After a long wait of almost 2 years since the last release of CS5 on April 12, 2010 Adobe has released its public beta software of Photoshop CS6 today code-named Superstition. The new creative suite has got some of the incredible performance enhancements, imaging magic, and creativity tools. From the look of its beta release, Photoshop CS6 software will be a whole new experience in digital image editing. This beta release comprises of all the features in both Photoshop CS6 and its extended version.
It has greatly redefined User Interface that is pleasant to the eye and very fast responding. The Mercury Graphics Engine gives you near-instant results when you edit with key tools such as Liquify, Puppet Warp, and Crop. The New UI with the dark background feature enlightens the images and gives a look pleasant. All the new features are the result of the user feedback makes the features very effective.
The new features include brush enhancements, with brightness control and new sizes of brushes. A whole lot of new layers have been added with multiple layer locking, allowing change color to multiple layers at once, etc. There are many other features which makes our Photoshop experience a lot more better then its predecessors.
The software is expected to hit the store in the first half of the year. The prices of the standalone product will be around $699, and the extended version is expected to be around a price tag of $999. We can download this version from the site of adobe labs. The beta is completely functional and will work until the final release comes out. It also works alongside of any previous versions the you might have already installed.