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Photoshop CS6 Wows Users With New Interface, Video Editing Tools

(The Adobe logo is displayed on the side of the Adobe Systems headquarters January 15, 2010 in San Jose, California.)

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Software geeks and supermodels, the new Photoshop is here, and you should be very excited.

At least that’s what reviewers are saying about the latest version of the visual editing program from Adobe. With a new dark gray interface, automated image correction, and even a video-editing tool, the designer’s mainstay program has made key improvements to regular features as well as adding new ones. Some reviewers are also talking about the new “content-aware patch,” which allows a user to take an object and move it around in a photo, with the program automatically filling in the space where the object was moved from.

You know what that means—magazine editors and meme-creators will likely use the new Photoshop spectacularly for good and evil.

Perhaps most importantly though, the beta version of Photoshop CS6 is for a limited time, free—far from the $700 price tag of past versions.