Get your update on
Adobe has released PS CS5 version 12.0.1.
The most significant fixes in the Photoshop 12.0.1 update include the following:
A number of issues that could cause slow performance have been addressed.
Top crashers found in the field have been addressed.
3D refractions, Ray Tracing and IBL workflows improved.
Out of memory error opening some TIFFs has been addressed.
A crash in Content Aware Fill has been addressed.
Font related crashes have been addressed.
Scroll wheel issue addressed.
A number of user interface and workspace issues addressed.
A number of painting issues addressed, including video layer issue.
Droplet issues addressed.
Go get it
Adobe has made CS5 available for try and buy on their web site.
Prices of the suite range from a $599 upgrade to $2599 for the full blown suite.
Read More: http://www.adobe.com/
From Vincent Laforet
NAB 2010 kicks off tomorrow – and you should expect some pretty fantastic announcements from a wide variety of companies. I know of quite a few – but am sworn to secrecy for at least another 12 hours or so.
For those of you who could not make it out to the city of sin for this conference – know that a lot of the buzz here surrounds the HD DSLR and “convergence” worlds. Very exciting times. I can’t wait to share a lot of what I know with you very shortly. Zeiss, RedRock Micro, Lite Panels, Marshall Electronics, Canon and many many more have some very exciting announcement to make tomorrow!
Read More: http://blog.vincentlaforet.com
From Canon, it could be the remotes we were told about.
Adobe has announced Creative Suite 5
Check out all the info about the new suite from adobe.
Adobe is inviting the planet to an online launch of Adobe Creative Suite 5.
Read More: http://cs5launch.adobe.com/
More from Adobe
Beta 2 of Lightroom 3 is available for download.
Download Lightroom CS3 b2: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/lightroom3/