John Nack is saying that Adobe is going to announce the new version of Photoshop and other programs on September 23rd. It seems that it will be called CS4. Also they are going to show off some of the features at Photoshop World during tommorow’s keynote. You can sign up to see the annoucement here.
Entries Categorized as 'Photoshop'
September 4, 2008
July 31, 2008
In a article on cnet for the new Lightroom 2.0, John Nack revealed some details about the configuration of the new interface that will be in the next version of Photoshop. The best thing I see is that you will even be able to make your own menus in flash! Adobe is taking a page [...]
June 25, 2008
Matt Kloskowski is the guest blogger over at Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider today. He has a post about what he would change with some of the photoshop dialogs and pallettes.Most of his ideas are great and really need to be adopted. Check out the post here. I really like the idea for a Camera Raw [...]
June 6, 2008
John Nack from Adobe has a post today showing off some of the new interface in the upcoming version of Photoshop. The new interface has tabbed document windows. The only problem with this is on the Mac version they have to have a gray application window like windows instead of being able to see the [...]
April 9, 2008
I have been hoping that Adobe would add support for Lightroom to be used over a network ever scence it was in the first beta. But now that they have released Beta 2 without network support, it seems that they are just choosing to ignore I big area of their users. I have at least [...]
April 9, 2008
I have been testing the new beta of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.0 Beta and I came up a few ideas for the print module. I posted my ideas on the beta forum. If you like them please reply to the post on the forums to let the developers know. 1. Identity Plate as Logo on [...]
March 27, 2008
Adobe annouced today Photoshop Express an online version of photoshop. Check it out here https://www.photoshop.com/express Looks neat, its very easy to quickly edit images and snapshots. I just started playing with it seems very quick and easy to use. But it is far from the real Photoshop CS3.