Screenshots of NEW Photoshop CS3 Beta Chris Harrison on 12.15.2006 Sorry Mac guys, I’ve only installed this on my PC laptop. The new interface is sweet. Device Central is going to be an awesome development tool to have at a designer’s disposal. read more | digg story Wow, the post made it to the homepage! And it’s had nearly 700 diggs. The other metric that blows me away is 25,735 views of the screenshots. Share this:Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) Related Category: Design, Technology Post navigation Previous: Previous post: Tag, I’m it.Next: Next post: Merry Christmas from PowerServe 5 Replies to “Screenshots of NEW Photoshop CS3 Beta” Yannick 12.15.2006 at 11:43 Yeah Chris it really does look pretty nice. Thanks for sharing those screenshots. Chris Harrison 12.15.2006 at 13:23 No problem at all! I’ve enjoyed playing with the beta so far. There’s been a few hiccups, but all in all it works well. I can’t wait for it to hit Gold Master… It’ll be a sweet release. Aidan L 12.15.2006 at 17:06 It looks pretty nice judging from the screenshots; hopefully it is as good as it looks. Although I don’t know how good CS is let alone CS3 as I am still using Elements 2.0… Nicholas McMillan 12.15.2006 at 17:28 Looks nice. I can’t wait to see what type of influence Adobe has over the functionality of Dreamweaver, Flash and Fireworks when CS3 comes out. The interface on Photoshop CS3 looks much improved from even the changes that were made in CS2. Thanks for the post. Chris Harrison 12.15.2006 at 17:47 @ Aidan L: There is a significant difference between Photoshop Elements and the full version of Photoshop CS/CS2/CS3. So far, it’s been pretty great to work with. I’ve stuck with CS2 for the day because I wasn’t sure how it might affect my existing PSD files, but the experience I have had with it so far has been great. @Nick: It definitely took a play from Dreamweaver in how the Palettes look right now. And in some way, it sort of acts like InDesign’s palettes as well. I love what they’ve done with this, and I’m excited to see how these interface changes will be handled in the rest of the Creative Suite. Comments are closed.