With Creative Suite 6, Adobe introduced their new subscription service – Creative Cloud. In this instance, ‘cloud’ refers to the distribution method of obtaining the software, rather than the way in which you access the applications.
Well I’ve had a proper chance now to sit, tinker and play with the beta release of Photoshop CS6 and I have to say I’m blown away by it!
Over the last few weeks, Adobe have been releasing some sneak previews showing some of the new features that Photoshop CS6 will include.
One of the most puzzling things I find when I’m teaching Creative Suite courses is that nobody seems to use Adobe Bridge, making it probably one of the most under-used products I’ve ever encountered.
I was teaching an Advanced Photoshop course recently, and whilst making a selection one of the attendees asked “why don’t you just use the Pen Tool?”
Well, it’s here – Adobe Creative Suite training is now available here at QA as a series of publicly-scheduled courses. So, whether it’s Flash, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat or even Photoshop, our trainers are ready and raring to go!
Last time I said that this time I’d talk about some of the other products in the Creative Suite, and how CS5 improved those. And then Adobe released their first ‘significant mid-cycle product release’ with Creative Suite 5.5…!
This article talks about some of the new features of Adobe Photoshop CS5