If you’re a professional Web designer, chances are that you’ve used Photoshop at least once in your life. This impressive application, nearly 20 years old, is very much the industry standard for image editing and photo retouching, and is often the software of choice for the Web designer too.
The latest incarnation – Photoshop 10, or CS3 – is just around the corner; Adobe officially launched it last week, and it’s currently available for pre-order at the time of writing.
I’ve been playing with the CS3 beta for the last few months, and it’s certainly an impressive beast. Let’s take a look at the new, fun stuff that Adobe have added to their latest release, as well as areas that they’ve improved over CS2 and earlier versions.