Photoshop CS6 and now CC have really changed the way I work on my images. Once I was able to walk away from the the "same old routine", and start experimenting, my art has become so much better than it used to be. I have gained greater flexibility, and higher degree of "light sculpting" my subjects.
This is newsletter update of what’s been going on around the internet lately. Since Photoshop CC was released less than a month ago, there have been a ton of new articles released. Here are a few of them:
Complete Walkthrough of What’s New in Photoshop CC
PSDTuts+ have come out with an extensive article on the new features that Photoshop CC has rolled out.
Adobe Photoshop CC Filters Help Salvage Photographs
Digitaltends takes a different path than PSDTuts+ on some new features of Photoshop CC, this time focusing on the new filters. For what it’s worth, I have been having some fun utilizing them.
Photoshop and the Adobe Creative Cloud Myth
Scott Kelby has a new article up about the Creative Cloud. It’s a brief post, and as usual, educates and talks about how wonderful it all is. Not me though. Creative Cloud is a pricing racket, guaranteed to make Adobe money for all of time. If you don’t pay, you can’t open your images ever again. Think about it.
Basic Level 1 Photoshop Course
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Adobe Photoshop CC
PC Magazine has an extensive review of Photoshop CC, not just the new features.
Photoshop CC struts its actions, filters, and enlargements, but leaves Bridge in limbo
Not to be outdone by a PC Magazine, Macworld jumps in the frey.
Adobe Photoshop CC Proves That The Cloud Isn’t A Cure-All Refuge From Software Piracy
On a very different front, TechCrunch talk about the Piracy issues, and why it’s bad. Oddly, I recently saw an interview with the Adobe guy responsible for piracy, and he said it was expected, and not a big deal. Funny, I’ve been saying that for years.
Photoshop CC pirated already? You’re missing the point.
ZDNet also covers the piracy topic. Did you know that CC for both the Mac and PC is the easiest to bootleg in many, many years? I am just saying. They want the younger audience to have it, so when they grow up, they will pay for it. At least, that makes the most sense, and has been working well so far.
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