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[PHOTOSHOP.COM BLOG] For the Engineering team, Photoshop CS6 was a smooth release, insofar as software development projects go. There are always unknowns, ups and downs, and slight changes in direction, but also, pleasant surprises along the way.
[Computer Arts] Photoshop CS6: 10 things you need to know | Blog | Computer Arts ...: The new Blur tools also make use of the Head-Up Display control system, so all the controls for adjusting the inner and outer blur radius, amount of blur and blur shape are placed directly on the image. The blurs also include Bokeh sliders for adjustable light flare.
[CuteDevices] Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta up for download | CuteDevices: For your awesome associated with free, users are now able to try out the newest version from the worlds best digital image editing software. Highlights of Photoshop CS6 include: Content-Aware Patch, a blazingly fast performance and also a modern UI (Mercury Graphics Engine), and new and re-engineered design tools.
[TipSquirrel] Introduction to 3D features in Photoshop CS6 (beta) | TipSquirrel: Mike is an Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop and Acrobat, and is well versed in Lightroom and Photoshop Elements, as well as Illustrator and InDesign. He has also contributed his time and efforts to the excellent work being done by Operation Photo Rescue, in restoring photographs damaged by natural disasters.
[Terry White's Tech Blog] Adobe Announces Photoshop CS6 Beta - See My Top 6 Favorite ...: Key features include new additions to the Content-Aware tools: Content-Aware Patch allows greater control by letting users select and duplicate an area of an image to fill in or “patch” another. Content-Aware Move lets users select and magically move an object to a new place in the image.
[Gavtrain.com] Gavtrain.com » What's new in Photoshop CS6 Beta: Photoshop CS5 has been with us for the best part of two years now, so with the launch of Photoshop CS6 Beta we finally get a chance to see what theyve been up to all that time. Well, the good news is Adobe hasnt been sitting idle for two years but have made a whole raft of improvements and snazzy new features for us to enjoy.
[PDN Pulse] PDN Pulse » Blog Archive » Adobe Launches Photoshop CS6 Beta ...: As part of our early look at Photoshop CS6, Adobe held a meet-up at the New York City studio of fashion, beauty and dance photographer Sarah Silver. As Photoshop Senior Product Manager Bryan ONeil Hughes previewed a series of PS CS6 features, Silver treated the crowd of about 75 photographers, students and other professionals, to a presentation of her work with explanations of how she uses Photoshop.
[Adobe Installation and Licensing] Adobe ID Required for Photoshop CS6 Beta and Upcoming CS 6 ...: Offline activation involves using an Internet-enabled device to log in to Adobe.com and activate the offline computer. (Note that there is no offline activation process for the Photoshop CS6 beta.) For our volume licensing customers, only the IT administrator will be required to do a one-time log in and activate a license during software packaging and deployment ” end users will not be required to log in and activate individually.
[MCP Photography Blog] Photoshop CS6: Best Features for Portrait Photographers | MCP ...: Visit here for frequent blog posts with the latest photography, Photoshop and Lightroom tips, contests, photographer interviews, and blueprints that will teach you how to use actions and presets.
[Greengablesphotography's Blog] Photoshop CS6 Beta testing done « Greengablesphotography's Blog: It was a great run of Adobe sending assignments, of Myron using the program in the normal course of what he does, of getting fixes finding bugs and of having to uninstall the entire program and reinstall the new build- with new preferences and new start up items. There were weekly new builds- (a build is the term for the newest version) and emails back and forth between testers asking each other and Adobe questions, giving suggestions and telling experiences. One of the people Myron communicated with in the Adobe Forum for the beta testers was part of the DISNEY design team.