Today Adobe has announced the public availability of Photoshop CS6 Beta, a “test” version of the next major release of Photoshop. Well, “today” is a relative term, depending on your time zone. But regardless, with this announcement I thought I might share my top ten favorite new features in Photoshop CS6 Beta.
Spoiler Alert! The image shown toward the bottom of this post was created with one of my top ten favorite new features in Photoshop CS6 Beta.
To really make the most of the top ten list (and to have a bit of fun in the process), I got together with my good friends at video2brain and produced a free (yes, free!) video course featuring my top ten favorite new features in Photoshop CS6 Beta. And yes, I did say free. Zero cost. Valid wherever an Internet connection enables you to access the title. For free. Thanks to yours truly and my good friends at video2brain.
To check out my top ten favorite new features in Photoshop CS6 Beta, complete with guidance on how to put these new features to use, check out the new (and did I mention, free?) video training course. It is called, appropriately enough, “Photoshop CS6 Beta: Tim Grey’s Top 10“. You can find it through my video2brain online store here:
Those of you who have been reading my Ask Tim Grey eNewsletter for a while (perhaps from the very beginning over ten years ago) probably know that I have a lot of pet peeves when it comes to the world of digital imaging. Well, actually, I just have a lot of pet peeves in general. I’m happy to report that quite a few of my biggest pet peeves about Photoshop have been addressed in this new update. Very exciting! And there are other great new features as well, so I really don’t have anything to complain about (and I have a lot to be happy about!).
If you’re feeling a little adventurous and enjoy the notion of checking out all the new features before the final release (and even better, want the opportunity to provide feedback to Adobe before everything is finalized), you can download Photoshop CS6 Beta through the Adobe Labs website here:
But whether or not you decide to install Photoshop CS6 Beta before the final release, why not give yourself the benefit of some advance knowledge by checking out the free “Photoshop CS6 Beta: Tim Grey’s Top 10” course? Once again, you can find it here:
After watching my video top ten list, how about coming back here and letting me know what you think about some of these new features? And which one is your favorite?