According to a blog posting by Adobe employees, the company’s flagship imaging product Creative Suite 3, is set to be announced on March 27th of this year. The new software will introduce a new version of Photoshop as well as include the recently released Photoshop Lightroom.
Most of Creative Suite 3’s features are still under wraps from the public, but experts say that more of Adobe’s products will be geared towards digital photography. Photoshop CS3 is also expected to have deeper support for vector graphics and to continue its close ties with Adobe’s main vector application Illustrator. Global Tech News recently reported that Photoshop will be finding its way online, introducing some of Photoshop’s basic features to online users. Photoshop Online will be free according to Adobe.
Along with the usual host of photo and graphics design applications, Adobe will be introducing a new version of its document creation software InDesign. Adobe hopes that with the new InDesign, current Quark users will be tempted to make the switch.
Lastly, with Creative Suite 3, Intel-based Mac users will finally be able to use Photoshop as well as Adobe’s other major applications in full native mode. Current Intel-based Mac users are stuck with Photoshop CS2 in emulation mode, running on top of Rosetta.
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