Conclusion: Photoshop is literally synonymous with photo editing, so it's no surprise that this industry leader remains the go-to choice for professional photographers and graphic designers. With Adobe's introduction of its Creative Cloud subscription model, users have a choice for now: Sign up for a membership...
Pros: Basic video-editing tools, Speed is significantly improved, Background save and auto-recovery
Conclusion: No creative professional will deny the need for Adobe Creative Suite, and 2012's version, CS6, focuses on some of the toughest demands designers face in an interactive, digital, multimedia landscape.
Pros: Great upgrades to the biggest products included in the suite. Improvements in speed and performance. Focused on digital mixed media. New option to license as a cloud service with monthly subscription.
Cons: Single software purchases rather expensive. Requires a lot of hard disk space for installation, plus a decent chunk of RAM.
Excerpt: I recently finished working with Adobe UK on a project for the next generation of the Adobe Creative Suite and while I can't relate the details about anything I saw or worked on, I can discuss my experiences using the latest version of the suite—CS2.
Pros: Pros: Excellent suite overall and very good utility component integration. Loads of power, flexibility, and good value for the money. Excellent global support of PDF. Intelligent drag & drop support between Bridge and CS2 programs is excellent. New Photoshop and Illustrator features are well impl...
Cons: Cons: Bridge needs substantial improvements in speed. An enhanced curve editor is still required in Photoshop. The online activation still sucks. CS2 is not compatible with older operating systems. 3GB installation and heavy RAM requirements.