Lo and behold! Photoshop CC is now available!

Adobe has just made available Photoshop CC, a magical new update to Photoshop. This blog post lists out some resources that will help you get started with this new release.

Install Photoshop CC

  1. Go to http://creative.adobe.com and sign in with your Adobe ID.
  2. Click Download Center in the top bar.
  3. Click the Download icon next to the Photoshop icon.
  4. On the Photoshop product page, click Download. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

What’s New

Photoshop CC is packed with exciting features and enhancements that will enrich your digital imaging experience. Here is a select list:

  • Reduce camera shake blurring

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    Before/After | Reduce camera shake blurring

  • Share your creative work on Behance

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    Uploading your creative work to Behance

  • Automatically straighten image content using the Upright modes in Adobe Camera Raw

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    Before/After | Straightening image content

  • Define elliptical marquees and apply localized corrections to them using the Radial Filter tool in Adobe Camera Raw

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    Before/After | Radial Filter tool

  • Work simultaneously with multiple paths
  • Paint 3D models with finer control and greater accuracy

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    Live 3D painting in Photoshop CC

  • Work better with 3D objects using the revamped 3D panel
  • Type text in 10 Indic languages
  • Adjust dimensions, placement, and the corner radii of a rectangle or rounded rectangle shape

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PS: I had the privilege of documenting the new features and enhancements in Photoshop CC over the past few months. Watch this space for helpful resources and useful hints.

New release of Adobe Story now available…

The February 2013 release of Adobe Story is now available. This major update lets you do the following and much more:

  • You can now manage camera shot numbers just like you’d manage dialog numbers.
  • While creating or comparing schedules, Story defaults to the last project opened.
  • While editing lists, clicking the blue cross opens the relevant list for user validation instead of directly adding the characters/sets.
  • Improvements related to headers and footers in reports
  • You can now choose to initialize dialog numbers for new scenes.
  • You can create customized scene-level tags in scripts. These tags are also reflected in schedules and relevant reports.
  • Scene headings and their count are displayed in the detailed running order report.
  • A new role called Writer is available for script writers. This role is designed to help manage permissions for freelance writers in particular.
  • The Irish TV screenplay template features several enhancements. For example, you can now edit the Story Day field in this template.
  • You can assign scene time to all scenes. Also, you can input the sunrise and sunset times in the same dialog.
  • You can create day-level camera cards.
  • You can see the Last Camera Info for the previous scene in the From box of the scene and the First Camera Info for the next scene in the To box of the scene.
  • You can now create Scene Breakdown reports from the script.
  • You can choose to print only the pages that have changed since Track Changes was enabled.
  • A news icon is now displayed next to the notifications icon on the Story home page. Important news bulletins published by the Story team are displayed in this area.
  • The Story landing page now gives you an option to join Adobe® Creative Cloud. Subscribing to Adobe Story Free gives you all the benefits of Creative Cloud free membership.
  • You can now view schedules in story order.
  • Critical bug fixes

You can review the updated documentation at this URL. For the latest news and information related to Story, follow the Adobe Story team blog.