Tag Archives: Photoshop

Update of Adobe Creative Cloud 2014

splash-2014Adobe continues to produce valuable updates for its Creative Cloud software collection in 2014. The biggest change I detected with Adobe Dreamweaver 2014.1 release, which is based now on 64-bit architecture. Evidently, Dreamweaver is still being developed very actively and has a different fate than say Adobe Fireworks — abandoned but liked by many designers, just read the latest articles on SmashingMagazine.com. So now Dreamweaver is better compatible with PSD format (PSD asset workflow), take a look at the welcome screen below:

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Adode Dreamweaver 2014.1×64

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Dreamweaver and Photoshop CS6 Screenshots

Here’s few screenshots of Dreamweaver CS 6 (version 12.0 build 5808) and Photoshop CS6 (version 13.0). By the way Dreamweaver CS 6 has no 64-bit version yet.

New Mini Bridge in the Photoshop:

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Photography workspace:

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Painting workspace:

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Biggest feature of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3

Adobe Lightroom 3.2To me the biggest feature of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 (latest version is 3.2) is its nondestructive adjustment ability, that is when you edit your photos in Lightroom, you do not alter the original files. It is more common to video editing software where you can preview of the movie under construction, and once you finish your work you just render into desired format. The similar happens to your pictures in Lightroom, and if you like me mostly use jpg format, which is not suitable for repetitive savings, that feature allows to show you a preview of any editing changes. Your edits are stored in Lightroom as a set of instructions that are applied to your photo only in memory.

And do not forget about the cool and essential key commands (keyboard shortcuts) in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom:

Tab — hide and show side panels
Shift+Tab — hide and show all panels
F — Cycle full screen mode
L — Dim the lights in circle
` — Flag the selected photo(s)

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