December 15, 2010

Photoshop CS5 wins Macworld Editors’ Choice Award

“From its new 64-bit capability on the Mac to details like drag-and-drop file integration,” writes Jackie Dove, “the CS5 upgrade is the most significant and impressive since the Creative Suite started shipping in 2003.”  Thanks, guys! [full article]

Posted by John Nack at 11:12 AM on December 15, 2010

Comments

  • Mylenium — 11:41 AM on December 15, 2010

    My grandma could have predicted that! Not that there was much choice to begin with….

  • Coşkun OLCA — 12:16 PM on December 15, 2010

    Congratulations, thank you & Photoshop team for bring us an amazing software…

  • John Hoffman — 5:09 PM on December 15, 2010

    And for all of us, including those who use REAL computers rather than computers with half chewed fruit on the case, there are content aware fill, much improved masking, and several other features that allow the less skilled like me to do a much better job than before.

    The other CS5 applications have improved features, but Photoshop was definitely the crown jewel of the package.

    • Mylenium — 12:01 AM on December 16, 2010

      “The other CS5 applications have improved features, but Photoshop was definitely the crown jewel of the package.”

      Typical case of “your mileage may vary”. Try that line on someone who only tangentially uses PS but does video editing with Premiere and After Effects all the time. To those, the Mercury playback engine, Rotobrush and the move to 64bit in those apps have much more value. Likewise, Dreamweaver has gotten better CSS handling and previewing as well as various code enhancements and while it may perhaps be less posh and obvious, it clearly is an important thing to a web designer. So for what it’s worth – where the crown jewel goes is pretty much a case of what you do every day.

  • Jeremy Chone — 10:49 PM on December 15, 2010

    Not surprised, I am using Photoshop CS5 on Mac, and it just rocks.

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