Last night’s major roll-out of the new Adobe Photoshop CC system (the successor to CS6) included a lot of cool features. One of them is Photoshop’s ability to store application settings to the cloud, and synchronize them across all your computers. Of particular interest to me was the ability to include your custom actions and synchronize them as well. Continue reading Sync Adobe Photoshop CC Settings to the Cloud
Adobe has just released a whole slew of videos showing off the Photoshop Lightroom 4 Beta. Yes, you can download it now. Yes, it’s free to use. (Links below.) In the past there’s been an internal expiration on the beta application, so you won’t be able to keep using it very long after the final release becomes available.
If you’re new to Lightroom you can check out all the videos, but if you’re an old-hand here’s what I recommend. First, skip the “Intro” video, the “Mapping” video, and the “dSLR Video” video. There are some nice tidbits in there, but nothing to get revved up about. Continue reading Adobe Announces Photoshop Lightroom 4 Beta