Quick News - Just two week’s into their new “Free App Of The Week” initiative; Apple has granted all of us iPhone/iPad image editing enthusiasts a treat, providing Snapseed, the acclaimed IOS photo app, for the always pleasing price of zip-nada-zilch. Click on the image above to be routed to the apps detail page for more info!
Quick News- Right on cue and holding true to their initial word, Adobe has just released the eagerly-anticipated Creative Suite 6, much to the delight of all our Photoshopping, After Effecting, Premiere Pro-ing friends.
At an event held in San Fransisco, Adobe announced today that both the pricing and expected availability for the much-anticipated Creative Suite 6, a release that is expected to touch down on May 7th according to both B&H’s and Adobe’s pre-order plans.
Aside from a marginal bump in price for Production Premium to the tune of $200 additional dollars, thanks in part to the inclusion of Adobe’s new SpeedGrade and Prelude, most of the CS6 packages will retain the same prices as its C5.5 counterparts, with the Creative Suite 6 Master Collection still weighing in at $2,599.00. The complete price list for all the pre-order options can be viewed below.
NAB 2012: Apple Reveals Future Final Cut Pro X Plans – Multi-channel Audio Editing & RED Support Incoming
It was this time last year during NAB 2011 that Randy Ubillos, Apple’s chief architect of video applications, took the Supermeet stage and officially showcased Final Cut Pro X to the general public with great excitement and expectation. Fast-forward one year and a plethora of disgruntled users later, and the overall FCPX response has been anything but pleasant.
Quick News – Apple has just rolled out the latest round of updates for Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor, updating each to versions 10.0.4, 5.0.3, and 4.0.3 respectively. The minor tweaks are aimed at improving overall stability, performance, and compatibility between the post production tools, all of which are listed below:
Google’s Decision to Can Picnik Leaves the Door Open for Flickr to Find a New Photo Editing Home in Aviary
Back in January, Google made the business-oriented decision to prioritize their focuses by setting a plan to shut down Picnik, the original photo editor for Flickr, which was bought by the company in 2010 to focus on other endeavors such as the improvement of Google+. Due to Picnik’s termination, which is set to officially end on April 19th, Flickr made it a point to quickly find another photo-editing solution that would allow its users to continue editing their images within the site itself.
Quick News – Riding the wave of success that was the Lightroom 4 public beta, Adobe has decided to give their latest and highly anticipated version of Photoshop its own respective test run, bringing with it over 64 user-inspired enhancements over its predecessor.
Adobe has just announced the release and availability of the highly-anticipated 4th installment of their acclaimed photo management and editing software, Photoshop Lightroom 4. Building off the strong foundation of its predecessor, LR4, which beta-users have already confirmed, brings with it various noteworthy enhancements, both in terms of processing and workflow.
Deal Alert – B&H is back at it, offering even more outrageous discounts on Adobe products, this time listing Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium for just $799! No, that wasn’t a typo… It’s actually a savings of $900 from the original $1,699 list price.
Unlike the Lightroom 3 deals of earlier in the week, this offer will last until March 2nd, 2012, leaving you ample time to save up and take advantage of this opportunity. Click on the platform of your choice below to be taken to the product detail page: