Speak to virtually any professional photographer, designer, or video professional and enquire as to what image editing and manipulation software they use. In almost all cases the answer will be the same: Adobe Photoshop CC (creative Cloud). Photoshop has long been the leading choice among designers and for good reason; it has features that save users hours of time and money, allowing them to complete tasks that they would otherwise have to outsource.
Who uses Photoshop CC?
Adobe Photoshop CC was created for a broad design market that includes
Photoshop CC offers a myriad of features that not only simplify the processes required to achieve the results you want, but also save you a load of time.
Some of the features that make it stand out include:
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Adobe Photoshop CC Upgrades
You can only buy Adobe Photoshop CC via a subscription licence. While this may initially leave you feeling like you are being held hostage to ongoing payments, rather than a once-off cost, there are many good reasons why this model is beneficial to you.
One of the main advantages of the Creative Cloud subscription model is that rather than waiting a year or two for Adobe to release an upgrade that includes the latest features, Adobe releases the latest features ‘on the go’ as soon as they have been developed and tested.
In a technological era where both requirements and possibilities are in a constant flux of change, this ongoing release of new features allows you to remain on the cutting edge. Given that the estimated frequency of the development of brand new technologies is approximately every 30 days, the idea of waiting a year for a software package to catch up with the latest requirements seems ludicrous. Even six months would be too long to wait, nor would you want to purchase an expensive perpetual licence every six months.
Take a look at the video below that illustrates some of the updates that were made to the latest version of Photoshop CC at the time of writing.
Hidden Gems in Photoshop CC 2017