Posts Tagged ‘photoshopcc’

Adobe is Resetting Free Trials for Creative Cloud, Try It for Another 30 Days Free

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According to Lifehacker, Adobe is currently sending out emails to notify users that they are resetting everybody’s Creative Cloud 30-day free trial. If you’ve not given the newest versions of the software a chance and you’re not one of the people who is dead set against it, now is a great time to see if what you’re missing is worth jumping into the subscription model. Read more…

Great Tutorial: ’10 Things Beginners Want to Know How To Do’ in Photoshop CC

It’s likely one of the reasons Adobe decided to shift to a subscription model was so that they could bring in more beginners and amateurs that had never had affordable access to the software.

For them, justifying a several hundred-dollar purchase wasn’t always feasible, but $10 per month through Adobe’s perpetually-extended Photoshop Photography Program is more than reasonable, and so we’d bet there are more beginners on Photoshop CC than ever before. Now the hard part… actually using the software.

Super helpful Photoshop CC beginner tutorial to the rescue! Read more…

Adobe Further Beats Dead Horse, Extends Photography Program for Everyone Again

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Don’t lie, you saw this one coming. Adobe has already beaten the proverbial horse bloody when it comes to their Photoshop Photography Program being extended again and again and again… and again.

And yet, here they are doing it again, this time once more allowing anybody in the US (regardless of whether or not you own a previous license or not) to get the special bundle for only $10/month on an annual basis. Read more…

How To: Photoshop Perspective Warp Tool Demonstrated Using Optimus Prime

The introduction of the new Perspective Warp tool (among other things) for Photoshop CC was met with a good deal of excitement by photographers. But if you haven’t had a chance to play with it yourself, or you’re still unsure exactly how it works from the intro video, the demo above should give you a much better idea of how to put the tool to use. Read more…

Adobe Adds Perspective Warp and Linked Smart Objects in Major Photoshop Update

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One of the advantages to the Creative Cloud model is that those onboard don’t have to pay any extra when major upgrades come. No more updating to the newest creative suite because Adobe has added a tantalizing feature like Content Aware Move, the update will come your way and all you have to do is continue to make your monthly payment.

Such an update just went live this very moment, featuring a couple of exciting new features: Perspective Warp and Linked Smart Objects. Read more…

Adobe Keeps $10 CC Photography Bundle Available to Everyone Through Dec 8th

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A couple of weeks ago, we told you that Adobe was extending its special $10/month Photoshop Photography Program (better known around these parts as the ‘Photography Bundle’) to everybody, even if they didn’t own a previous copy of Photoshop.

That deal was supposed to end on December 2nd but, thanks to widespread positive response from photographers, they’ve decided to extend the deadline to December 8th! Read more…

Adobe Opens Up CC Photography Bundle to Everyone for a Limited Time

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When Adobe officially announced its special Creative Cloud plan/bundle for photographers, there was a catch: you had to own Photoshop CS3 or above in order to qualify for the special $10/month pricing. Well, no more. For a limited time, Adobe is lifting that restriction and making the special bundle available for everyone. Read more…

Adobe Officially Releases Photography Bundle as CC Surpasses 1M Subscribers

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In addition to the Project Mighty and Napoleon announcement we told you about earlier, Adobe had a few more things up its sleeve yesterday. Key among them was the official release of the exciting $10/month photographer bundle along with some statistics that show how fast Creative Cloud is growing. Read more…

Photographers Rejoice: Adobe Unveils a $10/Month Photoshop CC and LR Plan

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When Adobe announced its shift to a subscription-only model earlier this year, there was an outcry from photographers who balked at the idea of paying over $20 a month to use Photoshop CC. There were soon murmurings that the company was brewing a special subscription package geared specifically toward photographers.

Today, that package became a reality. Adobe has announced a new Photoshop Photography Program, a more affordable subscription plan that gives photographers access to the software they can’t (or don’t want to) live without.
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Time-Lapse: Creating an Impressive 284-Layer ‘Super Composite’

Photography purists might want to look away on this one. The above video is a 9 minute time-lapse that speeds up 7+ hours worth of Photoshop CC work. That work was spent creating an intense composite that wound up consisting of 284 layers before it was all said and done. Read more…