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    I am thinking about purchasing CS5, whats the difference between CS4 and upgrading to CS5 for web designers?

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    Bought CS4 as a student (yay discount!), but unfortunately too much time has elapsed for me to afford the upgrade. I wish Adobe would price upgrades without have time limits on them.
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    There are a few changes from what I have seen.

    Extraordinary painting effects

    Achieve natural and realistic painting effects with the Mixer Brush, which offers on-canvas color blending, and Bristle Tips, which let you create lifelike, textured brush strokes.

    Content-Aware Fill

    Remove any image detail or object and watch as Content-Aware Fill magically fills in the space left behind. This breakthrough technology matches lighting, tone, and noise so it looks as if the removed content never existed.


    Puppet Wrap

    Precisely warp or stretch graphics, text, or image elements to create unique new looks for your designs.



    Complex selections made easy

    Select specific areas within an image in fewer clicks. Easily select intricate image elements, such as hair; eliminate background color around selection edges; and automatically vary selection edges and perfect masks using new refinement tools.


    Automatic lens correction

    Save time with automatic correction of lens distortions, chromatic aberration, and vignetting. Photoshop CS5 uses an image file's EXIF data to make precise adjustments based on the type of camera and lens you used.

    New GPU-accelerated features

    Take advantage of GPU-enabled enhancements to everyday tools. Crop with the Rule of Thirds grid; zoom with click-and-scrub functionality; and sample colors with better visualization and the onscreen color picker.

    Easier UI management

    Use the collapsible Workspace Switcher to quickly navigate and choose among favorite UI configurations. Live workspaces automatically record your UI changes so panels will remain in place even if you switch away for a while.

    Those are the majority of the new things all the other stuff is just minor enhancements to existing features.

    I have CS5 but i am also new to adobe products but i am enjoying cs5 a lot. Everything that i have needed for my web-design and more it has been able to do.

    what's new in Photoshop | Adobe Photoshop CS5

    if you want to look into it more

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    I would buy it for the Content Aware feature alone! Its incredible. Definitely worth the money in my opinion!

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    CS4 also has 3D capabilities. Please stop posting nonsense.
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    I use CS5, But before I created design using CS 4. I prefer the 5th version, because it gives more opportunities for professional design


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 207238
    CS4 also has 3D capabilities. Please stop posting nonsense.
    Sorry about that but check this out
    http://www.adobe.com/products/photos...ing-guide.html

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    Yeah - not worth 200 bucks to me to upgrade. Most of those features look like they would be more for photographers.
    Good design should never say "Look at me!"
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    i recently got cs5 after having an older version of photoshop and its great, although it does have its draw backs regarding the creation of rollovers and image rollovers etc

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    which version better cs4 or cs5 ?????
    help ne1


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