"Dave Story & Kevin Connor Insiders' Look at Photoshop CS3" - Podcast 85


The Adobe Photoshop team was staring into the teeth of a perfect storm when they began the development cycle for CS3. Windows Vista was looming and Apple made a surprise switch to Intel processors. Suddenly, not only did Adobe have to deliver a new version of their venerable photo editing application, they had to completely change the entire development process to do so.

In this interview with Dave Story, Adobe VP of Product Development for Digital Imaging, and Kevin Connor, Senior Director of Digital Imaging Product Management, you will get an insider's look at the development of Photoshop CS3, the thinking behind the Extended Edition, and the directions we'll see Adobe take in the future. This is part one of a two part interview recorded at Adobe headquarters in San Jose, CA.

Monthly Photo Assignment

I also discuss this month's photo assignment, Before & After. Participants will submit two images this month: the original picture right out of the camera, and then the edited picture with all of the adjustments made in post production. You can read more about how to submit on our Submissions page. Deadline for entry is June 30.

Listen to the Podcast

Now that I've piqued your curiosity, it's time to listen to today's audio show titled, "Dave Story & Kevin Connor Insiders' Look at Photoshop CS3." You can download the podcast here (24 minutes). You can also subscribe to the podcast in iTunes

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I liked the interview, Derrick, but felt like the podcast was too short and perhaps you should have included the whole thing. Guess I'd like the shows to be longer in general.

hey, i really like the interviews and find them interisting. About the photo asignment, i thought that u would post a photo for everyone to work on, but having us chose our own photo to submit is great 2. :)