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Adobe’s newest kid on the block – Photoshop Express

Mon, May 5, 2008

Computing, Digital Camera, Others

Photoshop Express

Has anyone tried their hands yet on Adobe’s new web image-editing tool, Photoshop Express?

I took a test drive and found it stylish, intuitive, social, and equipped with the very necessary image-editing functions. Completely appealing.

Just like Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom, it neatly organizes and tells you in a glance how many photos you have in your library and the respective albums they are in.

Importing my Facebook photos.

Intrigued but skeptical as I am, I logged in to my Facebook account from Photoshop Express, half expecting something totally inconvenient that will prompt me to end my test drive. But I was pleasantly surprised at how easy I was able to access to my photos on Facebook.

I moused over one of my recent favorites to find options to edit, download, or embed it on my blog. Intuitive.

The editing options were less than power-packed, but definitely comprehensive enough for the purpose of image-editing on the web. It’s not meant to replace serious image-editing anyway.

The Gallery is another neat way to share your albums with the community and your friends.

I like the convenience of it all. Definitely worth recommending to your Facebook, Picasa friends.

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