I wish Adobe would just go ahead and make this a permanent deal, but for now the Photoshop Photography Program, which includes Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, for $9.99/mo has been extended through May 31, 2014.
There are no limitations for prior software ownership to join at this rate (as there have been in the past). You can sign up for the Photoshop Photography Program here on Adobe’s website.
(At the time of this post, Adobe’s site still has the offer end date as March 31; however, I have official confirmation from Adobe that the deal is extended through May 31.)
Smart objects and smart filters are powerful non-destructive editing tools in Photoshop CC. In the above video, Photoshop Principal Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes explains how to use smart objects and smart filters in a few different ways.
Adobe has announced a release candidate for Camera Raw 8.4, which adds support to several new cameras listed below. [click to continue…]
Check out this video where Terry White shows off 10 things beginners want to know how to do in Photoshop CC. It’s a long video at 46 minutes, but novice users of Photoshop CC will find plenty of value by investing the time to watch it.
He starts off by pimping the Wacom tablets with a pressure sensitive stylus and why they are better for working in Photoshop.
As an overview of the material, here is a list of the 10 things: [click to continue…]
Adobe has added a couple of powerful new updates in the latest version of Photoshop CC. [click to continue…]
Check out this video that shows how to use Camera Raw as a Smart Filter in Photoshop CC.
In this video, Julieanne Kost demonstrates how to take multiple exposures and combine them into a single 32-bit HDR file that can then be edited nondestructively using Adobe Camera Raw as a Smart Filter in Photoshop. In addition, you’ll discover how powerful using Camera Raw as a Smart Filter can be when working with layered files.