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  1. starling

    Great contest !

    I really hope we see Image Deblurring in Photoshop CS6… the demo they did at the Max Show was amazing !

    They seemed to be hedging their bets in describing how ready it was, but hopefully it makes it anyway.

  2. Clint Fleckenstein

    After Effects is my playground. One thing I’d like to see is Layer Sets in the timeline window just like they’re available in Photoshop. They’ve come a step closer in recent releases by allowing the user to double-click on a nested pre-comp, but it would still be great to give us layer sets that can be twirled open to reveal the individual layers or closed to show the set.

    This wouldn’t just have a great application as far as declutter in the timeline; if one can apply effects or composite modes to a layer set, think of the versatility that could provide!

    Cf

  3. Mohammad Wasiullah

    It is the real best software for photo editing. I need one for my mom’s photos to decorate them because I’ve used many programs but this is easy to use and friendly for users, and has many designs to decorate images.

    I want one licence, thanks, good giveaway.

  4. Mick Gillies

    Would dearly love to win the Photoshop & Premiere Elements 10 so here’s hoping

  5. Sorin Hasegan

    InDesign is my favorite app from Creative Suite.
    In the perspective of Digital Publishing trends I would like to use the existing interactive tools to create PDFs to create folios that can be published to DPS platform.
    Thank you.

  6. Xadi

    Hi,
    Thank you for great giveaway.
    Please include me too.

  7. Eduardo del Mar

    In Premiere Elements 11 I’d like to see more grading possibilities.

  8. Terieron

    In the new edition of Photoshop has seen better gladly would see an extensive database of training & tutorials, based on an interactive online help combined with a built-in wizard of effects, filters, and templates.

  9. Dieki

    In Photoshop CS6 I’d love to see Liquefy taken out of a plugin window and made a real tool. Doing so would allow liquefying while looking at the layer under the layer stack, and would generally be a huge improvement.

  10. ha14

    Photoshop & Premiere Elements 10 is a fantastic tool to view and edit various image forms, also website makers will love to have it. In business field this is important while forwarding and receiving templates. Image life will be easy with the Photoshop & Premiere Elements 10 and Adobe Lightroom 3. Thanks for this opportunity.

  11. Rebecca Gray

    I would love to see the de-blurring tool they just unveiled in Elements 11 or in Lightroom 4. I have just recently fallen in love with Lightroom, it is a wonderful program.

  12. Alex

    of course Premiere and Dreamweaver. I really love this great software!!! thanks for the giveaway and thanks for the chance!!!

  13. I am much interested in Photoshop and there one or two features that will be a great addition to the software for CS6. I think there are old filters that deserve a good makeover… Offset, displacement maps, and custom filter.

    I think a better “automation” engine that people can script easily would also be nice. A bit like “imagemagik” can offer but embedded with PS.

    I think a better “extract filter” would be nice for me as well. Well, for the rest, I cannot think of anything that cannot be done, even with an old CS4. :)

  14. How to activate a Adobe Products ? I don’t know.
    I use Photoshop for 3 years but… trial… trial… and… trial. After 30 days, I can use Camera RAW only…
    Activate Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 with a genuine license for a lifetime? WOW…
    Thank you for this giveaway. Count me in.

  15. Mark Soper

    In Photoshop CS6, I’d really like to see the Photoshop Motion Blur correction feature demonstrated last month, and more photo filter options.

  16. Mike F.

    I’d love to see soft proofing in Lightroom 4.

  17. In Lightroom 4, I’d like to see the possibility to add layers and be able to do soft proofing.

  18. Michel Nadeau

    I would like to see LR4 album creation and soft proofing

  19. The next version of Adobe Illustrator could benefit from more realtime object manipulation, enhanced drawing tablet support, and more speed.

  20. Kevin

    I would love to see:

    1) Premiere Elements 11 – Premiere Pro interface, more export options, and fewer bugs.
    2) Premiere Pro CS6 – More CUDA cards added, mode for FCPX like editing, ability for audio beats to be measured and attached to keyframes for a object, or like this video http://vimeo.com/29906266. Also color match between 2-3 clips easily and automatically.
    3) After Effects CS6 – That amazing, stunning Adobe Max goodness.
    3) Lightroom 4 – Completely satisfied with the program.. Would enjoy networked catalogs.

    More student discounts! ;)

    Thanks

  21. polo

    Photoshop CS6:
    – Too complex, make it simpler.
    – Get rid of layers and layer masks who needs them?
    – Too expensive – the cost has to come down on the full Photoshop.
    – Too many products doing the same thing – simplify the line.

    Photoshop Elements 11:
    – Organizer is too slow – Get rid of it. Bring the Adobe Bridge to Photoshop Elements and Premiere.
    – Give Elements full Adobe Camera Raw (the one now is a stripped-down version).
    – Ability to call ACR directly from the Organizer or the Bridge.
    – Get rid of layers. They add complexity for nothing. Yes, Adobe, there’s life without layers!
    – The user interface is so dark. Giver users options to choose different interface colors.
    – Incorporate Lightroom features in Elements and get rid of Lightroom. Right now it’s like a dangling modifier.
    – Elements welcome screen is disjointed and confusing. Get rid of it.
    – Make Organizer and Editor seamless. Better yet get rid of the Organizer and replace it with the Adobe Bridge.
    – Organizer and Editor need to be seamlessly integrated and need to stop operating as two different programs.
    – Give member Plus benefits for free. Flickr does it.
    – Make it possible to receive the upgrade price when upgrading from Elements to Full Photoshop.
    – Include Puppet Warp.
    – Expand selection same as regular Photoshop.

  22. Kevin

    @ polo

    Total Troll
    -No Layers
    -No interface
    -No LR
    -No Upgrade Price…

  23. Clint Fleckenstein

    polo : Photoshop CS6: – Too complex, make it simpler. – Get rid of layers and layer masks who needs them? – Too expensive – the cost has to come down on the full Photoshop.
    .

    It’s called Photoshop Elements. Download the demo and try it.

  24. Clint Fleckenstein

    I’d like to see the Type tool in Illustrator FINALLY conform to the way the Type tool operates in pretty much EVERY other Adobe program. :)

    Also, a more functional Layers palette would help too – scrolling through pages and pages of paths on a layer is cumbersome.

    I *heart* Adobe products. But there’s always room for subtle improvements.

    Cf

  25. Jennifer

    I would like the patch tool, smart objects & smart filters in PSE 11.

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