This deal is for today only! B&H Photo has Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 and Premiere Elements 15, DVD edition, on sale at $69.95. That’s $80 off the regular price.
A new Photoshop tutorial series by Adobe on YouTube.
Julieanne Kost (well known in the PhotoShop universum) will introduce you to the secrets of what likely is the most powerful image editing tool existing. The tutorial series aims at beginners, though there might be some tricks that even the more experienced users have overseen.
Five Tips for Working with Brushes
Six Easy Ways to Select Colors in Photoshop
10 Tips for Working with the Layers Panel
Three Ways to Quickly Zoom in Photoshop CC
Five Reasons to Use Smart Filters in Photoshop
Eight Reasons to Use Layer Groups[via PetaPixel]
For a short time B&H Photo is offering Adobe Photoshop Elements for just $62.99 instead of $92.99. The offer expires May 30th.
- Advanced Image Enhancement Tools
- Additional Quick Edit Effect Variations
- Integrated Learning Channels
- Enhanced Direct Social Network Sharing
- Friendly and Intuitive Editing Interface
- Blend Facebook Profile and Cover Photos
- Crop and Composition Tools
- Black and White Photo Effects
- Easily Mix and Merge Multiple Images
- Efficient Tagging and Searching Tools
B&H has crazy great Adobe deal going on, and expiring tomorrow August 31st. You can have Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Lightroom 4 bundled together for just $389.90. Both Windows (click here) and Mac (click here) versions are available. This is a bargain, consider that Photoshop CS6 alone usually comes for around $700.
Adobe released a software update for Photoshop CS5 and CS5.1 (click here), and for Illustrator CS5 and CS5.5 (click here). The patch addresses a security issue that makes it possible to inject malicious code into a computer system. I wrote “finally” in the title because at first Adobe tried to address this issue with an update to Photoshop CS6 (and it is not a free update). After several complains from users, and after a month, Adobe decided to release the patches. When asked by German technology news-ticker heise.de (Google translated) why they did not release a free security update, Adobe answered:
While Adobe did resolve the vulnerabilities [..] in the Adobe Photoshop CS6 major release, no dot release was scheduled or released for Adobe Photoshop CS5 or CS5.5. The team did not believe the real-world risk to customers warranted an out-of-band release to resolve these issues. The security bulletin for Photoshop is rated as a Priority 3 update, indicating that it is a product that has historically not been a target for attackers, and in this case we are not aware of any exploits targeting the issues fixed.