Me and Photoshop get along great, so when I heard about this, I was very excited to say the least!
On December 15, Adobe Systems released a public beta of Photoshop Creative Suite 3 (CS). Among the features of the new release are a new user interface, camera RAW enhancements, a Quick Select tool, and improved print dialog and print preview function. Adobe has also added some new features like Auto Blend and Auto Align tools and improved black-and-white conversion control.
"Photoshop is one of the most widely used digital-imaging software applications in the world, and its release is being eagerly awaited by creative professionals working in the web- and print-publishing industries. The new version of the software will feature significant enhancements of Photoshop's user interface and functionality.
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The public beta of Photoshop, a first for the application, will be made available for download free of charge. A valid registration and serial number from Photoshop CS2, Adobe Creative Suite 2, Adobe Creative Suite Production Studio, Adobe Design Bundle, Adobe Web Bundle or Adobe Video Bundle will be required to activate the program.
By releasing a beta version of the next Photoshop early, Adobe hopes to gather feedback before the product's official launch next year."
Download Adobe Photoshop CS3 Beta at Adobe Labs Online.