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Thread: From Photoshop CS6 to Photoshop CC

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    From Photoshop CS6 to Photoshop CC

    Any downside in upgrading to the latest Photoshop?

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    Aside from the monthly subscription and check in with the cloud not really. Would be great to always have the latest and greatest photoshop.

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    Be careful, the latest Bridge CC does not have a 'export' [to JPEG for example] panel. But, upgrade to CC Photoshop is very good move.

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    I haven't noticed any downside at all, or much of a difference in everyday use for that matter.

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    To be honest the only main feature that caught me was the tool to correct image blur from slight motion in a long shutter speed photograph. Being a photographer it is a useful feature. I must admit the subscription side of things is unfortunate but depending on your use Adobe offer a couple of different options. For example they're currently running Lightroom + Photoshop package for about $10 a month.

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    Someone tell me if it's worth, there is much new in DC? Thanks

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    I wonder if it's really worth it.. (when you're on CS6)

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    I think it's worthy. The october/november updates had significant upgrades.

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    id say if your company is paying for your cc, then go for it. all apps with updates are included, so its a pretty solid buy. only downside so far is that the security at adobe has been breached a few times, so be careful.

    personally, im sticking with my C6 for now until my company agrees to pay the monthly fee.

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    Nothing

    To be honest I haven't noticed any changes at all. Apart from the payment plan!!

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    Old Macbooks don't do well with it

    I've had some bad experience with CC on my macbook pro 2008...Photoshop was slow as hell, I believe it had something to do with GPU card incompatibility.

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    i'm not sure about upgrading, trying to figure out if the $10 a month subscription fee is worth it. i'm really interested in the typekit portfolio package they're including. does anyone know what sort of fonts are being included?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jolie View Post
    i'm not sure about upgrading, trying to figure out if the $10 a month subscription fee is worth it. i'm really interested in the typekit portfolio package they're including. does anyone know what sort of fonts are being included?
    If you are sure that even the $10 subscription includes the Typekit Portfolio plan (I have the full subscription myself), you will have access to the complete Typekit font library (which you can see here, https://typekit.com/fonts)

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    is it truly a major upgrade? been on the fence for months...does anybody prefer CC over cs6?

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlmp View Post
    is it truly a major upgrade? been on the fence for months...does anybody prefer CC over cs6?
    No, I don't think many people would call it a major upgrade. It depends on what you do with the software. I think they added a few nice features for photographers, like the camera shake reducer plugin, but I mostly do web design and I could live just fine with CS6.

    That being said, of course I prefer the latest and greatest version

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