conan O’Brien’s editing staff put together a fun little video (seen below) that talks about Adobe’s upcoming Premiere Pro CS6. In it, they take some jabs at both Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, as well as a couple of digs at AVID. Additionally, we get a little bit of a look at the new CS6 interface. [Read more…]
Take a look at the above video, which was completely edited in Photoshop (CS6 maybe?).
Right now, you can edit videos in Photoshop CS5 Extended. I’ve done it in the past even with plug-ins applied to video footage. However, if I can get the look I’m after in Premiere Pro or After Effects, I’m going to do that because the process is more streamlined (for now).