Monday, April 23, 2012

A Little Birdie Told Me About Adobe Photoshop CS6

First, a word of explanation.  Back in February I did "something" to my right wrist.  Using the mouse, the pen and tablet or just typing was so painful it would bring tears to my eyes.  I thought I'd give it a little rest and not blog for a few days.  Well, "a few days" trued out to be a few months.  Just this little bit has caused me to start rubbing my wrist just to get it working a bit, but nowhere near the pain I would have had eight, or six, or four weeks ago.

That said, it's time to break out the bubbly.  Adobe Photoshop CS6 was announced today.  No more Beta.  No more guessing if the Adaptive Wide Angle filter is going to make the final cut.  I have a few (five) things I really like about CS6 and a couple that are sort of take it or leave type of things.   Today's image was tweaked in the Beta version of Photoshop CS6, but 90% of the work was done in the "not so Beta" of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.  In fact, the only trip to PS CS6 was to put the catch light in the bird's eye.

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