Adobe has released a free beta version of [amazon_link id="1133526462" target="_blank" ]Photoshop CS6 [/amazon_link]for Windows and Mac. Experts’ early reviews indicate that serious amateur and professional photographers will find it to be an essential tool, even as photo-editing apps on iOS, Android and other mobile platforms are serving the broader consumer photography market well. These are great for quick image adjustments on the go and sharing casual photos via social media; but they still don’t have the capabilities commercial photographers require to satisfy clients’ exacting demands.
Some new features of [amazon_link id="1133526462" target="_blank" ]Photoshop CS6 [/amazon_link] beta, such as Content Aware Patch and Content Aware Move have dazzled many early users; however, in the final analysis, these are not as useful as some of the more practical, new features. What professional photographers want is to save time during the workflow process and the change Adobe has made to layers serves that need. Instead of the time-consuming search for a particular layer, [amazon_link id="1133526462" target="_blank" ]Photoshop CS6 [/amazon_link] allows you to find it by layer type, mode or even the various characteristics of a layer.
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