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  • Category Archives Adobe

    After Adobe's launch of the latest version of Photoshop CC on Wednesday, I saw some comments (and some grumbling) from folks who were complaining that Adobe hadn't really been "fulfilling the promise" of the Creative Cloud which was for us not to have to wait 18-24 months for Adobe to release any new Photoshop features, but instead they'd release regular updates to Creative Cloud subscribers as soon as the features were ready. I also saw people asking "Well if Adobe has been releasing features regularly, why did they have this big launch event?" I didn't ask Adobe this question directly, but I can tell you my thoughts on why I think they had to do it. The invisible feature updates I sat in numerous one-on-one meetings with Adobe and I talked frankly about what I saw as the biggest problem with the frequent feature…

    OK, well I guess "technically" you could see a before/after in Camera Raw but it could not have been clunkier (just turning on/off the Preview checkbox wouldn't do it — that only showed you a before/after of the particular panel you were currently using). But this is way beyond that as Adobe took the awesome before/after side-by-side, top-and-bottom, split-view and related stuff from Lightroom and finally (finally!) brought them over to the current version of Camera Raw (Adobe snuck these in the latest update for Photoshop CC subscribers). You access these before/after views from right below the preview window (I circled it in red above). Better yet, although the Preview Checkbox is now gone from the Camera Raw interface, pressing the "P" key now actually does what you always thought it should — now it shows you a real before/after of ALL the changes…

    http://youtu.be/PEcvSsnkY00 With more than 1.5 million people subscribed to the Adobe Creative Cloud, we wanted to release a whole bunch of online training classes on everything from InDesign to Illustrator, Premiere Pro to Muse, TypeKit to Behance, Photoshop to Lightroom and everything in between. Each weekday for the entire month of February we'll be releasing another NEW class on one of the Adobe Creative Cloud applications over at KelbyOne.com, along some other other already cool classes we had planned for February. WATCH THEM FREE EACH WEEKDAY! We are broadcasting each class FREE  from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm ET --- just that day -- then it goes back in the Disney Vault, errrr I mean then it's available just for subscribers after that one free day. The free broadcasts start on Monday, February 3rd. Here's the link where you can find the FREE airings (again,…

    http://youtu.be/UvGWuppY4XE Adobe released a bunch of new features yesterday for Creative Cloud subscribers, and I'm sharing some of the videos they created to showcase the new features here on the blog, like the one above which introduces Perspective Warp (really handy for people who are bad at shooting images for compositing. OK, sorry, I couldn't' resist). http://youtu.be/VdCcuf0lZrY Above: That's an overview of the new Photoshop CC features http://youtu.be/H6AIgoFDwlk Above: This is one a lot of folks are psyched about — linked Smart Objects. http://youtu.be/0W3MkqidSAo Above: 3D printing from Photoshop. Sounds like something Corey Barker would do, right? http://youtu.be/RkwGE_jV5qs Above: This one's from Adobe's own Julieanne Kost, and she's revealing some of the little tweaks, enhancements and little improvements added to Photoshop CC There's a list of these little enhancements over at Jeff Tranberry's blog (here's the link). There's some fun stuff to work on…

    On Wednesday Adobe announced a special "Black Friday Deal" where for a VERY limited time, they're letting pretty much everybody in on the photographer's $9.99 a month Photoshop/Lightroom bundle deal that was originally only for folks who owned some previous version of Photoshop (from CS3 on up), but now everybody can get in on the deal for the next few days (only until Dec 2, 2013). When I posted this on my Facebook page, it was seen by over 140,000 people, and of course there were a ton of comments --- lots of happy people taking advantage of the deal, the usual amount of mis-information, and of course we heard from the same people who aren't happy no matter what Adobe does. I thought I'd address as many of those comments as I could here in a short Q&A. Here we go: Q. I…

    This past week at the Photo Plus Expo in New York, I heard from my team at the NAPP booth on the expo floor that there's still a lot of confusion among folks who are interested in upgrading to the Creative Cloud, so I thought I'd do a real quick, simple post with what your options are all the way around, along with hopefully clearing up some other misinformation. NOTE: Here I'm just focusing on the question at hand: how to upgrade to the latest version of Photoshop, not all the plans for the full Creative Cloud and all the other applications that come with it. 1: You have never owned Photoshop: You can get Photoshop CC (the latest version) for $19.95 a month 2: You owned a previous version of Photoshop (any version from Photoshop CS3 to CS6) For you, Photoshop CC is $9.99…

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