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  1. Chelicera Windsong

    Isn’t it sad that the deblurring feature is only for cloud members? The free membership is just like a free trial so people are really left with only one choice.

  2. Mark

    Just bought a new MacBook Pro (late 2011) running 10.7.3. I have CS3 on my old laptop. What version of CS Design & Web will run on the new Mac?

  3. The de blurring feature is awesome! Very beneficial.

    I advise to get the membership if you don’t already.

  4. Jildou
  5. Gerard

    Deblurring should be directly available to Photoshop users in the next version.

  6. Jeff

    A perfect way to milk more money out of the populace. Create a much needed feature and make it only available in the cloud — not because it makes the deblurring feature any better or more convenient (because it doesn’t), but because it lines the pockets of Adobe execs. Disgusting.

    Most of these cloud services are just a way to put companies in a greater position of power through the control of how we use their software and store our data. Wake up people. We’re being tricked.

    • Hello Jeff, thanks for your thoughts. From what we heard when talking to the lead researcher for Image Deblurring last year, getting it done right is a challenging task and some manual expertise was required to achieve optimal results for unblurring a given photo…

      So, it may not actually be an automatic mechanical feature like we’re used to in Photoshop, but rather a true human-involved service that would come in limited quantity with membership, and make sense as such.

      Regardless, the Creative Cloud is an option rather than a requirement, and if you choose not to sign on for it then you can continue to use your same perpetually-licensed copies of Photoshop forever and they will work as they always have, with the same features they’ve always offered. Similarly Adobe has been clear that you’ll definitely be able to buy new versions of Photoshop with traditional licenses in the future.

      This guide may help for figuring out which works best for any individual customer:

      Adobe CS6 vs. Creative Cloud Comparison: Pros and Cons

  7. BWoo

    This article states that Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen commented on the future deblur feature: “Near the end of the sit-down session (at the 56:27 mark), he dropped a huge hint about what’s happening with Photoshop Image Deblurring.”

    Watching the interview, you will not find any direct statement that reflects the actual possible availability date of the deblur feature. There is generic “cheerleading” in Mr. Narayen’s remarks implying quick release of future features, like deblur, which is to be expected.

    It would be much more clear reporting for you to report that you have no idea, at this time, when the deblur feature will become available to the public.

    • Thanks for your feedback BWoo. Sorry the article wasn’t able to answer all your questions for you. Other Adobe execs have made very similar remarks, so we expect that Photoshop Image Deblurring will be a Creative Cloud feature – but nobody can say for sure when… We think it will be later in 2013, but that is just our educated guess. Hopefully you still were able to take something away here that you weren’t aware of previously.

  8. Arc_Captain

    @ Chelicera Windsong

    The CCM (Creative Cloud Membership) is the best product Adobe has ever created! Think about it: A low monthly operating expense (if you are a CS3 or above license holder $29.99 a month), never having to upgrade again because you’ll always have the latest features as they become available; there has been 12 new features added to Ps alone since its inception. Services like file sharing that allows faster approvals with clients, and easy sharing with others which results in higher productivity. Up to 5 websites hosted for FREE! And all of the CS products that Adobe offers + tools like Lr, Edge & Muse. Not to mention the ability to publish as many apps as you wish to the iTunes store for free via the digital publishing suite.

    I have used Adobe products for years, and now being a member I have access to products I would have never used even though I owned a Master Collection. Its value is way beyond the price!

  9. @BWoo

    Update to this deblur story:

    It now appears that a new Camera Shake Reduction feature for deblurring photos will be included in the next version of Photoshop, which we expect to be announced on May 6th, 2013.

  10. James Klebau

    I have been buying Photo Shop from the early 90’s. I skipped CS 5 and CS 6 and was ready to buy CS7, but to do so means that I am forced to be a subscriber. If this is the way it’s going to be, maybe it will turn out like Apple, which lived in the rarefied air of the mountain top. Then, operating system and portable device competition came into play. Apple has seen its stock hammered over the past two years.

    The bean counters have killed many good businesses. I like Photoshop and hope this will not happen to Adobe. But If this is the way it has to be, I will watch for the anxious PS competition to climb the wall and rescue the abandoned.

    Cheers!
    Jim

  11. John

    WOW, things have really advanced these days!

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