Press Release: Tampa, FL – April 4, 2005 – Today, immediately following Adobe’s announcement of Adobe® Photoshop® CS2, the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) launched the Photoshop CS2 Learning Center—the most comprehensive look at Adobe Photoshop CS2 available anywhere. This extensive learning center, including free online videos, articles, reviews, news, a downloadable CS2 overview, and a CS2 discussion forum, provides an unparalleled resource for learning about this amazing new upgrade.
Archive for April 4th, 2005
PhotoshopNews talks to Kevin Connor, senior director of product management at Adobe Systems.
Kevin, Photoshop CS2 and the entire CS Suite has just been announced, did you really think you would make it?
Of course, I always knew we would make it–I just didn’t necessarily know how! Thankfully, the team has done another remarkable job and delivered a feature-packed release right on schedule.
I know one of the things that you’ve been working hard on is the Digital Negative (DNG) initiative–Adobe’s archival format for digital camera raw files. What are the major advances with DNG in Photoshop CS2? Is there a new DNG rev with CS2?
Interview: John Nack
So John, how’s life as a Photoshop Product Manager?
Hey Jeff. Life is good, thanks! Announcing a new version is easily the most exciting time to be on the team.
BTW, can you tell us your –EXACT– title?
My title is “Product Manager, Adobe Photoshop.”
One of the big new features of Photoshop CS2 is Adobe Bridge, can you tell us why you guys decided to rip the File Browser out of Photoshop and make it a stand-alone application?
Adobe® Photoshop® CS2 will be able to go beyond the previous 2gig/process barrier that pervious versions of Photoshop were limited to. The answer of “How Much Beyond” varies. . .
Blogging live from New York City at the Adobe ideas conference
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Adobe has posted a video featuring a variety of top Photoshop experts and photographers talking about Adobe® Photoshop CS2®. The video and additional information about Photoshop CS2 is available at the Adobe digital imaging solutions page. See the video 6.5M(SWF: 1:30 min)
Also check out the Photoshop CS2 home page.
Adobe Camera Raw has been updated to version 3. Check out the updated Camera Raw page for more info.
Martin Evening tells us he’s just wrapped up writing his new book Photoshop CS2 for Photographers and sent it off to his publishers, Focal Press. The new edition of this best selling book should be hitting the streets in mid to end of May–just about the time Photoshop CS2 starts shipping.
As a special perk for PhotoshopNews readers, Martin has made his Chapter 1: What’s New in Photoshop CS2 available for download. The 21 page PDF, outlines all the new features of Photoshop CS2 and Bridge from a user’s perspective. It’s a good read for anybody who want’s to really know what’s NEW!
Press Release: SAN JOSE, Calif. — April 4, 2005 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced Adobe® Photoshop® CS2, a major upgrade to the professional industry standard for digital image editing and creation. Available as a stand-alone software application or as a key component of Adobe Creative Suite® 2, also announced today (see separate press release), Photoshop CS2 software brings a new level of power, precision and control to the digital photography experience and to the overall creative process.