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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    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…

    (1) Fascinating interview with the man who wrote Photoshop, Thomas Knoll A really great look at Photoshop's history, evolution and much more. Very frank, revealing, and refreshing. Great stuff  (click the video above to jump over to Vimeo to watch the interview --- Vimeo wouldn't let me embed it here, but you can watch it there). (2) Adobe's photographers bundle deal is now available I know a lot of folks have been waiting for the $9.99 per month bundle deal for the latest versions of both Photoshop & Lightroom (for previous owners of Photoshop, all the way back to CS3), to become available, and now it's here. Here's the link for more details. I did a post with more info shortly after Adobe's announcement during the Photoshop World keynote -- here's that link. (3) Adobe announces 1-million Creative Cloud paid user mark (hit way…

    Sorry for the late post this morning --- I'm behind on....well....pretty much everything. LOL!! :) So, last week we started something new for us over at KelbyTraining.com --- each week we're broadcasting one of online classes from Kelby Training Online for free, all-day long, continuously for free. Last week we aired my Travel Photography Class (filmed on location in Paris, France), and this week, we're airing PART TWO, which is where I do all the post-procesing of the shots taken in Part One using Lightroom and Photoshop, and I go through my entire workflow. Each week, we'll be continuously airing a different class, because we're betting you’re going to watch a couple of classes and you’ll learn so much that you’ll totally want access to the rest of our more than 300 online photography classes (it’s only $199 a year for unlimited access or $24.95 a…

    Since Adobe announced their Creative Cloud subscription-only business model, I've been saying the same thing again and again --- "... the deal just isn’t there for photographers yet." Well, that all changed during the opening keynote at Photoshop World last week in Vegas when Winston Hendrickson (Adobe's Vice President of Engineering for Digital Imaging, and a serious sports photographer himself), announced a better deal than I was ever expecting: if you have any previous version of Photoshop (all the way back to CS3), you can get the combo of both Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 for just $9.99 a month (as long as you take them up on the offer by Dec 31, 2013). Much better than I was expecting I had been talking with Adobe about a deal like this for photographers since they first announced the subscription-only plan, and the number I had been…

    So I'm reading a review of the new features of Photoshop CC over on Mashable.com, and of course it takes all of three seconds for it to turn nasty, where a commenter accuses the reviewer of getting paid by Adobe to write a favorable review, because after all, if it is a favorable review of something he doesn't like, the reviewer is obviously "on the take." He wrote: "#letsbereal --- How many free months of Photoshop CC did Adobe offer for writing this..." Essentially, he's saying 'You said something I disagree with, so you must be getting paid.' If you say anything positive about the Creative Cloud, like this reviewer did, you get attacked (The funny thing was that the reviewer mentioned how he didn't like the rental model, yet he was still attacked for liking the new Photoshop features and not siding with…

    I saw loads of questions and comments all over the Web yesterday about Adobe's announcements. The new features part got lots of love. Adobe's new subscription-only plan for their Creative Cloud software, not so much (and that's being kind), so I thought I'd do a quick Q&A giving my take on it all. Q. Scott, should I be freaking out? A. Absolutely not. I saw a lot of nasty comments yesterday (I'm sure you did, too), but a lot of what I read was based on mis-information or was just plain wrong.  Q. Can you give me an example? A. Sure. I read a bunch of people in forums claiming that Adobe isn't going to release any bug fixes for Photoshop CS6. Actually, Adobe said just the opposite. They said they would be updating CS6 with bug fixes as necessary --- they're just not adding any new…

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