Are you currently using Adobe Photoshop CS5 (or a previous version) and considering an upgrade? Want a sneak peak at what’s new?
Recently, Adobe released a BETA version for Photoshop CS6. The CS6 download is FREE and works with PC or Mac. This requires an Adobe ID (If you do not have an Adobe ID, you can create one for free). If you would like to test the Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta, download it here: Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta DOWNLOAD – PC & MAC.
There are quite a few great new features that have been added, so I’ve included some videos from the Adobe team below:
Bryan O’Neil Hughes, Photoshop Senior Product Manager
Explaining the New Content-Aware Technology and tools:
Julieanne Kost, Senior Digital Imaging Evangelist
Walking through her 6 favorite features in Photoshop CS6 beta:
Russell Brown, Senior Creative Director
Walking through his 6 favorite features in Photoshop CS6 beta:
In regards to printing, not much has changed. The print window has a slightly different appearance, but you will be able to use the same print settings as you normally would. After running a few prints using the same ICC profiles, you can expect the same output results that have been obtained with previous Photoshop versions.
Here are a few screenshots with the new look from Photoshop CS6 beta. Click on the images to enlarge them:
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