Adobe has some exciting new Photoshop features to show us in two days. A few quick teasers in the above video show the following :
- Looks like the new blur gallery being applied to Smart Objects
- Blur filters will work in video (!)
- 3D tools look faster
- New integration for web designers through CSS
- Improvements to Photoshop Actions
Log on to Adobe.com on December 11 for the details.
Note however, these changes are unavailable to those who’ve bought traditional versions of Photoshop CS6, and Adobe has not said when, or even if, ‘perpetual users’ of CS6 will have access to these features.
Adobe’s Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements, just got a face lift today. Both apps are the baby sisters to the full versions of Adobe Photoshop and Premiere.
One of the big changes in the new Photoshop Elements is the ability to organize shots according to person, event or place, with the latter option coming through Google Maps geo-tagging. Full Photoshop sells for $999, yet most of the most popular photo editing features are included in Elements. Adobe is selling the upgrade for $119.99.
For Premiere Elements, the company touts a new interface and a host of new effects, transitions and themes. Premiere is the only budget video-editing program that works with both Windows and Macintosh computers.The new Premiere Elements sells for $99 or $79 for an upgrade. Meanwhile, the full-featured Premiere Pro sells for $600.
If you have used Photoshop for a long time, you’ll appreciate this :
Adobe has released an update to Photoshop CS6. Version 13.0.1 fixes a number of functional, crashing, and performance issues across the product.
Update can be done through Photoshop. Just go to the Help drop down and choose Updates or update through this link.