Monday, March 31, 2008

Photoshop Express

This article from CNet notes that Adobe rolled out their brand-new Photoshop Express feature on March 27th. It's seen as a direct response to Google's Picasa application.

This looks way cool to me. I've gone back-and-forth over the years as to whether I should buy Photoshop for my PC at home. Now, there's no need. If you've been looking for a low-cost means to touch-up, correct, re-color, or re-format your digital photos, and/or felt a need to store your current shots off-site, then this is the site for you. "Low-cost" with this application means "free," and off-site storage of 2 GB is available. The site will try & sell more sophisticated products to professional & hardcore amateur enthusiasts, but for people like me (who simply point & click), then the options offered by this site is plenty. The application is also usable via blog owners &

This is a beta version, so there are likely bugs & hassles in there somewhere. CNet offers a fuller review of Express, in case you want more information before taking the plunge.

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