Billed as the most significant Photoshop update in years, and coming on
the heels of the 20th anniversary of the release of Photoshop 1.0,
expectations are high for the star pupil of the CS5 roster, and in the
last couple of months, we’ve had the chance to put the program through
Software comes and software goes, but some releases make every Mac user
sit up and pay attention. Nothing commands the attention of designers,
photographers, and anyone else with an artistic bent like the release of
Adobe’s next Creative Suite. We’ve been putting the beta versions of
CS5 through their paces for a couple months now, and the results of our
rigorous testing will be in your hands in next issue’s reviews. To whet
your appetite, our reviewers put together a list of the most
interesting, useful, and impressive new features in Photoshop,
Illustrator, InDesign, and Premiere. They also dove into what’s new in
the other key apps of CS5.
Barely a week after Adobe gave us a sneak peek at its revolutionary
"Content-aware Fill" feature, sources inside the company pointed to
another feature slated to arrive in the next version of Photoshop.
You know the story: After a whirlwind vacation around the world, you
have too many photos to color-correct, resize, and publish to the web.
Though numerous photo-editing apps can batch-process files with basic
tasks, none are as customizable as the Actions feature in Adobe
While perusing the internet earlier this morning, we came across this
pretty nifty tutorial for constructing your own iPad device from scratch
in Photoshop. Head over to hvdesigns
to follow along the step-by-step Apple iPad
Last night Adobe, along with the National Association of Photoshop
Professionals, celebrated 20 years of its flagship photo-manipulation
application at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco. Along with a series of demos showing the progression of Photoshop over the years, Adobe showed the audience Photoshop 1.0.7 on the iPhone.