What kind of software can you buy for $2,600? Creative Suite 6, arriving in May with a long list of new features for those dealing with photo, video, Web sites, and publishing.
Photoshop, Illustrator, and a few other Creative Suite applications will get the Retina Display treatment through updates sometime this fall.
Adobe has a few tidbits in store for its Create Now Live event on December 11. Could a peek at the Retina version of Photoshop be one of them?
The Creative Suite 6 versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, and all their companion apps are now for sale. Adobe's subscription for them arrives Friday.
The free beta of Photoshop CS6 has updated algorithms, options, and presets for those who like high-dynamic-range images. But improved standard editing tools encroach on HDR's turf.
The few new features it adds definitely make Illustrator a more powerful drawing tool.
Improved performance, better camera-raw processing and enhancements to text, painting, 3D and video make it an upgrade almost all existing users should consider.
The $50-per-month Creative Cloud subscription that arrives with CS6 leaves plenty of customers cold. But Adobe's doing the right thing by adding the option.
Convincing customers to spend big bucks on Adobe's image-editing software is a lot easier if they can be hooked on a free beta version.
With a public beta of Photoshop CS6 arriving tonight, Adobe is moving video editing from a sideshow to center stage, matching the real-world merging of still photography and videography.