Photoshop CC subscribers can take advantage of a host of new features, tools and apps. Here’s our pick of the improvements in Adobe’s Photoshop CC 2014 update, and a quick user’s guide to how they work.
As well as announcing updates to 14 desktop apps in its Creative Cloud suite, Adobe has confirmed that its photography program, which was previously billed as a special offer, will be a permanent feature.
The plan includes access to the Photoshop CC and Lightroom desktop applications with free upgrades when they are available, mobile and web apps, 20 GB of cloud storage and a Behance ProSite for £8.78/US$9.99/AU$9.99 per month when you sign up for a one-year plan.
In this head to head test we’ll compare Lightroom 5 vs Photoshop CC to see how well they meet the needs of photographers.
Photoshop has many types of layers and adjustment layers available, but there are six that you’ll find you need to use again and again.
Photoshop CC is a complex and sophisticated program, but once you understand what it can do and how it works, the pieces will fall into place. In this guide to Photoshop for beginners we’ll take you through the stages of setting up the ideal photo editing workflow.
A new Photoshop CC update adds Perspective Warp, 3D printing, linked Smart Objects and a slew of other new features for Creative Cloud members
Adobe has expanded its Photoshop Photography Program offer to everyone, regardless of whether you own a previous version of Photoshop.
Adobe has offered an olive branch to photographers and reduced the Photoshop CC price tag.
Let’s face it: there have been a lot of Adobe announcements in the past year introducing new products from Photoshop CC to Lightroom 5, Photoshop Touch, Photoshop CS6, and more. And it can get confusing!
So how do all these platforms sit in the Adobe range of photo editing software? To celebrate the official launch today of Photoshop CC, our friends at Practical Photoshop have put together this brilliant cheat sheet illustrating The Photoshop Family.
Adobe has issued a statement addressing photographers’ concerns about the Creative Cloud subscription-only model and the legacy of any work created in Photoshop CC, suggesting the company may soon offer a compromise.