After installing Vista Ultimate, for some odd reason I was unable to install Adobe Photoshop CS 2. Tried in vain to reinstall, only led to frustration. While looking for a solution on March 27 Adobe have unleashed the creative suite 3 product Line. What a coincidence? And it specifically says that it supports Vista, hmm… Can’t wait to try this.
Starting way back in 1997 when messing with friends faces was a miracle, I have been using Photoshop, lets say I am an addict. I have worked on all versions. I will humbly agree that there is nothing like Photoshop, as far as image editing is concerned. Its final product quality and creative possibilities are limitless. It is as smart and creative product as the user…
The newer Photoshop CS3 comes in two flavors, the standard CS3 and the CS3 Extended. The only difference is the extended version have additional tools for 3D editing and motion-based contents and performing image analysis… It is rather a mixture of Photoshop, Premier and a bit of web, scientific and architect needs, added from here and there.
For right now, I will be concentrating on Photoshop CS3. Similar to early versions Photoshop do not introduce any mind boggling differences between versions. Again, there is only a handful of new features. Including smart filters, quick selection, refine edge tools, improved vanishing point and black and white conversion. For details of these new features visit the adobe website.
I am already doped for the mere thought of it. Only very few enjoyments are comparable to few hours of digital image manipulations with Photoshop.