Adobe Photoshop CS4 Review

September 23, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 17 Comments |

Adobe Photoshop CS4Adobe Photoshop CS4 has just been announced, and we’ve got an in-depth review of all the key new features. Jon Canfield has been testing CS4 out for the past few weeks, putting the latest version of Adobe’s imaging powerhouse through its paces. Find out exactly what Photoshop CS4 has to offer and whether you should upgrade by reading our review.

Website: Adobe Photoshop CS4 Review



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#1 stefan neuweger

the image-links in the article aren't working!

7:22 am - Tuesday, September 23, 2008

#2 Mark Goldstein

They should be fine now...

12:27 pm - Tuesday, September 23, 2008

#3 ian smith

Info on how well CS4 works But Very little on Computer Spec required to run it

10:31 am - Wednesday, October 22, 2008

#4 elwoode

you didnt mention any down side like your favourite plugins you used with CS3 or 2 not working in CS4 - or tht it is harder on your sytem and especially graphics card and crashes more etc.

1:41 pm - Saturday, October 25, 2008

#5 Liam

Still the photoshop franchise continues to soar. I love this little beast, the pro's always outway the negative aspects.

1:55 am - Saturday, November 1, 2008

#6 Rupert Mizon

Great review. An excellent producthas just got much better - more versatile yet more user friendly. Pity our Rand is so weak other wise it would be an instant buy!

8:54 am - Monday, November 3, 2008

#7 Tony Cook

Many thanks for your informative review. It's convinced me!
Tony

6:44 pm - Monday, November 10, 2008

#8 asif

i worked on cs cs2 cs3 now on cs4
cs4 added cool tools and features but the interface is so bad, the colors of the interface,look like that you got problem in your monitor, cs3 interface really cool i hope if they came with cs3 interface

10:12 am - Tuesday, December 2, 2008

#9 meta

Just buy it from amazon, easier than finding it in a store... cheap prices and free shipping ..

8:49 am - Monday, January 5, 2009

#10 Con O' Doherty

Good Overview. More detailed reviews often talk over the heads of prospective customers.
He could mention the additional Bridge features in his conclusion as this could obviate the need for a 2nd cataloguing software and in my case will have made a purchasing decision for me if I can use Keywords in Bridge CS4.

7:01 pm - Tuesday, January 27, 2009

#11 americancitizon@gmail.com

It seems to be useful.Congrats for these informations!

5:56 am - Friday, March 13, 2009

#12 phantom

Photoshop price is so expensive, makes me sick!! That's why so many pirated software, because can not buy the original one.

9:17 am - Friday, March 27, 2009

#13 asif

yeah, if the adobe company would make their prices a bit cheaper, i dont think any one would look for hacked visrions, but their prices is tooooo high, only companies can handle that cash

wish if the can make their prices cheaper then now

11:47 am - Friday, March 27, 2009

#14 phantom

Technology is not for high class only. Developer like Adobe, developer of AUTOCAD, set high price for their product and It's the same as they set their product for middle-high class.

I understand if their product is great, but they should give us a discount, especially for those who has limited budget.

Who should we blame? The developer or the pirater?

1:21 pm - Friday, March 27, 2009

#15 suresh babu

compare to Ps CS3, Ps CS4 is waste to use. its not supporting the fonts(design element fonts)and toggling with more files is difficult in CS4. its irritating the users to handle multiple files. like so many drawbacks are there. its not well featured. So before install the CS4, think twice.

CS3 is good enough. i upgraded the new one. now i dont know how to switch over to CS3. in my team everyone feels the same. when you compare to CS2 to CS3 we liked the features. but compare to CS3 to CS4, features are not well packed.

-S

5:44 am - Thursday, December 10, 2009

#16 Beginner Photographer

I've been using Photoshop for a while now but not to its full capability.

I was suprised to learn that it was used to create a lot of the textures and scenery in Avatar

9:59 am - Saturday, January 30, 2010

#17 Dua Mairaj

Do more like that very nice sharing guys

9:19 am - Saturday, August 13, 2011