Adobe's Creative Cloud gives subscribers access to all CS6 desktop applications and a range of extras
Photoshop CS6's crop tool includes a number of overlays, such as "Rule of Thirds"
Photoshop CS6's Content-Aware Move and Patch tool is impressive when moving subjects around an organic background, such as grass (Photo: Shutterstock)
The range of applications and services currently provided with Adobe's Creative Cloud
Adobe Illustrator CS6 has been rewritten from the ground up
Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the CS6 apps to get a new Charcoal Grey look
The ability to output HTML5 animations created in Flash helps cushion the blow for those looking to transition to HTML5
The CreateJS toolkit can convert Flash animations into HTML5
InDesign is yet to get the Charcoal Grey look but files created in it can be converted to an app using Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite service
Photoshop CS6's crop tool rotates the image rather than the crop window
Along with the various new features to individual applications that mark any full revision to Adobe’s Creative Suite, this year’s CS6 release saw the introduction of a new subscription model called Adobe Creative Cloud. We recently had a chance to chat with Adobe Creative guru Michael Stoddart who walked us through some of the new changes implemented in CS6.
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