Review of Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop just turned twenty in 2010. While it seems like as small number and most twenty year olds haven’t really done anything substantial with their lives, Photoshop, on the other hand, truly has. There have been no less than twelve versions of Adobe Photoshop in those twenty years of existence, with each adding brand new methods of encouraging creativity and excellence.

Photoshop has seen different operating systems come and go, has migrated to them and away from them and still offers powerful features. The new Photoshop turns backward in some ways, seems to appear a great deal like Corel in other ways, and offers some new brushes and tools that are nothing short of amazing.

Smart new features mean that Photoshop can offer you literally unparalleled new ways to build and to edit your graphics. New filters, new brushes, and new toys offer you the ability to move back and forth between other software with your Adobe. Adobe, based on the new items that come out in every new version of their software, is by no means finished with the any improvements and changes. There will be a lot of new offerings on the horizon for Adobe if this version is anything to go by.

The new list of features that Adobe Photoshop offers us is literally unending. There are some outstanding changes that offer artists the ability to do virtually anything, which is impressive given that Adobe was top notch before it added the new features.

A few things you might want to check out are:

– The content aware fillers

– The new wet brushes

– Better masking tools

– Faster 3D

– New Color Picker and Eyedropper (part of what Corel users love about their product which we’ve wanted to see in Adobe for years)

The New Adobe Photo shop is functional in Mac as well as Windows. With this many operating systems being dealt with, and given that building for Windows 7 of course presented a significant challenge to the new Adobe Photoshop version, the new Adobe Photoshop is nothing less than spectacular.. They rose to the challenge of Windows 7 very nicely.

The System requirements of Adobe’s new version are:

For Windows:

– Pentium 4-AMD Athlon64 or better

– Windows XP Service Pack 3 or higher (Vista, Windows 7

– 1 Gig of Ram for best service

For Mac:

– Multicore Intel processor

– Mac OS X v10.5.7 or v10.6

– 1GB of RAM

The new Adobe Photoshop is loaded with fun new toys, new tools and amazing new features. One of the most interesting is the drag and drop of the smart objects. As computing and computers change, as the need for more crisp and clean graphics change, so does Adobe. Cool tools and impressive improvements like these are why Adobe gets more of the market share every year and why we say, it just keeps getting better.