Adobe adds 3D editing capabilities to Photoshop CS6 Extended
Adobe has been hard at work with its upcoming Photoshop CS6 and today the company has revealed yet another tease. This time, we get teased with 3D capabilities, which includes enhanced performance and the ability to change the position, color, material, shadow, and light source of a 3D image.
Adobe’s popular flagship digital imaging software, Photoshop, is set for an update with the upcoming Creative Suite 6.0 (CS6) and there are several new changes that are sure to create a buzz. Adobe has also been offering several “sneak peeks” at the upcoming release.
In the video below, Adobe gives us a tease of the upcoming Photoshop CS6 and its 3D editing capabilities. Photoshop CS6 Extended will be the only version of Photoshop to have 3D capabilities and will allow designers to create 3D images and logos. The main focus is around performance and usability. Using a 3D layer, designers can change the position, color, material, shadow, and light source of a 3D image.
Photoshop CS6 is set for release around May of 2012 and comes with several new features and a new interface. You can take a look at all the previous sneak peeks from Adobe, which offer more insight into the new Photoshop CS6.Further reading: Adobe, beta, Photoshop