So wait, is this going to be an upgrade from CS5 and switching it to CS6, or is this Photoshop 6, which is the Elements version??
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My wife loves Photoshop and I am sure we will end up with CS6, I prefer Lightroom as I really don't do much to my pics and it works great for what I do need to do.
Nice thing is if I want more than Lightroom can do I just give her the pic and lean over her shoulder telling her what I want....best of both worlds for me...for her not so much
cigar smoking, wilderness first responding, ham talking night nurse who is overland certified and a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.....
now everyone say "so what where have you been lately?"
Looks like a pretty nice upgrade. I have my pennies set aside for when it's released.
Adobe released CS6 today. I downloaded and installed the upgrade version on my two systems. I was coming from CS4 so this will be a nice jump for me.
Adobe only lets you use the upgrade option if you are within the last 2 releases so to stay on my upgrade path and continue to get the much better upgrade pricing I needed to upgrade to CS6.
That's the excuse I used to justify it anyway.
Actually they had an amnesty period of sorts which finished in the 6th. I managed to get a whole bunch of cs3, cs4 suites upgraded. Saved us about $15k. Will be installing the cs6 suites when we get the discs next week I believe
Sweet, I didn't hear about the amnesty program. That certainly saved you a pile of pennies.
I think they copped a bit of flak over it and it was only a short period and only applicable to the entire suite I believe rather than individual products.
Can't wait to get my hands in it. Of course now I'll have to teach the designers all the new bits