As always with any type of software that’s still being supported, companies are always going to make updates for it. Adobe is no different. There are many people that agree that Adobe has been recently been milking it with their creative suite. Many argue that with the addition of the .5 update, it should even be a paid upgrade. Many feel it’s more of the same and many people are forced to paying for the upgrades due to the fact that the only way to get do updates (ie software fixes) are to pay for it. This has made a lot of people angry and with Adobe also changing the upgrade paths (no more discount for those using old software), the consumers aren’t very happy.
Well, we leave all the complaints to other sites and forums. What I want to see is will the next Adobe iterations of the Creative Suite be enough to get everyone to upgrade? Well if we were to look at the next Photoshop. I’d say yes. This looks to be an upgrade. From first looking at it, it looks more like Cinema4D. Heck it even has an animation timeline. It also has a viewport for 3D. It looks like we’ll be seeing functions starting to overlap from other softwares in the near future. Who knows, maybe all the creative suite will just be one software and will be a jack of all trades. Well here’s a sneak peak at one of the functions of Adobe’s new Photoshop Cs6.
That’s right folks. The long awaited 5th creative suite is being released. Actually you know what, why is it called a launch party when it’s not being expected til the end of the May. Anyways, this looks to be a solid release. For one, I believe everything is in 64 bit or probably the most used ones are. This means a lot more faster and a lot less memory errors. There some new gpu enhancements (only limited to certain Nvidia Cuda capable cards at the moment). The other thing, well it looks like I can final design flash stuff without knowing any programming. Sweet. Let’s just hope installation and load times aren’t bad.
New features added to every programs
Bug fixes to all the programs
64 bit transistion (work on bigger files, faster, and more RAM available to use)
It’s CS5, it the new thing out right now
Upgrade pricing isn’t bad (around 1/2 of a full version)
You’re probably not gonna use all the programs on the CS5 Suite
You have got to have a 64-bit OS otherwise it won’t load up CS5
Plug-ins for After Effects will need to be rewritten (yep you’re gonna have to pay for those too)
Prices are outrage depending on what part of the world you’re in
You’ll want more ram, but your motherboard can only hold 8 gigs (god dammit)
Yeah it’ll be a costly upgrade especially those still on the Mac G5’s
Are you excited still. Well I sure am. Too bad they didn’t actually release it today. Bummer. Check out more information at adobe.com.
So it’s that time of the year. After a year and a half, Adobe is about to release the next version of their creative suite. Will it be worth it? Probably. Even though they released CS4, CS4 features didn’t entice artists to switch for such little new features. The cost of performance/features to price wasn’t worth it. CS5 will most likely change that. For one thing, more of their programs are gonna be 64 bit. Meaning that it will now be able to use all of the ram on your system unlike the previous version which were stuck using at most 4 gigs. Now you can open really large pictures files and have an amazing amount of ram preview in After effects.
Some suggestion I would like to have in the new CS5. I hope that they start to utilize the gpu cores more (would be great with After Effects). Also, make the installer quicker, why is it such a hassle. It’s freakin way to slow. If you’re wondering when it going to be out, well, it’s going being released on April 12. Adobe looks like they’ll have a press event on their site as well. If you want to see a preview of what on CS5, check out this video of Photoshop CS5 and it’s “content aware fill”. It is just crazy if not impossible.
Today we take a look at the work of Markku Lahdesmaki. A photographer who grew up in Tampere, Finland. There he found a lot of inspiration and passion. Traveling throughout the world to fill his archives. Markku now calls southern California home. He still takes photos, but turns them to something more fantastical.
Now when you take a look at his work you noticed that’s it’s just photography. On some though, you have to wonder. Take a look at tin-can robot man series on his website. That is just some fun stuff. View his site at www.markkuphoto.com.
You guys have to check out this guy’s website. Not only are there some stunning photography, but there is something else. Navigate to the make of section and be amazed. This person or people are truly masters of image manipulation. While your at it listen to the background music. It fits perfectly with the imagery.
You can visit this guy’s website to check out his stuff .