Adobe Creative Cloud gives you an access to the best creative instruments. These are always the latest versions of all applications (CC version), forming a part of Master Collection CS6- Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver Flash, a line of professional applications for work with video, Acrobat XI Professional (the packages Creative Suite include only Acrobat X). Creative Cloud also includes the new instruments, not available in packages Creative Suite before. I got this because its based on working through a specific project/ building, rather than just 'learn every command in way too much detail before you actually do anything' that some textbooks have. It still DOES in my opinion go into more detail than necessary about certain commands that I've never used in the workplace, when it should instead perhaps hurry up and get into some basic skills that everyone DOES need in the workplace. However, relatively speaking it's mostly quite practical.
This tool will speed up the process of all those GIF-based animations that have been populating the web. Puppet Warp will reposition a section of the image simply by setting anchor points and manipulating the section of the image from point-a to point-b. Now you can animate a single image of someone waving or a car driving from one side of the screen to the other, simply by setting the points and using the Move tool to move around the image.
Adobe's Creative Suite and the applications that make it up—Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Premiere, and a host of others—have been staples of many professional toolboxes for almost a decade now. The full suite itself has been available since September of 2003, and Adobe Creative Suite 6 Master Collection of its applications have a history that reach back even further. Today at its MAX conference, however, Adobe announced a major shift in strategy for the software: boxed versions, along with their perpetual licenses, will no longer be available for any Adobe software newer than CS6. Going forward, subscribing to Adobe's Creative Cloud service will be the only way to upgrade your software.
Photoshop Extended users will get an equally quick workflow for adding realistic textures to 3D models. The program comes with a stack of textures, which users can edit and save as their own, as well as create custom textures from scratch and download new ones off the Web. There's also new options for introducing image-based lights for dynamic light sourcing on complex models, shadow capturing, and improved ray tracing. Much like the painting tools, the 3D options are not a full-on replacement for a 3D renderer, but they will do quite admirably for users looking to regularly add 3D pop to their art without having to shell out for a modeling suite.