Sunday, 25 March 2012

Adobe is previewing the latest version of its flagship photo editor as a free beta edition. Anyone who is interested is welcome to download it and try it out.
The free public beta of Photoshop Creative Suite 6 is now available for Windows and Mac. It’s stacked with new features like some video editing tools and revamped brushes for editing photos, as well as interface enhancements that improve productivity.
It will remain free until the full version of CS6 ships later this year, at which point you’ll need to purchase the commercial version, which we expect will cost about $700 (or a $200 upgrade).

Follow these steps to get started with Photoshop CS6 beta:
  1. Watch the Russell Brown's 6 Favorite Features in Photoshop CS6 beta video
  2. Download and install Photoshop CS6 beta

    You do not need a serial number to install and use the beta. Simply select "Try. I want to try Adobe Photoshop CS6 for a limited time." in the Welcome Screen when you start the installation process.
  3. Read the Photoshop CS6 beta installation and feature notes
  4. Ask questions and share your feedback in the Photoshop CS6 beta forum
  5. Sign up to be notified when Photoshop CS6 is available for purchase
Screenshots of Photoshop CS6:




Enjoy.
Artzz Luv

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  1. Is it better than photoshop cs5?

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    1. Will be writing one for sure...!

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