Lesa Snider King, founder of GraphicReporter.com, chief evangelist of iStockphoto.com, and author of our forthcoming December title, Photoshop CS4: The Missing Manual, recently posted her thoughts on some of Photoshop CS4's new features and tools. According to Lesa, Photoshop aficionados can look forward to some big changes that may take some getting used to. Will they like them? "For the most part, the answer is a resounding yes," she says.
"Photoshop CS4 sports an overhauled workspace, OpenGL features like a rotating canvas, new panels for Masks and Adjustments, on-image controls for some adjustments (a la Photoshop LightRoom), a 3-D engine, and that's just for starters," writes Lesa in her Macworld.com story. Read it here.
Lesa Snider King is also appearing in Santa Rosa, CA on Saturday (Sept. 27), at the annual North Coast Mac User Group's 15th annual Expo. She joins a great line up of speakers that includes Derrick Story, O'Reilly Media's photography evangelist and author of The Digital Photography Companion.
So if you're in the San Francisco Bay Area this weekend, check it out!