Been a quiet weekend here at Today's Image main headquarters. Spent a bit of time updating the photography software.
Managed to get Photoshop CS6 Beta downloaded and installed on the two main photography computers. Next - after some rather long moments - loaded several "plug-ins" into the new Photoshop program.
Now, CS6 comes in two styles- 32bit and 64 bit. One computer can handle the 64 bit program. However several of the plug-ins only work in 32bit! Thus a choice needs to be made. Work in 64 bit with reduced options or work in 32 bit with full choice of plug-ins, but at a reduced speed.
The other computer only works in 32bit. No choices here - just accept the reduced speed and have use of all the plug-ins.
Finally, after all the installing and loading, managed to edit some images using the new software.
These were taken with the Panasonic DMC G3 camera fitted with a 14-45mm lens. The new software and camera equipment seem to be working well together. Will be purchasing the released CS6 version when the CS6 Beta trial ends.