« on: February 25, 2015, 12:24:54 PM »
I see the combined needs of all photographer users still as a comparatively small subset of the full PS gamut.
How do you figure that? The only parts of PS that seem truly unrelated to the "photographer" would be the press-related components, e.g. CMYK support. Even compositing is used (in legitimate ways) by many photographers these days. Can you provide some examples of features of PS that photographers definitely don't need?
Any image where you start from a blank canvas (instead of photographic capture/s) and all steps involved to create them. Don't ask me what those are in detail, i've never done it. But the graphics experts i know all contend it is quite a bit. :-)