The big news from the Adobe MAX 2017 event is the new version of Lightroom CC and how it differs from Lightroom Classic, which will continue, but Adobe has also announced a new version of Photoshop CC. The improvements are less significant than the changes to Lightroom but could still prove interesting. Lightroom/Photography plan trial version and offers One of the … [Read more...] about Adobe announces Photoshop CC update
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Despite the name of this website, I don't have anything against Photoshop! I've used it for years, I've written more Photoshop tutorials than I care to remember, and I still regard it as the best there is at what it does. It's more what it doesn't do that's the problem. It's terrific at complex, detailed, technical adjustments, and sophisticated, multi-layer composites, but while it provides all the tools it doesn't provide any inspiration. Creatively, you're on your own.
Adobe has released a simultaneous Camera Raw 9.12 update Lightroom CC 2015.12 update, as well as Lightroom 6.12. It brings support for new camera RAW files, new lens profiles and new camera colour profiles. Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom use the same RAW processing engine, which is why they’re updated at the same time. Lightroom CC 2015 review Lightroom … [Read more...] about Adobe Camera Raw 9.12 and Lightroom update
Despite the name of this site, I've got nothing against Photoshop! Even if it doesn't have all the effects filters and organising tools you might be looking for (hence this site), it's still worth having in your software armoury, especially if you get a good deal on an Adobe Photoshop CC subscription. Lightroom CC/Photography plan trial version and offers Photoshop has … [Read more...] about How to make Lightroom, Photoshop and Smart Objects work together
Just in case anyone thinks I have something against Photoshop... I don't! Photoshop is really good at what it does, it just doesn't do everything I want from a digital imaging application. But it is really good 'host' application for plug-ins. One reason is that I'm having a few problems with Aperture and Google Nik plug-ins at the moment, but the more important one is that … [Read more...] about How Photoshop Smart Objects and plug-ins can work together
On May 6th 2013 Adobe announced Photoshop CC, the replacement for Photoshop CS6. Adobe also announced that Photoshop CC would be a subscription-only application provided as part of Adobe's Creative Cloud online ecosystem. This means CS6 is the last version of Photoshop to be offered with a 'perpetual licence', and from now on you'll have to rent your copy of Photoshop instead … [Read more...] about It’s the end of Photoshop as we know it!